Goodman HVAC Warranty
When purchasing an HVAC system, one often overlooked – yet crucial – aspect is the warranty. A comprehensive HVAC warranty ensures your system is protected in the event of a sudden breakdown that requires a repair or replacement within the warranty coverage period. In this blog, HVAC.com delves into the Goodman HVAC warranty, outlining its coverage and providing guidance on the claims process.
What’s Included in a Goodman HVAC Warranty?
Goodman Air Conditioning & Heating’s commitment to the durability and performance of its HVAC systems is evident in its impressive warranty offerings. Goodman offers 5- or 10-year limited parts warranties for its heating and cooling systems.
If no action is taken after your HVAC system installation, you will receive a 5-year limited parts warranty from Goodman. However, enhanced warranty coverage is available when you or your dealer registers your new unit within 60 days of installation. Goodman supplies replacement components for any part deemed defective due to craftsmanship or material issues during standard usage and maintenance.
Certain heating and cooling units may also include a 10-year unit replacement limited warranty. Additionally, Goodman offers lifetime heat exchanger and AC compressor limited warranties, valid for as long as you own your home.
For specific details about your Goodman furnace or air conditioning warranty, refer to your unit’s specific warranty certificate.
How to Register Your Goodman HVAC System
To extend the Goodman HVAC warranty from 5 to 10 years, registration is required within 60 days of installation.
The Goodman air conditioner warranty registration process is straightforward. You can fill out the application by clicking here. In the product info section, provide the unit’s serial number and model. You will also need to enter your general customer information, including your name, address, and phone number, as well as the name and phone number of the HVAC company that installed the system.
How to Learn More About Your Goodman AC Warranty
To learn more about your specific Goodman HVAC warranty, go to Goodman’s warranty lookup. You’ll need to provide your unit’s serial number, model, last name, zip code, and installation type (residential, commercial, or multi-family).