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Warranties in Construction Contracts Webinar. June 23rd

Most people in the construction industry are comfortable with warranting their work, and it is a great first step of the construction process, but did you know that you could be liable for so much more than you even realize? It’s so important to have your contracts reviewed to understand the risk of what you are signing. Whether you are on the commercial or residential side of construction, warranties are an important part of your construction contracts. Warranties are tricky, and understanding them is necessary knowledge for contractors.

Join us at our free webinar, where Karalynn Cromeens will break down express and implied warranties, explain the positives and negatives of warranties, provide detailed examples of everything you need to know to protect yourself on the front end, and so much more. We will cover how they can work against you, how you can make them work for you, and how to use your construction contract to prevent problems that could arise on the matter. Learn at the start of any new project how to avoid expensive litigation costs and situations down the road where you are held liable. Remember, residential and commercial contracts have many differences when it comes to warranties. Still, one thing is for certain on both spectrums: understanding that there are so many things to look out for to protect yourself is essential.

Education and preventative action are the best ways to arm yourself against errors and misunderstandings that could send you to the courtroom. You mustn’t go into a construction project blind! Knowing what provisions are included is essential to the success of a project. Karalynn will teach you how to use your construction contract to be preventative in your projects and business.

RSVP today to learn more about construction warranties and what you need to look out for before signing a contract and starting the scope of work.

Date And Time

Thu, June 23, 2022
12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT


Online event

Karalynn Cromeens

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