Lifetime Workmanship & Manufacturer Warranties
Industry Leading Lifetime Warranty
At Soltera, we proudly stand behind our products and services as some of the best in the industry. We back those claims by outstanding warranties on all products and services that we achieve by partnering with some of the best manufacturers in the business.
Our dedication to customer service doesn’t stop after we’ve finished the job. Every roofing job comes with a Lifetime materials and labor warranty from the manufacturer. We are also so confident in our work that we offer a lifetime warranty on our workmanship. This gives you that extra piece of mind and one less thing to worry about in this crazy world.
Frequently Asked Questions
As part of our white glove service, our inhouse administrator registers your warranty that is specific to your roofing job and your house.
YES! The manufacturer's warranty is one-time transferable.
No. Proper installation from a reputable solar team ensures your roof is protected and secure— never voiding your warranties.
Unfortunately no. Our warranty covers the products that we install and certifies that we installed them correctly. If you suffer from new storm damage then this would not be covered under the warranty. But, give us a call and we can help you through the claims process.
YES! Most homeowners insurance policies will cover almost all the costs associated with a full roofing or siding replacement. Reach out to one of our representatives today to see how we can help you navigate the claims process.
There is a reasonable time frame that you are able to report an insurance claim. Call our team today to see how we can help with your situation.
It is not like car insurance where you can be at fault. Storms are acts of God and definitely not your fault. Your rates will actually increase whether you file a claim or not. When there is a big storm in your area, your insurance carrier will actually raise all the rates for the homeowners in this area just in case people file claims. If you look at your past insurance renewals, the rates have actually increased over the past several years and you haven’t even filed a claim.