A new residential roof is a major investment that any homeowner expects to last. Fortunately, new roofs come with a valid warranty that most people would disregard without a second thought.
However, it’s essential in protecting you and your home from any defects in both materials and installation that can cost you more in the end. The warranty is designed to correct any problems from those defects without requiring you to spend more money.
While it’s better if your roofing warranty never needs to be used, some unknown circumstances can always happen. The last thing any homeowner needs is to submit a claim only to find their warranty null and void. Here are the following steps you can take to keep your warranty valid.