Your warranty is an important safeguard for the air conditioner in your Lake City, Georgia, home. There are many ways you can unwittingly void your warranty and lose coverage when you need it most. Avoid the following mistakes so you can keep your warranty valid and get the support you need.
Improperly Installing the System
If your technician did not install your system correctly, the manufacturer isn’t going to be responsible for any problems you experience. At Corbin Comfort Systems, we are a licensed dealer with NATE-certified technicians and promise expert installation. You risk installation problems when you use an unlicensed contractor. That choice could lead to efficiency issues and a voided warranty.
Neglecting Annual Maintenance
Most warranties require you to invest in annual maintenance. HVAC maintenance is similar to an oil change for your motor vehicle. A contractor inspects various components of your air conditioner and makes sure it is operating at peak efficiency. Preventive maintenance allows us to discover small issues before they escalate to a total breakdown. You could lose out on your warranty if you don’t schedule routine maintenance.
Using a Neighborhood Handyman
It’s probably tempting to call a neighbor or a local “Mr. Fix-It” when something goes wrong with your system. Although these individuals could be perfectly capable of repairing your air conditioner, you could invalidate your warranty. Most warranties require homeowners to use a licensed contractor for repairs, maintenance, and system installation. A handyman who doesn’t have the required licenses could make a mistake and turn a small issue into a big problem. Trying to saving a little money by going with cheap help could end up costing you a lot more.
Stick With the Pros
If you’re in the market for a new air conditioner or you’re ready for air conditioner maintenance, we are the experts to call. Contact Corbin Comfort Systems at 404-461-9796 today for all your HVAC needs. We are a Trane Comfort Specialist and promise professional service every time!
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