Grumpy, Then I have been lied to by a "trusted" attorney.
I have placed liens and never sen the court room. Has he ever placed a lien? Perhaps when he said that "you have to go to court" what he meant was "he has to go to the court house and see the county clerk."AaronB. said:Grumpy, Then I have been lied to by a "trusted" attorney.
What Aaron said is exactly the reason this clause exists. I will NOT be responsible for damage caused by others. This includes anyone. My warranty covers repairs of my fault only. Why would I warrant someone elses mistake?AaronB. said:but you would think diferently if you had to deal with the jackleg satellite installers or HVAC contractors, etc, who have no regard for those having to be responsible for water infiltration.
I don't know who you think you are AaronB but I have over 30 years experience in construction and handling people and contractors. What I said was IF you do not state that in your contract it will not help you to threaten a homeowner with it! And it is garbage. So what you are saying with your smart attitude is if a satellite installer installs their product and causes a roof leak then your warranty for your work is null and void. Give me a break. You should get some experience in talking to others on the internet without an attitude like you have. People are here looking for help not a smart mouth. Also try getting spell check so you look like you at least graduated high school.AaronB. said:Gunn Conn, you think the clause on anybody else touching your roof voiding the warranty is garbage, but you would think diferently if you had to deal with the jackleg satellite installers or HVAC contractors, etc, who have no regard for those having to be responsible for water infiltration. Get some expeerience with these sort of things beore you pass judgement.