What’s in a Good HVAC Warranty?

What’s in a Good HVAC Warranty?

by | Feb 7, 2019 | VIP Service Plan | 21 comments

HVAC Warranty

What is in a Good HVAC Warranty? Everything! A good HVAC warranty is your protection from large expenditures for a period of time. Your HVAC Equipment is arguably the hardest working equipment in your home. It is designed to last and a good warranty helps to ensure it will.

Terms

Warranty Badge

The term or duration of the HVAC warranty generally means the length of time the warranty covers. Parts are guaranteed for their workmanship and proper manufacture. A Labor warranty covers the installation itself and any work involved in repair or replacing warrantied parts. It is important to know the specific terms of your warranty. With new installations, Air Doctor Heating and Air offers a 10 year parts and labor warranty. Most HVAC companies warranty new parts but may not cover labor. It is a very important thing to know before purchase.

Limitations and Requirements

Be sure to know what is and is not covered in the HVAC Warranty before you commit to a new system. This equipment is very expensive and any failure of the system could be very costly if not covered. There will be requirements which must be met in order to qualify the warranty. These requirements will be contained in the actual written warranty. The typical requirements:

  • Registering the equipment with the manufacturer New Home Purchase**When buying a new home you may still need to register the equipment purchase with the manufacturer. See our Blog regarding registering warranties on new home purchases.
  • Requirements about qualified maintenance. Most warranties will require yearly maintenance by a qualified, certified HVAC professional for the term of the contract. Failure to comply may void the warranty. Air Doctor Heating and Air provides a maintenance contract for two years with new installations at no added cost. Continuing the maintenance contract after that is available for a reasonable fee.
  • DIY Warranty VoidConditions for voiding the warranty include, but are not limited to: alterations, tampering, unauthorized work or service, not following maintenance requirements, failure to register equipment.
    Not following these conditions may void your warranty. Never replace parts, modify parts or operation, operate in any manner that is not specified in order to protect your warranty. Always have your new system properly maintained and serviced by authorized professionals only. Maintenance and service by Air Doctor Heating and Air will assure you are compliant with your warranty.

Keeping records

It is wise to keep all records for any and all HVAC Warranty and other work done to your system whether parts are replaced or not. Air Doctor Heating and Air monitors all warranties for new installations we install. We keep all necessary records to provide in case of an HVAC warranty claim to make certain you are protected.

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