American Standard Air Conditioner Warranty Guide

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American Standard air conditioners have lengthy periods of their limited warranties, and also make it easier to register the warranties. This is a steady commitment to their product quality, durability, and reliability. Each American Standard air conditioner will get a 10-year limited warranty on compressor and outdoor coil and a 5-year limited warranty on all other parts.

Air Conditioner’s warranty is important since it’s an official file telling you what is actually protected and what is not. They also saves you from spending extra money of repairs in cases where faulty AC parts must be replaced within the warranty period. Most common AC warranties are called Limited Warranties as they actually do not cover everything that may fail with the products.

American Standard air conditioners types

Base Limited Warranty

Every American Standard air conditioners is covered with an American Standard Heating & Air conditioning base limited warranty.

Base limited warranty terms can be found in your Owner’s Manual.

Registered Limited Warranty

For additional coverage, products installed on or after May 1, 2009, are eligible for Registered Limited Warranty terms if the product is registered within 60 days of installation.

American Standard warranty registration is easy and can be completed online in their website or by phone call. If the product is not registered within 60 days of installation the only Base Limited Warranty will apply.

Registered Limited Warranty Transfer Option

For every American Standard air conditioners installed on or after August 1, 2011, during either the 60 day Product Registration Period or within ninety (90) days following the sale of the home (if such 90 day period is still within the Registered Limited Warranty period) you have the opportunity to purchase a Registered Limited Warranty Transfer Option. This option may allow the balance of your Registered Limited Warranty to be transferred to a subsequent homeowner.

The Registered Limited Warranty transferability option is available for a $59 fee during the initial 60 day Product Registration period. If purchased outside of the Product Registration Period, but within the 90 days from the sale of your home when the Registered Limited Warranty period is still in effect, a $99 fee will apply. Regardless of when the transferability option is purchased, either you or the new homeowner must notify American Standard of the transfer within ninety (90) days of the home sale for the transfer to be effective. Failure to complete the limited warranty transfer by such notification within 90 days of home sale will result in the base limited warranty being applied on the date of home sale. Transferability restrictions may vary by state.Transferability option is available for products installed from August 1, 2011 to December 31, 2020. The transferability option is not applicable for registered or Non-registered products installed on or after January 1, 2021.

Optional Extended Warranty

To purchase an optional extended warranty that covers your American Standard air conditioner parts and labor, please contact your HVAC installer.

How to Register American Standard air conditioner warranty

Registration can be done online in their website:
or by calling: 1-855-260-2975

All other American Standard heating and cooling models and package units, gas furnaces, air handlers, coils, and other accessories will also carry a 5-year parts limited warranty. These new American Standard air conditioner limited warranties, available beginning with installations after October 1, 2001, are only on residential installations for products manufactured in the year 2000 or after. Warranty period for each models can be found in your American Standard Owner’s Manual.

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Mas Broto
Have been in the heating and air conditioning (HVAC) industry for over 20 years. He is person that will grow and thrive to learn more about the HVAC industry throughout his career. Mas Broto is also a blogger, who's dedicated to bringing you the best knowledge to get ahead in the game of life.