Woodharbor, Inc. provides to the original homeowner purchaser, a 100 Year Cabinetry Warranty against defects in workmanship and materials subject to the exclusions and limitations noted below. This warranty applies only to the original homeowner purchaser for as long as they own and reside in the residential structure in which the cabinetry was originally installed. The Woodharbor warranty is non-transferable.
The Woodharbor 100 Year warranty (subject to the terms and conditions, exclusions, limitations and disclaimers noted below) covers all standard Woodharbor products and standard wood/finish combinations in the Woodharbor Cabinetry Catalog.
The Woodharbor 100 Year Warranty does not cover defects or damage that are not directly or primarily the result of Woodharbor's design or construction. The warranty does not cover damage caused by others or beyond the control of Woodharbor including but not limited to damage caused by misuse, abuse, accident, neglect, alteration, mishandling, improper installation, improper storage, failure to provide reasonable/necessary maintenance or by fire, flood, earthquake, tornado or other acts of nature. Woodharbor is not liable for damages suffered due to delay/failure of delivery when causes are beyond Woodharbor's control such as acts of nature, accidents, shortage of labor and/or raw materials, etc.
In addition, the following are excluded or limited in some way from the Woodharbor 100 Year Warranty;
If warranted products are found to contain defects covered under this limited warranty, Woodharbor may, at its sole option, either;
(1) repair the individual cabinet(s) at no charge, (2) replace the individual cabinet(s) at no charge, or (3) refund the net purchase price of the individual cabinet(s) to the dealer. In no event shall Woodharbor pay for or be held liable for the cost of labor, installation and touch-up of the replacement products or the original products or for any other cost (indirect, consequential or incidental) related to the replacement of products, all of which would be the responsibility of the person making the claim.
If, upon receipt of a shipment, any product is found to have a defect which can be reasonably discovered upon inspection of the product
(upon delivery, all products should have the packing removed and should be inspected for defects or damage - any defects or damage must be noted on the shipping documents before the driver leaves. If cabinetry must be stored, it should be covered and stored in a humidity/temperature controlled environment away from direct sunlight.) and prior to installation and within 30 days of the delivery date, must send written notice of the defect/damage to Woodharbor, Inc. If a defect is discovered after installation, written notice of the defect must be sent to your Woodharbor Cabinetry Dealer. For a claim to be honored, the claimant must provide information/evidence reasonably required by your Dealer or Woodharbor, and if requested, must permit inspection of the product at the premises. Buyer (dealer) or homeowner purchaser shall not return any goods to Woodharbor or begin repair until Woodharbor has been provided reasonable opportunity to inspect the goods at the premises. Woodharbor shall not be responsible for any products returned, repaired or replaced without prior written consent from Woodharbor, Inc.
Woodharbor expressly disclaims and excludes all other warranties, expressed or implied, including the warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. And Woodharbor neither assumes nor authorizes any other person (employee, representative, etc.) to assume or incur on behalf of Woodharbor any liability, obligation or responsibility in place of this warranty. The Buyer/Homeowner Purchaser hereby waives all other remedies, warranties, guarantees or liabilities (expressed or implied) arising by law or otherwise, including without limitation, actions for consequential, incidental or punitive damages of any kind.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. Some states do not allow the exclusion/limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.