Registration of New Equipment Installed

Registration of New Equipment Installed

Heating and cooling systems cost a significant amount of money. Owners should protect the equipment to lengthen service life and maximize every cent. It’s a good thing that these machines are known to last long with proper care. Regular maintenance is a must. Manufacturers are also stepping up by providing customers with excellent warranties. These can even be improved through the registration of new equipment installed. Be sure to take advantage of the enhanced terms.


Each company will differ in terms of actual coverage for the limited warranty. Be sure to read the terms carefully so that you will understand your rights and privileges. These can come in handy if anything goes wrong. Registration will generally provide owners with greater parts replacement coverage for different sections of their units. These will be spelled out in detail on the contracts. Examples include compressors, outdoor coils, and internal functional parts for air conditioners and heat pumps.


Note that these have a strict cut-off time. You must be able to register your system soon after it has been installed to avail of the enhanced warranty. Take note of the deadline imposed by the manufacturer. This usually lasts for 60 to 90 days. It’s best not to wait. Register right away to ensure that you do not forfeit this privilege. You may even get an extended warranty for the ultimate in protection.

Let Us Help

Emery Air Conditioning is here to help you if you have any questions regarding the registration of new equipment installed. We can provide you with information regarding each manufacturer’s policies. We can also send you links to their website where you can register without any hassles. We encourage you to do this as soon as possible for your peace of mind. Give us a call for inquiries regarding this subject.

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