Everyone wants to have peace of mind when it comes to a sizeable investment, so it comes as no surprise that when you are planning a roof installation project, you need to understand what the warranty means. Often the difference in price between a “sounds-too-good-to-be-true” quote and a higher one is how much the roofing company stands behind their work. A new company or one in financial trouble because of poor workmanship is unlikely to offer you more than the manufacturer warranty, and that might not be worth as much as you think either.
The most important thing to remember is that choosing a roofing material for your roof installation based on the manufacturer warranty without considering the integrity and workmanship of the installer is a bad idea. If your roof fails and it was directly attributed to a faulty installation, the manufacturer’s warranty will not cover the new materials. They only cover roofing material defects– not roof installation defects. It is important to understand the manufacturer warranty, as they can vary widely. Some cover only the materials, while others will also cover the labor if the materials were defective.
Here at Race City Roofing, we always take the time to go over the warranty that comes with your roof installation. We were one of the first roofing contractors to offer a lifetime labor warranty, and very few contractors offer that extensive of a warranty on your roof. We have more than 20 years of experience, so you can have peace of mind knowing that your job will be done right and we will be there to back it up with our warranty and reputation.