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9. Failure by the Owner or any lessee or other occupant or user of the Building to take reasonable care in maintaining the roof system, such as, but not limited to, failure to clean the gutter, valleys, etc., so as to allow water to run off without interruption.


10. Faulty building design or construction. 11. Birds, vermin, rodents, insects or other animals or pests. 12. Settlement, failure or cracking of the roof deck, walls or foundation of the Building, or defects or failures of coping gravel-stop due to cracking of walls or any part of the building structure.


13. Any other event, occurrence or cause beyond the control of Drexel and/or the Installation Contractor. 14. Failures due to the use of fasteners other than stainless steel and without an adequate barrier, that comes in contact with Pressure Treated/ACQ Treated Lumber.


In addition, Drexel shall have no liability or responsibility under or in connection with this Warranty if the Installation Contractor or any subcontractor fails to use all roof curbs, roof jacks, sealants, mastics, sub-framing, roof panels, clips, fasteners, and flashings provided by Drexel or approved or required by Drexel, nor shall Drexel have any liability or responsibility under or in connection with this Warranty if the Installation Contractor fails to follow Drexel’s standard recommended installation instructions for the layout, design and erection of the roofing system, or if the roofing system is constructed in such a manner as not to permit proper drainage of water from all surfaces, but rather to permit standing or ponding water.


NOTICE OF CLAIMS AND GENERAL PROVISIONS


All claims hereunder must be submitted in writing to Drexel within the Warranty Period and within thirty (30) days of discovery of any leak in the roofing system. Failure of the Owner to do so shall automatically relieve both Drexel and the Installation Contractor of any and all responsibility and/or liability under this 20-Year Weather Tightness Limited Warranty. Upon receipt of a warranty claim, from either the owner or the Installation Contractor, Drexel will send a representative to the location specified for an inspection of the roof. If during Drexel’s inspection Drexel determines that the leak or leaks in the roof are not covered by this Warranty, the party requesting Drexel’s inspection shall be liable for all direct expenses incurred by Drexel to conduct the roof inspection. If after the inspection by Drexel, it is determined that the leak has taken place after the twenty-four (24) month leak free period provided by the installation contractor in accordance with this warranty, Drexel shall repair the roof system in accordance to this warranty.


FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES MAY VOID THIS WARRANTY AND RELIEVE DREXEL OF ANY AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND/OR LIABILITY UNDER THE TERMS OF THE WARRANTY.


All notices given pursuant to this Warranty shall be in writing and sent by certified mail, return receipt requested, to Drexel and the Installation Contractor to the following address:


Drexel Metals Inc.


Technical Department 1234 Gardiner Lane Louisville, KY 40213


During the term of this Warranty, Drexel and the Installation Contractor, their sales representatives and employees, shall have free access to the roof during regular business hours upon reasonable notice to the Owner. Notwithstanding any other provision contained herein, Drexel shall not have any liability or responsibility under this Warranty for any roofing products or materials that were not supplied by Drexel and this Warranty applies only to those portions of the roofing system which was constructed solely with products and materials supplied by Drexel.


This document constitutes the entire Warranty made by Drexel and the Installation Contractor. No modification or amendment to this Warranty shall be binding on Drexel or the Installation Contractor unless made in writing and signed by both parties authorized representatives. The terms, conditions and provisions contained in this Warranty may be waived only in writing and signed by a Drexel authorized representative. No oral statements, course of conduct, or course of dealing shall be deemed or constitute a waiver.


The invalidity or unenforceability of any provisions of the Warranty shall not affect the enforceability and validity of any remaining provisions, and this Warranty shall be construed in all respects as if the invalid or unenforceable provisions were omitted.


This Warranty is tendered for the sole benefit of the Owner identified above and is not transferable or assignable. Neither Drexel nor the Installation Contractor shall have any obligation under this Warranty unless all invoices for materials, installation and services have been paid in full by or on behalf of the Owner.


Neither Drexel’s nor the Installation Contractor’s failure at any time to enforce any of the terms or conditions of this Warranty shall be deemed or construed as a waiver of any provision herein or of the ability to exercise their rights in the future in accordance with this Warranty. This Warranty shall be governed by and enforced in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Delaware.


INSTALLATION CONTRACTOR:


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