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Q: Is there a warranty through McQuagge Electric Company?
A: Yes, McQuagge Electric gives a 5 Year warranty on craftsmanship. Craftsmanship is the degree of skill with which a product is made or a job done. McQuagge Electric Company shall determine if said item complies with product installation and NEC code. 


Q: What is covered by the 5 Year Warranty? 

A: The 5 Year warranty covers: 

  •  Labor and material installation.
  •  ​Starts at completion of project.


Q: What is not covered by the 5 year Warranty?

A: The 5 Year warranty does not cover:

  • Failure caused by any act of God or external cause including without limitations, fire, theft, freezing, heat, war, lighting, earthquakes, windstorm, hail, water, tornado, hurricane, or any other matters which are reasonably beyond McQuagge Electric Company control.
  • Failure due to normal wear and tear, accident, misuse, abuse, neglect, modification or alternation by others, or rodent and or insect infestation. 
  • Light bulb, lamp, batteries, fuses and any related labor.


Q: Does McQuagge Electric Company give a warranty on equipment.
A: No, McQuagge Electric Company does not provide a warranty on equipment. The           manufacture of the equipment may provide a warranty. 

Q: Does McQuagge Electric Company provide a warranty on material?
A: No, during installation we will check for manufacture defects and verify that there are no     visual signs of damage. During final inspection, basic testing will be done to detect any     unseen  defects.


Q: Why do I have to sign a proposal that shows a troubleshoot fee, that I might have to pay, before the technician starts on a warranty call. I called the Manufacture and they said the item is a warranty covered item. 

A: The item maybe a warranty covered item but the way it failed may not. Improper installations, lack of maintenance, and damage outside the warranty scope. Manufactures require us to check these items for warranty compliance and we also have to send some parts off for testing. Until we get those results it is undetermined if warranty will cover it. The manufacture does not pay on Non warranty issues and payment is require for non warranty covered services . This up front clarification of charges allows both parties to agree on the process to completion.


Q: Why do I have to sign a proposal that shows a troubleshoot fee, that I might have to pay, before the technician starts on a warranty call. I had McQuagge Electric Company install the item.
A: Customer supplied items are not covered under McQuagge Electric Company warranty. During installation we do check customer supplied items for visual damage and we test after installation is complete for operation. The install is a warranty covered item. The item is not covered, examples: Lights, wire, receptacles and ect... McQuagge Electric Company requires these items to be check for warranty compliance and if warranty will cover it. Payment is require for our service if not covered under warranty. This up front clarification of charges allows both parties to agree on the process to completion.

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