All shutter warranties will have their own fine print, so be sure to check with your retailer if this is of concern. For the purposes of this article, we will share just a few of the nuances for the line we carry. A warranty might include provisions like:
- Only applies to the original purchaser - non-transferable.
- Only applies if properly installed without modification.
- Only applies to issues with the shutter itself, not incidental or coincidental damage.
- Only allows for repair or replacement of the shutter - no other remedy is offered.
- Only covers the cost of the product, not the cost of shipping or labor for warranty items.
- Only applies to internal use - any misuse is not covered.
There are many other items in the fine print, which will be discussed in a subsequent blog post. This is really just an introduction to how a shutter warranty is applied, and we hope it helps you better understand what you should expect should you encounter any issues with your plantation shutters.
Of course, we would love to help you with your shutter project. Also, check out our online shutter cost calculator for a rough idea of what new shutters might cost.