It gets bitterly cold during the winter, but just having a working heating system won’t be enough. You also need a great HVAC warranty to go alongside it. All too often, homeowners will often gloss over the warranty just for the sake of having heating in their home, which could leave them scratching their heads wondering why they’re not getting the amount of coverage they need. If you also want to avoid the perils often associated with a poorly installed heating system, then you need to make sure you’re hiring the right service company to install a furnace that will never call it quits on you, even the winter weather gets tough.
That service, of course, is T.Webber. Our Cold Spring is ready to supply you with the latest furnace model with a great warranty that will cover your back. Our team of professionals will consult with you in determining what furnace and warranty would work best for you. Plus, we’re also here to give you tips on how to get the most out an HVAC warranty so you’re getting as much coverage as possible!
How Can You Get the Most from Your Warranty?
When you get a warranty for your furnace, you definitely want to make the most out of it. Take a look at the following tips:
- Check the Length: Warranties usually range from 5 to 10 years. You certainly want to get a warranty that will last you longer because as your furnace ages, the more likely it becomes for it to experience issues. It will save you money if these issues are still covered under the warranty.
- Regular Maintenance: Sometimes getting the most out of your warranty can come out of the actual maintenance work you do perform on your furnace. That means doing things like changing furnace filters and vacuuming the inside of your furnace. Some warranties are void if you neglect regular check-ups that could prevent larger problems from occurring.
- Make Sure Service Provider is Authorized: Check the warranty to see what service providers are authorized to service the furnace. Many warranties will require certain service providers to perform maintenance work.
- Communicate with the Service Company: It’s always nice to develop a system of communication between yourself and the service company in case any problems with your furnace arise. They can provide you with input on how to handle any tough situation.
- Avoid Off-Brand Replacements: Aftermarket replacements may be cost-efficient, but they’re not necessarily effective and manufacturers will void warranties if any aftermarket parts are installed.
- Keep Documentation Handy: If you experience any furnace problems, always keep documentation handy as it will an invaluable resource when discussing your problems with a manufacturer.
Contact T.Webber today if you need a Cold Spring heating contractor and of course, make sure you’re getting the right warranty!