Roofing, siding, and window warranties provide homeowners with assurance against defects and issues related to materials, workmanship, and performance.

The Origin Guarantee

Our Warranties

Manufacturer Warranty

20 to 50 years for material defects.

Labor Warranty

Origin covers workmanship for up to 3 years.

System Warranty

Origin covers your material for up to 3 years.

Limited Warranty

Covers most leaks and repairs.

About Our Warranties

Learn more about warranties provided by our manufacturers. These warranties typically cover a specified period, offering protection and peace of mind for the durability and quality of these essential elements in home construction.



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Asked Questions

What does a typical roofing warranty cover?
Most roofing warranties cover defects in materials and workmanship, offering protection against issues such as leaks, structural problems, and premature wear during a specified period.
Are there any maintenance requirements to keep the siding warranty valid?
Yes, many siding warranties stipulate regular maintenance, such as cleaning and inspections, to ensure the warranty remains valid. Failure to meet these requirements may void the warranty.
How long do window warranties usually last?
Window warranties vary, but they typically last for a specified number of years. They cover defects in materials, craftsmanship, and often include protection against seal failure, hardware issues, and glass breakage.
Can I install a different brand of shingles and still maintain my roofing warranty?
It’s crucial to check the terms of the roofing warranty, as some may specify using only approved materials. Installing a different brand without approval may void the warranty.
What is not covered by most siding warranties?
While specifics can vary, common exclusions from siding warranties include damage caused by improper installation, accidents, extreme weather conditions, or alterations made without manufacturer approval. It’s essential to carefully review the warranty terms for a clear understanding.