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San Diego Cabinets warrants its cabinetry products to the original consumer purchaser to be free from all defects in workmanship and material under normal use for one year from the original date of purchase by the original consumer purchaser (“the Warranty Period”). “Covered Products” under this warranty includes cabinet boxes, doors, drawers, shelves and accessories that are supplied and sold by San Diego Cabinets. Any accessories or other products, sold with or as part of any covered products that were not supplied and sold by San Diego Cabinets, are expressly excluded from the definition of “Covered Products” and coverage by this limited warranty. San Diego Cabinets will repair or replace defective Covered Products free of charge during the Warranty Period so long as the original consumer purchaser contacts San Diego Cabinets, in writing, within the Warranty Period. The writing must include a description of the alleged defect and the date and place of purchase of the product. This warranty does not cover misuse, abuse, improper storage, or neglect. Additionally, this warranty does not cover wear or deterioration that results from the natural aging of the Covered Products including the following: expansion or contraction of joints, discoloration such as lightening or darkening of the finish and variations in grain patterns and textures. This warranty does not cover damage caused by contact with harmful chemicals. Warranty repairs and replacements may require up to 6 weeks for replacement parts. San Diego Cabinets will not assume or authorize any person to assume for us, any liability in connection with the sale of any of Excel Cabinet’s Covered Products. San Diego Cabinets reserves the right to change design, specification, and materials as conditions require and as improvements are developed. The manufacturer/supplier has no obligation to incorporate such changes into products previously supplied. San Diego Cabinets makes no other warranties, expressed or implied, including implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
Written warranty claims should be mailed to: