Sometimes a company offers a warranty merely as a sales gimmick while even taking a gamble that the product will work. Be careful of this. When a company knows their products or systems truly do what they say, they are willing to back it up with a meaningful warranty supported by real experience. This confidence comes as a result of the product having proven itself through prudent design, lab-testing, engineering, quality-assured manufacturing and by the ultimate test of many years’ time-in-use.
This is why a product or system’s track record over time in real-life conditions is key to the value of the warranty. Companies offering warranted protection for their products without real proof-in-use may be just “hoping for the best” and many such companies go out of business long before their warranty term expires.