Our employees Jake and Paul installing new siding on a house
What exactly does that mean? Simply put, your project will be designed, assembled and installed according to time tested practices that have stood the test of time. All trades and professions have what's known as "Best practices" which have evolved over time to meet the demands of today's extreme weather conditions. It all starts with the proper design which has distinct elements. The first is the "Scope of Work" or what parts of your building should be included to maximize performance. The second element is "Specifications" which identifies how everything will be assembled. The third element is the selection of appropriate materials based on the needs of the project and the customer's level of investment and sense of aesthetics are.Here we may have a certain range of material choices.
In most cases, we can provide a "Good, Better, Best" product selection but all will meet a minimum threshold of performance and compatibility. The final element is how everything will be installed and by whom. The installer's training and skills are critical to the performance and longevity. Featured in the backdrop is Paul, right, a Sprague craftsman and trainer of 28 years who trained Jake ,left, 18 years ago. That investment in training insures that your project will be BUILT TO LAST.
If done right the first time, there is an extremely low risk of future problems. As a result we can provide the following warranty with great confidence that you'll never have to use the warranty
Our warranty has real teeth and is clean of many of the common exclusions. The warranty guarantees that the work will be properly installed for an unlimited time for any product and for an unlimited number of owners. So this coverage can always be transferred to an unlimited number of owners.
That's right, we ensure that our work will be properly installed and that the materials or system that we installed will never fail prematurely because of faulty workmanship
Plus you'll receive "The Proactive Routine Inspections" (Absolutely Free)..What Exactly does this mean?
We will perform inspections over the life of the product or system to ensure that Mother Nature has not caused damage from her destructive forces. This is particularly important now as our New England storms have been intensifying in their force and frequency at an alarming rate. It's sometimes called "global weirding". These inspections often times will prevent a Small problem from becoming a Big Headache, eliminating something that could have prevented had it been caught earlier on. This is also a condition of the warranty so be sure to be available for these important inspections.
Note: This warranty does not cover: