I actually find it very important to consider the fine print in the case of signing documents and knowing what you’re establishing with them. For example when I first bought the house I really looked into what the lending rates were going to be. I find that being knowledgeable before and knowing what you’re signing up for will really benefit you. For instance, when I bought my home I should really have replaced the HVAC system. The HVAC system was over 15 yrs old. Normally HVAC specialists say you must replace your HVAC system about every 12 to 15 years. Then I had an HVAC professional come by, take out the old HVAC system and install the fresh energy efficient HVAC system. Before he installed it I needed to see what the deal entailed. There was multiple plan options that were included with the new HVAC system. There was clearly a plan for part replacement on certain parts, a labor plan in addition to a total coverage plan. I wanted to get the total coverage plan because I thought it may be the best type of coverage since I like to make sure my HVAC system is fully serviced at the very least four times a year, which equals being every season. Plus there is up to 10 years of protection which happens to be great. I was able to decide on either 1, 3, 5 or a decade’s worth of protection depending on my own needs. I decided the right fit was the 5 year protection plan. By knowing your agreement and policy options with your new HVAC system it definitely will clear up any questions that there may be, plus you know what’s covered and not covered.