Purchasing a furnace is a major investment that takes a great deal of consideration prior to choosing a brand. One of the biggest selling points consumers review is warranty. It is vital to understand the terms and conditions of a warranty before purchasing a product.
You need to make sure the warranty if something you can use. Being knowledgeable about the Coleman furnace warranty that accompanies your unit is vital. Warranties are designed to save you money, making a good investment an investment in less headaches and minimal worry.
The good news: according to Coleman, all of their products come with a written limited warranty on parts. This is a fairly powerful selling point that many brands wield without truly living up to it. The warranty itself states “that a replacement part will be furnished for any part of the product that fails in normal use and service during the applicable warranty period.”
Note that the warranty also states a warranty is only good “during the applicable warranty period specified in accordance with the warranty’s terms.” Make yourself knowledgeable of this fine print.
Coleman’s website does not supply a clear definition of their terms, or a copy of a standard warranty. However, the Coleman furnace warranty is backed by local certified Dealers. Units are purchased through a local Dealer, who sits down and reviews your personal written warranty with you. You can make some educated decisions armed with this knowledge.
Ask the Dealer to write on the written warranty the definition of “normal use and service” accompanied by the exact “applicable warranty period.” This will protect both you and the Dealer. Consumers who keep the boundaries of their warranty clearly stated like this say it is easy to use.
Remember: in order to utilize the written warranty you hammer out details on with your local Dealer, you must register your product. You can do this right from the Coleman website or with the help of your local Dealer. As warranties go, the Coleman furnace warranty is one of the easier ones to use. Consumers label it a “No Argument” warranty, meaning they rarely have to argue about the exact meaning of terms prior to using it.
Originally posted 2011-08-25 11:05:06.