The RESINATING® 20-Year Warranty
RESINATING LLC® is pleased to be able to offer a 20-year Limited Warranty to its customers on each RESINATING Solution installed by RESINATING LLC itself or by an Authorized RESINATING Installer.
RESINATING LLC is able to offer this Warranty on its RESINATING Solutions due to many factors:
- The inherent structural strength of RESINATING Fiberglass Expansion Liners resulting from the proven capability of its manufacturing process,
- The lack of porosity associated with RESINATING’S fiberglass,
- The inability of chemical or biological contaminants to cause any damage to a RESINATING product, and
- The strength of the proprietary bonding agents used to secure each RESINATING Solution in place.
It is also worth noting that in addition to this Warranty, because of the qualities listed above, the expected useful life of a RESINATING Solution is in the range of 100 years or longer. Clearly, a RESINATING Solution is a good investment for any municipality to make with total confidence.
The only major proviso to this Limited Warranty is that it does not cover any damage to a RESINATING Solution due to movements of the earth whether those movements are caused by an earthquake, a landslide, a sinkhole, an explosion, an act of war or terrorism, vandalism or any other external force causing the RESINATING Solution to fail. Under the warranty, RESINATING will repair or replace any failing component of a RESINATING Solution.
It should be noted, however, that while we offer this standard 20-year Warranty in response to a Bid Solicitation, if a potential customer’s Bid Specification states that the warranty requirement, if any, for a bid is either lesser than or greater than Resinating LLC’s standard 20-year Warranty Period, Resinating, at its sole discretion, may revise the Warranty Period to better conform to that warranty requirement in a bid submitted in response to that Bid Specification so that Bidders submitting bids based on a Resinating Solution can maximize their competitiveness consistent with the requirements of the Bid Specification issued by their potential customer.