The CENTURY WARRANTY’S two year craftsmanship warranty and “No Service Charge” feature for Windows and Doors as well as Classic Metal Roofing products assures the Customer will receive the Industry’s most comprehensive workmanship warranty. All material warranties are provided by the manufacturer and are limited to the manufacturers material warranty.

REGISTRATION: No registration is required. Upon installation of your products and payment in full, your product warranty is in full effect. The product manufacturer’s warranty is available upon request.

TRANSFER OF WARRANTY: Some of the products offered by Legacy Remodeling permit the customer to transfer the manufacturer’s material warranty to a subsequent owner. This is determined by the product manufacturer. Legacy’s craftsmanship warranty and no service charge warranties are not transferrable.

Legacy offers a 2 year Craftsmanship warranty on Decks, Kitchen and Bathroom installations and all other installation labor.





VINYL SIDING: The Vinyl Siding installed by Legacy Remodeling offers a Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty. If the products are determined by the product manufacturer to be defective, they will be repaired or replaced at no charge to the customer.

FIBER CEMENT SIDING: The Fiber Cement Siding installed by Legacy Remodeling offers various Limited Transferable Warranties. If the products are determined by the product manufacturer to be defective, they will be repaired or replaced at no charge to the customer.

ROOFING: All Classic Metal Roofing Products installed by Legacy Remodeling include a lifetime material warranty. In addition to this, Legacy offers a lifetime workmanship warranty on the installation of Classic Metal Roofing products.

ENTRY DOORS AND STORM DOORS: The doors that Legacy Remodeling install offer a Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty. Doors are warranted to not shrink, warp, split, crack or delaminate for as long as you own your home. If the products are determined by the product manufacturer to be defective, they will be repaired or replaced at no charge to the customer.

A copy of the Century Warranty is available upon request. Product Warranties are limited to the manufacturer’s warranties. All material warranties are as stated on the Product manufacturer’s warranty. Legacy’s warranties do not cover damage or problems caused by acts of god, weather, fire, structural settling, misuse or abuse or others issues outside of the control of Legacy. Issues of homeowner maintenance such as caulking/sealing, re-nailing, re-screwing, cleaning or adjusting are not warranted.

This warranty does not extend to normal homeowner maintenance of products installed by Legacy Remodeling. Normal homeowner maintenance includes but is not limited to; such items as re-caulking, re-nailing, re-sealing, adjusting, cleaning, etc. Furthermore; damage caused by fire, lightning, tornadoes, floods, other acts of God, civil disorder, vandalism, alteration, war or unreasonable use, abuse, misuse, structural settlements, chemicals and failure to follow instructions are not covered.

Legacy Remodeling reserves the right to inspect any warranty or service claims to assure that this warranty applies. Legacy Remodeling reserves the right to change, discontinue or alter any of its warranties, products or parts at it’s sole discretion without notice. Should a product require replacement due to a warranty claim, a product of equal or better value will be supplied at the sole option of the manufacturer as outlined in the manufacturer’s warranty.

Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.

Do not leave small children unattended when windows are open or unlocked; screens are easily removable from the inside and are not designed as a safety restraint.



Condensation on your glass surface is not a warranty claim. It is a normal process that can be controlled by the homeowner.

Is your glass “sweating” or is water beading or ice forming on the inside surface of your windows? There’s a good chance that what you are seeing is condensation, a sign that there’s excess humidity in your home.

THE CAUSE: Indoor moisture is caused by a variety of factors, including cooking, showering, running dishwashers, storing firewood, pets, fish tanks, plants, clothes dryers, furnace humidifiers and even breathing.

Simply put, when warm moist air comes in contact with a cold surface, condensation has an opportunity to form on the surface. The higher the humidity level in your home, the more likely you may experience condensation on your window or door products. The humidity level that should be maintained in your home varies with the outside temperature. The colder it is outside, the lower the humidity level should be inside your home. The following is a guideline to follow:

Outside Temp
- 20 Degrees
- 10 Degrees 0 Degrees
0 Degrees
+ 10 Degrees
+ 20 Degrees
Relative Humidity
15% or Less
15% to20%
20% to 25%
25% to 30%
30% to 35%

If there is moisture between the glass surfaces, you have a seal failure.