I'm a little confused about the tier system for getting warranties on new kitchen cabinets. Some are for a year, then five years, then 10 years, and then lifetime. Any decent set of kitchen cabinets should last ten years. Right? Why would I choose a warranty under ten years?
We shopped solid surface countertops for our Sacramento kitchen remodeling project and it doesn't seem like a do-it-yourself job. The clerk at the home remodeling store said you can crack open a counter with a stress riser. Can you buy countertops with warranties against stress risers?
I have Insulate Industries Vinyl windows installed in 1996 with what I believe is a lifetime warranty. A few windows have moisture between the two panes of glass and I want to know how to get warranty replacement windows/repair of these windows.
I live in rural Oregon. Four roofing companies have come out and given us the once over on our shingle roof. Each recommended different shingles based on our pitch and 3-tab existing shingles. But none of the shingle companies offered warranties on algae damage. I heard we need this, since algae have damaged the roofs all around our neighborhood. Can you suggest a solution for a roof replacement that will last and is worth the effort?