Secure Your Investment: How to Register Your Appliance Warranty with Major Brands in Canada

Have you just bought a new appliance? Do you want to make sure it is protected by a warranty? This complete guide will show you exactly how to start the warranty registration process for the main appliance brands in Canada! 

First things first, save that receipt! Most people heard someone say, "Don’t throw out your receipts". It's because they matter. In case you have unexpected problems or malfunctioning appliances with the receipt you'll be able to get help from the manufacturer to fix it or have it replaced by showing proof that you purchased it new. 

In this guide we’ll cover: 

Why should you register for appliance warranty? 

Registering for an appliance warranty is a smart move for any homeowner. It ensures that your major home appliances are protected in case of unexpected malfunctions or breakdowns. By registering for the warranty, you activate coverage for any defects in materials or workmanship that could potentially cost you hundreds or thousands of dollars in repairs or replacements.  

In addition to providing financial protection, many warranties also offer other benefits such as free maintenance services or extended coverage. Registering for the warranty is also a simple and straightforward process that can usually be done online or by phone. By taking a few minutes to register your appliance warranty, you'll have peace of mind knowing that you're protected against unexpected repair costs and that you can easily get help if something goes wrong with your appliance. 


How do major home appliance warranty work? 

Major home appliances like refrigerators, washers, and dryers often come with warranties that protect consumers from unexpected repairs or replacement costs. These warranties typically cover the cost of repairs or replacement of parts that malfunction due to defects in materials or workmanship. 

The duration of the warranty can vary depending on the appliance brand and model, but it generally lasts for a few years from the date of purchase. Once registered for the warranty, consumers can submit claims for repairs or replacements by contacting the manufacturer's customer service department. 

With a claim submitted, the manufacturers will usually help you in one of these ways: 

  • Direct you to an authorized repair shop to fix your issue. 

  • Send a brand representative to evaluate the appliance at your home and fix it once the problem has been identified. 

  • Guide you through reset or diagnostic steps that might get your appliance to work as expected. 

  • Arrange for a new unit to be delivered to you, as there is no feasible way to fix the appliance you received originally. 


Information you’ll need to register your products.

When registering for a home appliance warranty, there are a few pieces of information that you will typically need to provide. First and foremost, you will need to have proof of purchase for the appliance, such as a receipt or invoice. This is necessary to confirm that you are the original owner of the appliance and to activate the warranty coverage. 


You will also need to provide the make and model of the appliance, as well as the serial number, which can usually be found on the appliance itself or in the owner's manual. 

Additionally, you may be asked to provide personal information such as your name, address, and phone number, as well as the date of purchase and the location where you bought the appliance. Some manufacturers may also require you to provide additional information, such as the installation date or the name of the retailer where you purchased the appliance. 


How can extended protection plans can give you peace of mind? 

Extended protection plans are an excellent way to give you peace of mind when it comes to protecting your major home appliances. These plans offer coverage that extends beyond the manufacturer's warranty, giving you added protection against unexpected repairs or replacement costs. This means that if something does go wrong with your appliance, you'll have the help you need to get it back up and running quickly. Ultimately, investing in an extended protection plan can give you peace of mind, knowing that you are fully protected against unexpected expenses and that you can easily get help when you need it. 

Here are some examples of how much your protection plan can save you: 

Peace of mind comes at what price? Our extended service plans can fit any budget. Starting as low as $0.16 per day*. 

Ready to add extended protection to your appliances? 


Website links to register your appliance with the main Canadian brands: 

Are you ready to register your new appliance? To save you time from having to search for the warranty registration links, we have organized them all in one place. Click on the brand’s logo of your new appliance below, and the registration page will open in a new tab.

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*$0.16 per day based on our most common plan: 4 Year Single Appliance from $1000 to $1499.99 sales price. Plan cost $237 devided by 1460 days of coverage. Appliance repair prices without protection plan provided by iA Service Plan, more information available on iA Service Plan brochure