Rest Assured When Getting Warranty Information
Repairing or restoring your home after a disaster can be quite the worrisome task. You need to the job to be done quickly and with quality workmanship. You certainly don’t want the additional headache of sorting out where else you would live long-term. So how do you trust that your home will be back to normal in no time, while at the same time you are expected to work with an insurance-suggested vendor?
If your insurance coverage in St. Catharines and the surrounding area refers you to us, we’ve got you covered with confidence in both the quality of our work and the warranty we provide to you.
The Need for a Warranty After Restoring Your House
Let's begin with the most natural question: why you need a warranty on your home repairs in the first place? To answer that question, let's imagine a hypothetical scenario:
After bad rains in the Niagara Region (which we’ve just recently experienced), your home has unfortunately been flooded. You need it pumped out as soon as possible, but beyond this immediate need it has left behind significant water damage on your walls and flooring. Worst of all, you're not even sure where the water came in and are worried it might happen again.
You call your insurance company, who advises that you have the correct coverage and can take care of the repairs. You agree to go ahead with their preferred vendor because you need the fix to be done quickly. But, in addition to getting it done fast, how do you know the repairs will be completed correctly?
That's where a warranty enters the equation! It's a good idea for all types of home repairs, but makes even more sense in the disaster recovery scenario mentioned above.
How Do You Know What's Covered in the Warranty?
The word 'warranty', of course, doesn't tend to be enough. Too many of those come with clauses and small prints that you might not ever learn about.
If the home insurance you work with lets you select your own vendor, great. From the moment you start searching, you can make sure that every restoration company on your short list offers a warranty.
You need to know how to ask the right questions as well. Some contractors don't want to give out this type of information, which can be a red flag in itself. Ask specifically about how the work is covered, what might be exceptions to that rule, how long the warranty will last, and how you can make a claim against it should something go wrong.
How Miller DKI Protects Your Home Through Warranty and Quality
When you work with Miller DKI, you can have peace of mind knowing the job we do will come with a warranty. That's because we offer a two-year warranty on all of our repair and restoration projects, striving to give all of our customers the peace of mind they need to know that the work will be done right.
That warranty applies across the board, whether we're restoring your entire basement or just fixing a small mould issue. After all, each of these projects deserves all of the attention it can get. This is your home we're talking about, and you need to live in a home that is safe and can protect you at all times.
Here at Miller, we know that our quality of work will speak for itself. That doesn't mean, of course, that you shouldn't inquire about it. We'd be happy to speak with you about the details, making sure that you know everything you need before we come in to complete the job.
We're here to solve problems, not to make things more complicated. That's how we've built our company, and that's how we build our warranty policy. It's designed to make sure that you come away with the same feeling we have: a believer in our work, confident the job was done right.
Taking the Next Step Through Insurance Coverage in St. Catharines
Miller DKI works in unison with your insurer and we make ourselves available to quell any of your homeowner concerns that arise.
The right companies won't be annoyed or offended. They know you're just seeking peace of mind, and we will be happy to help you find it. We get questions about our warranty often, and happily answer every question that comes our way honestly and to the best of our abilities.
Especially as we're entering the end of summer and moving towards colder (and wet) months, knowing what information you need about potential home restoration ahead of time is crucial. Why not keep our number on your fridge or stored in your phone!
Contact us to get the information you need in order to confidently hire Miller DKI. Of course, you can always browse our website to learn more about our services and experience. Most importantly, though, don't be afraid to ask questions!