Yes, you may choose to register your warranty online. We offer an optional online registration process to help you with record-keeping, but it is not required. Registering your warranty online may help with processing a warranty claim in the future. Failure to register your warranty online does not diminish your warranty rights. Additionally, registering your […]
Fade is warrantied on Ultra, Prime, and Standard product models. Fade is not warrantied on thrifty panels. Remember, your metal roof is going to be exposed to years of harsh sun and elements. Eventually, the elements will affect your paint finish by either making it a lighter shade (fading), or causing it to become less […]
Adhesion means the paint we apply to your metal panels is going to stick to the steel core. Central States warrants that the color-coated finish applied to our steel roofing and siding panels will not crack, check, peel, or lose adhesion. This does not include minute fracturing, which may occur in proper fabrication of the […]
If replacing only part of your roof, you should not mix fanfold insulation and DripX. These products are not the same and serve different purposes. Fanfold is a type of foam insulation often used under siding. There should not be any issues installing metal panels over fanfold, however you may need an additional vapor barrier. […]
Maybe. Warranties are not valid on properties located 1,500 or fewer feet from a salt water environment. Central States does not warrant or guarantee claims arising from damage to panels due to exposure to salt and salt water, water spray, corrosive or harmful chemicals (whether solids, liquids or gases), airborne containments, hail, or other agents […]
It sounds like your contractor may have improperly cut your panels during installation. Steel shavings or particles from sawing sparks may become embedded in the painted surface if your contractor uses a saw to cut your material and does not brush away the metal shavings.
No, the warranty does not cover installation. Our warranty covers the finish of the paint and the rust-blocking substrate that covers the steel core. If you have an installation issue, including leaking or aesthetics, please contact your installer to ask about their installation warranty.
No, warranties are non-transferable. They are issued to the original purchaser of the metal roof or siding. Once they have been registered, they are not transferable. In the case of a builder and new construction, the builder can sell the home within one year of installation and the warranty will transfer to the new buyer.
Generally, no. Warranties are are issued to the original purchaser of the metal roof or siding and are non-transferable. In the case of a builder and new construction, the builder can sell the home within one year of installation and the warranty will transfer to the new buyer.
After your metal roofing or siding has been installed, your contractor should provide you with a warranty. If they have not filled it out, you may have to ask for the Central States order number. The order number may also be found on the material packaging or order verification paperwork. The Central States order number […]
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