Modern window styles like double-hung and casement windows typically last around 15 years before showing the first signs of problems. High-quality replacement windows can even surpass the 20-year mark with the right amount of care and maintenance. These long lifespans mean your windows can be exposed to a lot of risks and dangers so it pays to have them covered by a good warranty service.
At Renewal by Andersen® of Houston, our replacement windows and doors are protected by a fully transferable limited warranty for as long as the windows last. Should anything happen to your windows as a result of faulty manufacturing or installation, here are a few tips on how you can take advantage of this comprehensive coverage.
Keep Important Documents
Once the windows are installed, you will have a copy of all the details of your products. These include the serial numbers as well as a copy of terms of your warranty. Start a home improvement file with a specific folder for window-related documents to store these important information. If you ever need to make use of the warranty, having the serial number, style, color and other details handy will help make the process faster and easier.
Review the Warranty
There will be circumstances and situations when the warranty might not be applicable. These conditions are often detailed in your copy of the warranty. Take some time to review your warranty to make sure that your window problems fall under the coverage terms.
Consult With a Professional
To get started with a warranty claim, contact the professionals that completed your window replacement. For Renewal by Andersen, this would be your local providers. They will be able to help you start the claim process for your affected windows.
Learn more about the transferable limited lifetime warranty from our window experts at Renewal by Andersen of Houston. Give us a call at (281) 547-6177, or fill out our contact form to schedule a consultation and request a free estimate today. We serve homeowners in Katy as well as other neighboring areas in Texas.