No matter how you order from us, email, website, phone, carrier pigeon, or snail mail, our standards at Lake Street Home are the same and apply to you, your order, and the shipment. By placing your order with LakeStreetHome.com, you accept them. Unfortunately, any variation of these standards will not be accepted. All of our standards are subject to change without notice at anytime.
All flooring, vanities, cabinets, and accessories we carry are of first-class quality and are backed with the original manufacturer warranty. There are no warranties are offered by Lake Street Home on any labor or product. All warranty related issues will be forwarded directly to the manufacturer.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us immediately for a timely resolution.
Lake Street Home warrants to the original purchaser that all cabinets, door hinges, and drawer glides will be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service. This warranty is not transferable and only applicable to product used for residential purposes. Representatives of Lake Street Home do not have the authority to change or enlarge this warranty.
This warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, damage or defects caused by accidents, misuse, abuse, or lack of necessary maintenance; nor does it cover alteration, modification, improper installation, improper handling/storage, environmental conditions, nor any labor expenses.
Lake Street Home, at our discretion, may elect to repair or replace warrantied products with a functionally equivalent product covered by this warranty. Some replacement parts are subject to availability and may differ from original parts received. Return of defective product may be required for a replacement to be issued. Repair parts or replacement parts are at the expense of Lake Street Home but customer shall bear all other expenses. These expenses may include, but are not limited to, cost of removal and re-installation of product, labor expenses, etc.
This warranty is valid only in the United States of America and is not transferable. All implied warranties are limited in duration to the shorter of the period provided by law or the period of this warranty. To the extent permitted by law, this warranty excludes special, incidental, or consequential damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations of incidental or consequential damages or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights; you may have other rights which vary from state to state. Report in writing, all defects claimed and include proof of purchase documentation.
Vanity and Cabinet Warranties
In addition to the above, the follow applies to Cabinet and Vanity purchases. Just as no two trees are alike, no two pieces of wood are alike and the same goes for solid surfaces (Marble, Granite and Quartz). The variation in color and grain pattern in wood adds to its natural beauty and is not considered an imperfection. Environmental factors, including but not limited to artificial / natural light, moisture, cleaners, smoke, etc. may cause the darkening or mellowing of a cabinet over time. This is a natural process and can be expected. This warranty does not cover the natural aging or darkening / yellowing of wood color, the inherent growth characteristics of, or variation in wood.
Warping of less than 1/4” is not considered a defect. Cabinet glass doors carry no guarantee against warping. This guarantee does not apply to costs incurred after the product leaves our facility. The purchaser agrees to let doors that are warped 1/4” or more to hang for two seasons before replacement is requested. Typically a door will return to its normal flat position once it is acclimated to temperature and humidity conditions. Prior to requesting a replacement for a warped door, please be sure the door has been installed properly.
Some of the cabinet lines feature a glazed finish which accentuates the door and drawer front profiles. This glaze is hand applied over a stain or paint and may, due to the nature of application, consist of random drips, runs, etc. As glazing is a hand applied process, there will be variations in color and appearance from cabinet to cabinet. This is not considered a defect and is considered normal with hand applied finishes.
It is the nature of wood to expand and contract to varying degrees depending on climate conditions. As a result, cabinet lines with painted surfaces may show fractures in the paint at joints. This is normal and is not considered a defect.