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Warranty your work. #157034 08/03/05 12:02 AM
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For how long do you warranty your work and the product you install?

Edward


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Re: Warranty your work. #157035 08/03/05 07:01 AM
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Ed - We offer the mfg warranty for all materials we supply including labor. If the customer supplies the materials, (mostly ballast's) we offer no warranty, materials or labor.

Re: Warranty your work. #157036 08/06/05 09:58 AM
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We provide a 1 year warranty. If we provide materials, we will take care of the warranty for the materials and labor (so we don't install junk). Any materials provided by the customer are covered by the manufacturers warranty only, although if a failure was our fault, we would cover it.


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