MAPLEVILLES CABINETRY PRODUCTS
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE
Maplevilles Product is warranted to the original purchaser for one (1) year from the date of original purchase or as long as the original purchasing consumer owns the home, whichever is less.
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
Warranty does not cover problems caused by improper installation of cabinets, or added cabinetwork. Warranty does not cover any product used or installed in connection with cabinets, such as appliances, countertops, plumbing fixtures or electrical fixtures. Warranty does not cover damage caused by transportation storage or exposure to excessive temperatures or to defects from misuse, neglect, accidents, alterations, any improper use or care or failure to maintain cabinets. No installer, dealer, retailer, subcontractor, agent or employee of Maplevilles Product has the authority to alter the obligations or limitations of Maplevilles Product warranty. Warranty is not transferable.
*For Damaged items and shipping issues see return policy*
Because no two trees are alike there are natural variations in color, grain, mineral streaks and knots are not considered defects. Painted products, glazed or rub-thru product with normal aging, will show uneven hang-up on profiled edges, rag marks, glaze hang-up around natural characteristics in the wood, the patina will vary in severity within individual doors. Expansion and contraction due to climate changes in the painted wood surface will cause fractures in the paint surface at joints (stile and rails). New and or used cabinets may not match display samples and/or existing cabinets. Such variations are not considered defects. Defective parts will be repaired or replaced by Maplevilles Products at its sole discretion.
Wood By nature will undergo expansion and contraction movement year after year as it adjust to the changing atmospheric humidity and temperature changes. as such, stress lines may become visible on painted cabinets especially at the joints, any such incidence is not considered a defect
WARRANTOR SHALL IN NO CASE BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INDIRECT OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE, INSTALLATION, PERFORMANCE OR FAILURE OF ITS PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow exclusion of limitation for incidental and consequential damages. Check with your state for your specific legal rights. Warranty claims should be submitted to: