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WAREMA service
Support over the entire life of the product

"Your satisfaction is our biggest motivation. So we are there for you even after you have purchased our high-grade, durable sun shading and control solutions – for as long as the product lasts. As your partner for SunLight Management, we are there to assist you with maintenance, care and in the event of repairs with our diverse range of services. Our experienced service team deals with your concern quickly and simply. That is our aspiration, and we make this a reality every day."

Angelique Renkhoff-Mücke, Chief Executive Officer

I have a complaint. Who can I contact?

Your contact in the event of a warranty claim is generally the WAREMA dealer you purchased your sun shading product from. Still don't have a WAREMA dealer? Go ahead and use our WAREMA dealer search.

Overview of services offered by WAREMA

Maintenance

Maintenance, testing and cleaning are essential requirements for preserving the value of your sun shading system and your entire property.

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Valuation

Conducting long-term valuations and expert assessments of sun shading products and entire systems is our strength.

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Commissioning

You can enjoy better quality of life through the use of optimised control systems, for a perfect climate in your house and home.

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Repairs

Our After-Sales service team is your source for rapid on-site assistance and competent support for your house, building or office complex.

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Spare parts

WAREMA keeps over 20,000 spare parts in stock and ready for you. We're also happy to manufacture spare parts based on your individual requirements.

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Cleaning products

Here you'll find WAREMA cleaning tips, as well as information on why cleaning is so important and what cleaning agents and care products are available!

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Frequently asked questions about service