EXTENDED WARRANTIES

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Extended Warranty Options in Orlando

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If you have recently purchased a new AC unit with your new home or a replacement unit, you must register your new system ASAP with the manufacturer. With most manufacturers and with most units, this registration will automatically extend your 5-year manufacturer parts warranty to 10 years. To register your product, please call (844) 574-4578 or fill out the form to the right, and a Del-Air representative will call you to help register your product.

Additionally, you may be interested in an extended parts and labor warranty.

The manufacturer of your new unit most likely offer you a 1-year warranty on parts and labor, and then a 10-year parts warranty if you’re registered. This means that after 1 year, the labor required to replace any failed part WILL NOT be covered under warranty. This can be expensive.

For this reason, Del-Air offers two choices to extend your parts and labor warranty.

5-Year Extended Warranty

The first year of this warranty offers homeowners extra protection in the event that anything should happen to your installing contractors. It covers your system from years two through five. That’s four additional years of coverage on parts and labor on all internal components.

10-Year Extended Warranty

The first year of this warranty offers homeowners extra protection in the event that anything should happen to your installing contractors. Your system will be covered from years two through ten. That’s nine additional years of coverage on parts and labor on all internal components.

For more details on the warranties, please call us at (844) 574-4578 or fill out the form on the right and request ‘other’.

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