Make sure the sunroom dealer offers a Manufacturer’s Warranty and a Service Warranty. A warranty should cover the parts used in the installation for several years. Labor guarantees should cover at least the first year. A manufacturer’s warranty may be separate from the dealer’s service warranty.

Look for a company who stands behind their products and installations. Choose a dealer who uses their own crews of factory trained employees and not subcontractors. Be sure there is a parts warranty that is backed by a reputable manufacturer.

A Warranty You Can Count On

A warranty is only as good as the company who stands behind it. You need to be able to count on the manufacturer to be in business if you ever need warranty service on your sunroom. Visit the manufacturer’s website to find out how long they have been in business, and whether they have a long-term, exclusive agreement with the dealer in your area. A good strong relationship between the manufacturer and the company who installs your sunroom usually means better service and installation.

"We really enjoy the peace and quiet of our sunroom. It's wonderful to be able to look out at the birds, deer, and fox from the comfort of our sunroom."

John D.
Janesville, WI

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