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More stories about Warranties

  • W.A.C. Extends Warranty

    W.A.C. Lighting has extended its product warranty for consumers and end-users to five years, from the previous warranty period of two years. The five-year warranty warrants products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for five years from the date of purchase. It excludes products...

  • Profiting From Allowances

    I don't much like allowances, which let homeowners postpone decisions that really should be made before the project even breaks ground.

  • Letters

    Forming foundation walls; warranty caution; more

  • Who Pays When the Design Doesn't Meet Code?

    Let's suppose you're hired by a local restaurant to build a deck off the dining room so that customers can eat outside and enjoy the view. Your bid comes in at $30,000, and the owner accepts it.

  • Waterproofing ICFs

    Q. Is there a spray-on waterproofing that's compatible with ICF foundations ? that won't "melt" the polystyrene?

  • Ready, Set, Realtor!

    By Wendy Leibowitz. But reaching out to Realtors, building relationships, and rewarding them for their efforts clearly pays off, says Rochelle Barrow, the Realtor relations director for Royce Builders, and Royce has the numbers to prove it. Royce, which expects to close 2,100 homes this year in...

  • Legal: When a Promise Becomes a Warranty

    When does a promise become a warranty?

  • Legal: Trade Standards

    Who decides how good is "good enough"?

  • Choosing Vinyl Windows

    There's more to vinyl windows than meets the eye. Here's an inside look at how they go together - and how you can use them to best advantage.

  • Legal Adviser: Do Your Materials Meet Code?

    Do your building materials meet code?