Some warranties cover specific items, such as parts, and some cover labor and parts (both). Most residential unit manufacturers give a 5-year warranty for the components of the unit covering any defective component within the system, while some manufacturers offer 10-year parts warranties.

The components are the evaporator coil, compressor, fan motor, and blower motor. If your HVAC is still under warranty, the necessary repairs may be a lot easier. You may not remember if your central air conditioner is under warranty unless you installed it within the last year or less.

Resources To Assist You In Locating Warranty Information For Your Air Conditioner

  • If you remember when you bought your air conditioning system, you should be able to figure out if the manufacturer’s warranty still covers it.
  • On HVACs, many manufacturers provide 5- or 10-year limited warranties. If your cooling system comes with a lifetime guarantee, it most likely just covers parts and not labor charges.
  • If you bought the new air conditioner, you were almost probably required to register it so that your warranty could be “activated.”
  • Registration can be done either by mail or online using the attached mail-in card. You likely voided the warranty on your HVAC since you didn’t register it.
  • Look for the documentation that came with your central air conditioning system when you bought it and had it installed. If you keep all of your papers intact, you should include the warranty information.
  • Some HVAC manufacturers have warranty lookup resources by calling their customer service line or logging on to their websites.
  • When you call or check up information online, make sure to bring your installation and information documentation with you because you will most likely need information, including your AC unit’s serial number.
  • Inquire with your HVAC installation firm about accessing your warranty information. You’ll need a few pieces of information, including the model number and the serial number of both the air handler and the condensing unit.
  • You’ll need the product number and serial number if you have a Carrier or Bryant.

If You Moved In After We Installed Your Air Conditioner

When you move into a new home, the prior owner is likely to have saved a collection of crucial manuals, purchase and installation information, and other essential documents. But, if the former owner did not register the purchase of their cooling equipment.

Find the serial number on your air conditioning equipment and note the model. Contact the HVAC contractor Dallas or distributor to see if your unit is still covered under warranty.

When Your Warranty Has Expired, What Should You Do?

You can get a whole-house warranty if the warranty on your central air conditioner has expired, is invalid, or did not transfer to you as a new homeowner. Many firms offer coverage that includes everything from basic HVAC, water heater, and plumbing to just about every functioning system and appliance in the house.

At Airtemp AC and Heating, we can help get an extended warranty or HVAC replacement Dallas. Call us at 214-766-3962.