The warranty is not something to overlook
I’m a responsible adult when it comes to most things.
But there is one thing in particular that I’ve always been less than stellar about.
That would be reading the fine print pretty much. Or really, reading any sort of instruction, warranties, instruction or any of the stuff that comes with something that is completely new. In my head, because I appreciate whatever it is I’m getting, I think I already know everything about it. That was absolutely how everything went with our new Heating and Air Conditioning equipment. Of course, that’s a giant lead in logic and honestly makes no sense. But I’m not regularly thinking logically about everything. I tend to be a much more emotional sort of person. But that can come with some pressing concerns as the situation with our new Heating and Air Conditioning device proved. The Heating and Air Conditioning contractor was great and he went out of his way to be positive that the people I was with and I had all of our questions answered. Once the upgrade was done, I was out to dinner and kept talking about all the new Heating and Air Conditioning technology. Thankfully, my partner was listening and she then did the required reading the Heating and Air Conditioning contractor was telling us about. Ultimately, that saved us in a few different ways. Right off the bat, she got the Heating and Air Conditioning equipment warranty registered before it voided after 90 afternoons had she not paid attention. And she stopped me a few years later from “choosing to take a look” when the air conditioning equipment was acting somewhat strange. Any sort of repair attempt by anyone but a Heating and Air Conditioning expert would simply void the warranty for the new Heating and Air Conditioning equipment.