Understanding Your Arizona Air Conditioning Warranty

Before purchasing a new Arizona air conditioning unit for your home, there are several important factors to consider. From size to brand to energy efficiency, the unit you finally choose should be the perfect fit for both your lifestyle and your budget.

But one other important factor you should always keep in mind when selecting an Arizona air conditioning unit is the system’s standard warranty. What exactly does the warranty cover? What does it leave out?

And how do you know which warranty is the right one for you?

What’s covered:

Though Arizona air conditioning unit warranties certainly vary by both product and brand, you’ll notice that many standard warranties typically have much in common. From Amana to York to Goodman to Ruud, all new cooling systems from the manufacturer come with a limited warranty that allows free part replacement for a specified time period. To receive the part protection, you’ll typically need to register for your warranty within a predetermined number of days, and once you do, you’ll be able to enjoy air conditioning peace of mind until the limited coverage expires.

What isn’t covered:

While the limited coverage that comes with the manufacturer’s cooling system is certainly an added benefit, the majority of standard warranties will only cover free part replacement – and only for a limited period of time. That means that all of the associated costs – EPA charges, refrigerant, recovery frees, handling fees, and labor – are not covered. The desire for an even greater peace of mind motivates many to instead consider investing in a Manufacturer’s Extended Warranty, a coverage agreement that ensures total comfort, protection from inflation, and consistently reliable service.

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