We provide two types of warranties: a manufacturer’s warranty and roofing contractor’s workmanship warranty. The manufacturer’s warranty is a certificate from the shingle manufacturer stating their level of coverage if there happens to be a defect. Make sure to read the fine print since these warranties are usually prorated after 10- 15 years and sometimes do not cover labor. Manufacturing defects aren’t common, so this is not the most important warranty to evaluate. Note that the manufacturer’s warranty can be voided if shingles are not installed according to the manufacturer’s specifications.
The roofing contractor’s workmanship warranty covers poor installation techniques that cause leaking. It is the most important of the two because it covers issues that are far more common. If you are not happy with your roof installation, the roofing contractor will come back and make the repairs, not the shingle manufacturer.
View more details about our warranties on our Roofing Warranty page.