Fortunately, the majority of new hearing aids available on the market come with a manufacturer warranty that protects you from having to shell out more money for hearing aid flaws and repairs.
The warranty that come with new digital hearing aids are usually good for at least one year, the norm being up to 3 years. Hearing aid defects and repairs are covered directly from the manufacturer. So, what happens after your warranty on your hearing aids expire?
It's a good idea to have your hearing aids cleaned and checked by your hearing healthcare provider before the 3 year warranty is up. Also, with proper care and maintenance, hearing aids can last up to 7 years depending on the hearing aid style.
Then, there are options for extended warranty coverage on your hearing aids, which will be required to go through and be approved by a hearing professional before you can purchase a policy.
If you'd like to discuss your concerns and options about your hearing aids, please go see a hearing care professional or contact us at Hearex.com