Trane Warranty Transfer to New Homeowner

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Trane Warranty Transfer

This article will guide you register the existing trane warranty transfer to a new homeowner. Below you’ll find everything you need to know about transferring the trane warranty. Keep reading to learn more.

Trane as a leading manufacturer in heating and cooling systems offer three types of warranties: Base Limited Warranty, Registered Limited Warranty, and Optional Extended Warranty. The Base Warranty is what you get if you do not or fail to register your products. The Registered Warranty requires product registration within 60 days after installation.

Trane’s Optional Extended Warranty provides additional coverage but it will requires an additional fee.

Trane Registered Limited Warranty

When you register your new Trane air conditioner or heat pump or furnace within 60 days of installation, your Base Limited Warranty will automatically become a Registered Limited Warranty. This Trane warranty offers longer terms for covered parts and provides warranty protection for specific components that malfunction due to manufacturing defects.

Trane Base Limited Warranty

All of Trane’s residential heating and cooling systems come with a Base Limited Warranty. This Trane warranty provides coverage for parts that stop working due to manufacturing defects, but it doesn’t cover labor costs. If the unit breaks down under the Base Limited Warranty, Trane will send their technician to replacement part for free (additional fees may apply such as shipping, handling, and installation costs)!

Both the Base and Registered Limited Warranty for your Trane products are only valid for the original purchaser. If you are selling your home, changes to the Limited Warranty will be apply.

Can Your Trane Warranty Be Transferred?

Trane warranty programs offer years of worry-free protection in each of their products, even when you’re planning to move house. Trane (and Daikin) are the only brands that allow their warranty to be transferred.

If your heating and cooling systems registered prior to August 1, 2011, these trane warranties are not transferable. The registered warranty will convert to the base limited warranty on the date of the home sale. New homeowner will only get any remaining base limited warranty.

If you heating and cooling systems registered on or after August 1, 2011, then Trane warranty transfer can be given to the new homeowner.

In order to keep getting the existing limited warranty, Trane warranty transfer must be done within 90 days of the home sale. Trane limited warranty will change to base limited warranty on the date of home sale if you don’t complete the transfer within the give period.

Cost to Transfer Trane Warranty

Trane warranty transfer will cost for a $59 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 trane warranty transfer option is purchased, either seller or the new homeowner must notify Trane of the transfer within ninety (90) days of the home sale for the transfer to be effective. Fail to complete the trane limited warranty transfer within the given period will end in the limited warranty expiring on the date of home sale.

How to Register Trane Warranty Transfer

Registering a Trane warranty transfer by online takes only 10 to 15 minutes. You will need your contact information and property information, along with the serial number, model number, and installation date of the product. During the registration process, you will be offered to purchase additional Trane’s Warranty.

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