One year warranties are a popular feature to add in subcontracts. But according to construction lawyer Craig Martin, a one-year "correction period" may be more effective.
“If a contractor does include a warranty in the contract, it may actually extend the time in which a contractor may be sued,” Craig writes. “Instead of providing a warranty, consider a correction period. You can set a time from during which you will return to the project to correct any problems.”
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