When you buy a furnace and have it installed by HVAC contractors Denver employs for your home heating system, you typically receive a warranty from the manufacturer. At the same time, the HVAC contractor you decide to work with may also provide you with a warranty. And if you feel the need to add some extra protection to your HVAC, you have the option of purchasing an extended warranty.
Issued by the equipment’s manufacturer, a manufacturer warranty covers the product in case it has issues over a certain period of time. Thus, it covers the replacement parts that get damaged within this period.
A HVAC contractor can offer you installation warranties. This covers the furnace installation performed by your HVAC technicians and is valid for a certain amount of time. This warranty covers the damages that are related to furnace installation only. Each contractor may have different warranty terms, depending on the brands they work with.
While a manufacturer warranty comes together with the purchased product, an extended warranty needs to be bought separately. This adds years of coverage to the initially purchased manufacturer warranty.
At any rate, when acquiring a new furnace, it is highly recommended that you carefully read through all the terms and conditions of its warranty.