4 Things Every Good Window Warranty Should Have

A good window warranty gives customers peace of mind if any potential problems or defects come with their windows. It should cover every component of the window product. In this post, Renewal by Andersen® of Houston will discuss four key elements that make up a good window warranty.

Good Window Warranty

1. Transferability

A good window warranty should be transferable to a new owner if you sell your home or business. This will protect the next owner if something goes wrong with the windows. For example, Renewal by Andersen of Houston’s products each has a fully transferable limited warranty. You can highlight this to attract more buyers for your property.

2. Coverage for Different Parts

The best window warranties provide coverage for all parts of the windows, including glass, frames and seals. This ensures you’re not liable for problematic window components upon delivery or installation. That said, Renewal by Andersen products each has a full limited warranty for glass, labor, and other window parts, making it a leading guarantee in the industry.

3. Duration of Coverage

When selecting a window warranty, it’s important to know how long the coverage will last. The best warranties offer coverage for at least 10 years, but some can go up to 20 or even a lifetime. With Renewal by Andersen products, you get a guaranteed 20-year limited warranty for glass, a two-year limited warranty on labor, and a 10-year warranty for frames and other components.

4. Price

Finally, it’s important to consider the price of a window warranty when selecting one. Many companies offer competitive rates and discounts, so be sure to shop around and compare prices before making your decision.

Renewal by Andersen of Houston is a leader in window manufacturing and replacement services and the warranties it offers for customers. Our Fibrex®, High Performance™ Low-E4®, PassiveSun® and other products are covered under our 20-year warranties. Call us at (281) 547-6177 or fill out this contact form to get an estimate for your upcoming window replacement.