Don’t Void Your HVAC Warranty

Your HVAC warranty can save you a lot of money and prevent a major headache if the HVAC system breaks in your Ladson, South Carolina, home. It’s important that you don’t inadvertently void your HVAC warranty by forgetting about preventive maintenance, not registering the system, or using parts from a different supplier.

Performing Preventive Maintenance

Some warranties require you to get annual preventive maintenance or risk voiding your warranty. Make sure you also keep proof of your yearly maintenance in case you ever need to use the warranty for your system. Preventive maintenance can help to prolong the life of your unit and improve efficiency. HVAC systems are not small investments, so you want to protect your investment by having it regularly checked either way.

Registering Your HVAC System

It may seem like an unnecessary step, but it is important to make sure your system is registered with the manufacturer of the unit. If you haven’t registered your system, do it as soon as possible. If you are not sure how, your HVAC contractor can help you to understand the process. Make sure you register the warranty of your system so that if you ever need it, you don’t have to jump through hoops to get the repairs or replacement you need.

Repairing and Replacing Parts

Although it may be tempting to use a cheaper brand when replacing a part on your HVAC system, you could unknowingly void your warranty. Manufacturers believe that their parts work best with their units since these components have been thoroughly tested with the system itself. If you decide to try to go the cheapest route when replacing a part, you may lose out on the benefits of your warranty in the future.

We can help make sure you don’t accidentally void your HVAC warranty. If you’re considering buying a new system, or if you need to repair an old one, call Berkeley Heating and Air Conditioning today at 843-277-6030. We will provide essential services and advice to protect your warranty and system and help you to increase comfort and savings.

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