Porcher warrants this product to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for as long as the original consumer purchaser owns their home.
Porcher will provide, free of change, at it's sole option, replacement part(s) or product (or if no longer available, a comparable product) to replace those which have proven defective in materials or workmanship.
Proof of purchase (original sales receipt) from original consumer purchaser must be made available to Porcher for all limited warranty claims. This limited warranty is non transferable. It does not apply in the event of product damage due to the use of other than genuine Porcher replacement parts, installation error, abuse, misuse, or improper care and maintenance (whether performed by a plumber, contractor, service provider or member of the purchaser's household). The limited warranty excludes damage due to aggressive air or water conditions, or harsh or abrasive cleaners and/or materials. This limited warranty excludes all industrial, commercial, and business usage, whose purchasers are hereby extended a two year limited warranty (with the exception of solenoid valves and other electronic components which carry a one year limited warranty) applying to all other terms of this limited warranty replacement, nor incidental or consequential damages, all of which are expressly disclaimed. This limited warranty is applicable only to Porcher faucets manufactured after June 1, 2001 and installed in the United States and/or Canada.
This limited warranty gives original consumer purchaser of an Porcher facuet specific legal rights which may vary from state to state or from province to province. This limited warranty does not cover any liability of consequential or incidental damages, all of which are hereby expressly disclaimed, or the extension beyond the duration of this limited warranty of any implied limited warranties, including those of merchantability or fitness for an intended purpose. In some states or provinces the exclusion of limitation of incidental or consequential damages is not allowed, so those exclusions may not apply to you.