5 Ways You Could Accidentally Void Your HVAC Warranty
Warranties are valuable to your home and wallet, especially if something goes wrong with your HVAC system. Keep the HVAC warranty for your Marco Island, Florida, home current by avoiding these mistakes:
Check to see if your HVAC system requires you to register it to have it covered by the warranty. This is a simple process that you can easily overlook, which makes it that much more painful if you lose your warranty over it. You can get information on how to register your HVAC system through the certified service technician who installed it or from the manual that came with it.
Working on your own heating and cooling system can cause you to void your HVAC warranty. Most warranties require that a certified service technician make repairs to ensure a low risk of damaging mistakes. Even if you’re a DIY pro, it’s best to leave the HVAC repairs to those who do them for a living.
Similar to making your own repairs, installing your HVAC system yourself can also void your warranty if you make a mistake. Even if you’re comfortable with installing HVAC systems, you should still leave the job to a licensed professional.
Some warranties require you to schedule annual maintenance visits from a certified service technician. These visits help ensure that your system is running correctly and that nothing needs repairing. They are also prove that you’re looking out for your system rather than waiting for it to fall apart.
Lack of Records
Maintenance is important to keeping an HVAC warranty valid. But if you have no way of showing that maintenance visits happened, you could void it. Keep organized records of your annual maintenance visits and repairs to show the warranty issuer that they happened.
To schedule your annual maintenance visit or a repair for your HVAC system, give Key to Cool a call. Save yourself money by investing in the professionals.
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