New windows and doors provide a wonderful feeling. But sometimes, not everything works out like we plan. With Milgard windows and doors, you will see that we stand behind our products and workmanship.
MILGARD FULL LIFETIME WARRANTY:
- For as long as you own the home, your Milgard windows and doors are covered, including parts and labor.
- Feel confident that the work will be completed correctly by Milgard factory-trained technicians.
- From a broken seal to leaking skylight, we will repair or replace the damaged products at no charge to you.
- Easy service request process – just call (800-MILGARD) or submit a service request online through Milgard.com. We’ll get right on it.
- Glass breakage coverage for all Tuscany, Ultra, Essence, and Woodclad Series Products. Optional glass breakage coverage available on Style Line Series.
- Simple optional online warranty registration makes it easy to expedite any service needs, should you ever need it, by having all of your product information on record.
- If you sell your home, we’ll automatically extend full warranty coverage for 10 years from the effective date of the original warranty to the successive owners, free of charge.
For detailed information on the Milgard Full Lifetime Warranty compared to other window brands’ limited warranties, continue reading below.
Know the difference between “Limited” and “Full” warranties:
When you invest in new windows and doors, the warranty is an important part of the decision process. Know the differences. The Full Lifetime Warranty from Milgard includes parts and labor for as long as you own and reside in your home.
Frequently Asked Questions about residential consumer warranties:
Q: Is it a “limited” or “full” warranty?
You’ll notice our residential window warranty isn’t a “limited warranty” or a “limited lifetime warranty.” It’s a “Full Lifetime Warranty” for as long as you own and reside in your home. The distinction is that full warranties meet certain federal minimum standards for written warranties on consumer products while limited warranties do not. This means that, among other things, under a full warranty, the warrantor must repair or replace the products at no charge to the consumer, and may only refund the purchase price in fulfillment of the warranty when that’s what the consumer requests.
Q: Are there any labor costs or service fees related to repairing or replacing the product?
Under a limited warranty, the warrantor may charge service costs and fees related to repair or replacement.
Q: Does the warranty offer replacement product at no charge or a full refund if the product cannot be repaired? And who makes the choice whether you receive a replacement or a refund?
Even if parts and labor are provided at no charge under the limited warranty, the limited warrantor may reserve the right to refund the purchase price to the consumer in fulfillment of the warranty rather than making the repairs or replacing the products at no charge.