When Emergency AC repairs or replaces your heating or air conditioner unit, you can trust that we will stand behind our industry-leading warranties for parts and labor. Know your product warranties before paying for a brand-new part! If you have another HVAC service provider give you an estimate, please make sure to double-check the estimate against your existing warranties. Feel free to contact our offices and we can help you with your warranty search.

Service Parts Warranty (Residential or Commercial)

We always use new parts during an air conditioner or heating repair and all of them are warrantied for a minimum of one year and up to a lifetime. This warranty covers any HVAC service call fees, residential or commercial, and is backed by the equipment or parts manufacturer.

Any new air conditioning and heating installation comes backed by Emergency AC with a minimum of a standard 2 year labor warranty and a maximum of up to a 10 year labor warranty. Warranties will vary by contract, equipment and residential or commercial application. We are happy to explore options with you during your FREE new system estimate!

Residential HVAC System Installation Equipment Warranty

All manufacturer equipment installed by Emergency AC come with a minimum of Five (5) Year Parts Warranty, up to a maximum of Lifetime Warranty on parts, based on manufacturer warranty policies. We will register your warranties for you and keep them in your customer file to guarantee your extended manufacturer warranties on all equipment.

Commercial HVAC System Installation Equipment Warranty

All equipment installed by Emergency AC comes with a 5 Year HVAC warranty on parts and equipment based on manufacturer warranty policies.

Warranties on equipment vary by manufacturer, so the above information is written as a general guide. For detailed warranty information on your specific application, please visit the appropriate manufacturer website below.

Unsure of your parts and/or labor warranty status? No problem! Contact us and we will search our database or consult with the manufacturer to determine your warranty eligibility.