Trinity Warranty

Warranty Agreements to Plumbing and HVAC Service Businesses.

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Trinity Warranty provides extended warranty agreements to Plumbing and HVAC service businesses. These agreements extend customers’ warranties to protect expensive equipment once the manufacturer’s warranty expires preventing unexpected and costly repairs. Both residential and commercial equipment are covered, including heating and cooling equipment, water heaters, generators, water treatment products, and more.


  • Flexible pricing, coverage, and reimbursement rates

  • Keep customers retention rates high for up to 10 years

  • Covers all major brands with 100% coverage, no deductible

  • Total coverage on labor and equipment parts for 1, 2, 3, 5, or 10 years post installation

  • Get flexible pricing and coverage with $75, $100, and $125/hour labor rates.

  • Keep money flowing year round, evening out seasonality

Turn one-off service calls into long-term customers and profit by offering customers extended warranties once manufacturers’ warranties expire. With warranty service agreements, you’ll be customers’ point of contact when equipment needs repairs and maintenance.

This helps you to build long-term relationships with customers so you have the opportunity to upsell services, get referrals, and keep customers happier by reducing complaints about out-of-warranty repairs.

Enjoy an easy online registration and enrollment process for customers with all major brands of HVAC and plumbing equipment covered including residential and commercial equipment. Prices are competitive, there are no deductibles or pre-approvals for claims.

And best of all? Trinity Warranties’ extended warranties are backed by multiple “A” rated national insurance carriers to protect customers and offer them peace of mind that will carry over to how customers view your business.

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