We just received our "Terms and Condition" contract from Dectra Corp, the maker of the garn. We were just about to purchase the garn 2000 WHS. We have read on this forum garn has a 25 year warranty along with a one time freebe. The info on the garn contract does not reflect that at all. What it does say is #1 "with respect to the blower moter, controls, and miscelaneous parts furnishes as part of the basic unit, a one year warranty shall apply." #2 "with respect to normal wear items such as all gaskets, firebrick, reaction chamber, door latch and latch pin, door hing and hing pin, anode rods, etc. no warranty shall apply. proper use and periodic maintenance will extemd the life of these items. #3 with respect to the storage tank, combutstion chamber, electric element box, door, flue tube and heat exchanger, a five-years warranty shall apply with regard to materials and workmanship. NO WARRANTY SHALL APPLY WITH REGARD TO EPOXY COATINGS, PAINT, CORROSION OR CORROSION INDUCED FAILURES OF ANY COMPONENT OF THE UNIT OR COMPONENTS ATTACHED TO THE UNIT. As far as the "one time freebe" mentioned in previous threads this same contract does not mention a the word or indicated any free service. What it does state under service calls is "Any job site visit for other than warranty work that is requested by the purchaser and ececuted by Dectra presonnel or its representatives, will be invoiced at $125.00 per hour plus expenses. More valuable information on this contract. We do think that the Garn product is good, we would be a lot less aprehensive to invest 14,900.00 for the basic unit plus other expenses if the warranty was 25 years as mentioned before.