Coverage: Make sure to review the specific components and repairs that are covered under the warranty, as well as any exclusions or limitations.

Cost: The cost of the extended warranty will vary depending on factors such as the type of equipment and the length of the warranty. Be sure to compare pricing from different dealers or manufacturers to ensure you are getting a fair price.

Reputation: Research the reputation of the dealer or manufacturer offering the extended warranty to ensure they have a track record of providing quality service and support.  Glynn General has been trusted to provide extended service options since 1984.

Length of the Warranty: Consider the length of the extended warranty to ensure that it covers the expected lifespan of your equipment.

Maintenance requirements: Some extended warranties may require regular maintenance and inspections to remain valid. Be sure to review these requirements to ensure you can meet them.

By considering these factors, you can make an informed decision when purchasing an extended service warranty for your heavy equipment.