Competition in the roof drain industry has created a smaller and more lightly casted roof drain. Now while much of the change in manufacturing processes and designs has been good, this has not. Roof drains are replaced
so often at the first reroof of a building that many architects are beginning to include drain replacement in their specification to avoid additions to the contracts. This item alone adds between $1000.00 to $3000.00 of cost per drain to
the building owners cost of a reroof, which happens every 10 to 20 Years.
Froet Industries LLC has seen this trend coming for many years. That is the main reason we decided from the very beginning that our drain was going to be different. Our sump is the heaviest and most durable in the industry. We are
so confident in our product that we have now stepped out in front, in the industry and will now be offering a 25 year warranty on our cast iron roof drain parts. This warranty will come in two versions. There will be a 25 year product replacement
or a 25 year product replacement and installation (fee required for installation warranty). To receive either of these warranties the warranty application will need to be filled out and submitted to register the products. An inspection (By Froet Personnel) of the inital installation is required for the installation warranty. If the 25 year warranties are not applied
for, our standard 1 year warranty will apply to the products. The warranty application is below along with sample warranties.
Dear Architects, Engineers, Building Owners, Wholesalers, Contractors and Manufacturer Representatives,
It has come to our attention that there is a rumor going around in the industry that our patent is no longer in force. That is totally false .Our patent is and will continue to be in force until November 6th, 2021. The installation of a product
that infringes on our patent could present a liability issue to any entity involved in the sale or use of said product. We have made a PDF copy of our patent available for any one 's use
to determine if a given product may or may not infringe on our patent.