When you invest in a frameless glass shower enclosure from Dulles Glass & Mirror, you're getting a high-performing, long-lasting product expertly constructed of the best materials available, and we're proud to back that up with a warranty you can rely on.
Dulles Glass & Mirror guarantees all of its sales and installations, and will repair or replace any faulty glass or hardware for a period of three (3) years from the date of installation.
This includes service for caulking, leaking, squeaking, and sagging of any shower installation that we have performed.
If we make repairs to your product within the 3-year warranty, your warranty will continue to remain in effect for its original duration. The repairs themselves will have a 90-day warranty, so if something goes wrong with a repair within 90 days, we will repair it free of charge.
When it comes to hardware, Dulles Glass & Mirror is proud to work with two of the best manufacturers in the business: Troy Systems and C.R. Laurence Company.
We at Dulles Glass & Mirror are proud to stand behind the quality of Troy Systems' products – so much so that we cover all their hardware against material defects and substandard workmanship for a period of three years after the initial purchase. During this time, you'll deal directly with us should any problems occur, and we will happily replace any defective products.
Hardware manufactured by C.R. Laurence is also covered by a full, 3-year warranty. The first year is offered through Dulles Glass & Mirror; the next two years are offered directly through C.R. Laurence.
Acrylic sweeps, seals, and doorstops are covered for a period of one (1) year from the time of installation. Keep in mind that replacement of these materials is considered routine maintenance of the glass shower door and needs to be done periodically; therefore they are considered the owner's responsibility after the initial warranty has expired. These materials are readily available for purchase from Dulles Glass & Mirror, and are easily replaced by the homeowner.
Last Update: February 8, 2016