The Above constitutes the complete warranty by Fence-All. No other agreement, written or implied, is valid. Fence-All does not authorize any other person or agent to make any other express warranties.
Examples that void the warranty
Our warranties are designed to cover “intended use.” For instance, a fence may be intended for use as a boundary marker, for privacy, for security, or for decorative purposes. Below are some examples that do not fall into the category of “intended use.”
Anything attaching to the fence
The most common problem we see with fences is people attaching backyard accessories to the fence. Additional weight pulling on the frame or posts can cause unexpected damage that is not covered under warranty.
Canoes, garden trellis, bike racks, pool covers, planter boxes. Any sort of custom contouring that attaches to the fence.
Anything growing into the fence
What might be unnoticeable at first could become a problem in the long term.
Trees, hedges, and shrubs.
Anything touching the bottom of the fence
By this, we mean landscape modifications intended to fill in gaps underneath the fence. They can cause heaving damage after the winter season.
Fence panels installed (by request) below the grade, lowering the fence afterwards, soil or riverstone fill that contacts the bottom of the fence.
Anything that impacts the fence
By this, we mean episodes and accidents that cause a collision with the fence.
Driving into the fence, a barbecue heated next to the fence, lawn mower/weed whacker damage, golf ball or baseball impacts, snow piled up against the fence.
Any painting or refinishing
Modifications to a fence, including painting and refinishing, void the warranty.