York Warranty Lookup

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All York HVAC units are built to the highest standards and covered by the best warranties. Throughout your unit’s life, it’s likely to experience the occasional problem, which will require an immediate lookout. A York warranty coverage gets you one step closer toward settling your trouble. Find all York warranty information for heating and cooling products using our guide.

YORK® was founded in 1874, and in 2006 they became part of Johnson Controls. This is the same company that owns Luxaire and Coleman. You actually get a Johnson Controls warranty when you buy HVAC equipment from these brands.

York HVAC Warranties

York warranty ensures that you can take care of it when a covered problem comes with your air conditioner, furnace, or heat pump. In some cases, you will only pay the labor, and the rest of the unit repair and/or replacement will be covered without charge. York is a few HVAC manufacturers that offer a 1-year limited labor warranty.

York standard warranty generally features a 10-year parts limited warranty. The warranty varies by type of equipment. Here is the complete list of York HVAC warranties:

York Air Conditioner Warranties

  • 10-year Parts Limited Warranty
  • Lifetime Compressor Limited Warranty

York Furnace Warranties

  • Lifetime Heat Exchanger Limited Warranty (Affinity™ Series, LX Series, and Latitude™ Series)
  • 20-year Heat Exchanger Limited Warranty (TL9E & TL8E model)
  • 10-year Parts Limited Warranty

York Heat Pump Warranties

  • 10-year Parts Limited Warranty (Prestige & Classic Plus Series)
  • 10-year Compressor Limited Warranty

York Extended Warranty

Homeowners who are looking to extend the standard warranty can add an additional York Extended Warranty. York offers a YORKCare™ Protection Plan that provides up to 10 years of total system protection with no deductibles or repairs limitations.

The company also offers Extended Labor Warranties on qualified residential packaged units, gas furnaces, and split systems with furnaces. Discuss any warranty options with a York contractor to help you better understand what the warranty cover.

York Warranty Registration

York warranties require online registration within 90 days after installation, or they retreat to warranties with shorter timeframes.

In some states, registration is not required, but proof of installation is required.

Before getting started with a York warranty registration, you may assemble the following information:

  1. The York serial number and model number.
  2. General Information (e.g., name, address, phone number).
  3. The Dealer’s who installed your product (optional).

Once you have all the information needed, you can register your equipment online at www.upgproductregistration.com.

You can also complete the registration process by returning the Warranty Registration Card that comes with the package. Your dealer may be able to assist you with warranty registration.

York Warranty Lookup

How to find out if my York is under warranty? Most HVAC manufacturers allow homeowners to look up the current warranty information. You can look up the warranty coverage for your York product on their website.

York warranty lookup requires the same information as the registration. Model and serial number are the most important piece to check the warranty. Ensure all the information needed is at hand when checking the warranty status.

All this York warranty information has been included in the manuals you received when purchasing the equipment. If you have any other questions about the York warranty, the registration process, or the warranty status, don’t hesitate to contact us.

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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.