Our residential window warranty isn't a "limited warranty" or a "limited lifetime warranty." It's a "Full Lifetime Warranty that includes parts and labor" for as long as you own your home. The distinction is that full warranties meet certain federal minimum standards for written warranties on consumer products while limited warranties do not. This means that, among other things, under a full warranty, the warrantor must repair or replace the products at no charge to the consumer, and may only refund the purchase price in fulfillment of the warranty when that's what the consumer requests. In contrast, under a limited warranty, the warrantor may charge service costs and fees related to repair or replacement. And even if parts and labor are provided at no charge under the limited warranty, the limited warrantor may reserve the right to refund the purchase price to the consumer in fulfillment of the warranty rather than making the repairs or replacing the products at no charge. Our Full Lifetime Warranty extends to the original purchaser/homeowner for as long as you own your home. Subsequent homeowners may still be covered under our warranty depending on the window purchase date.