Heater, air conditioners, furnaces and or humidifiers should all include their own warranties. In some cases there are going to be different coverage for varied parts of the models. The first place to search for details on your trane warranty lookup is your owner’s manuals. If you’ve lost those, usually you are able to find them online by searching the age model number of your Trane unit.
Trane used to run their warranty, but then they stopped around 2012 or 2013. They now use a third party warranty that is damn near worthless. In the end the company should take care of all issues (non maintenance related) for the 10 years and its that companies responsibility to deal with the 3rd party warranty company.
By register the trane units online helps to prevent a system from not being covered. It also allows the manufacturer to have a direct line of communication with you to inform you about purchasing an extended trane warranty that the dealer may not have let you know about.
How to register and claim warranty for you product
Registering your products provides you any one of the most effective manufacturer’s limited warranties on parts offered. You will require the serial number, model number and installation date for every product getting registered.
You can register your trane warranty online by the link below: https://www.trane.com/residential/en/for-owners/warranty-and-registration.html
This registering of warranties online is becoming the Industry standard.
How do I find out if my Trane units was under warranty?
In these modern times, you will find websites for all the different trane heat pump or air conditioner that you enter your serial number and it will give you trane warranty lookup details. You may also call a local distributor and they should be able to tell you.
How do I transfer ownership of a warranty?
You will need to contact trane customer service, and they will ask for the new homeowner’s information as well as a transfer fee.