Home Air Conditioner Warranty Coverage

Home Warranties Explained

Your air conditioner is an important system in your home, especially when temperatures rise. When the air conditioner unit fails, you're left in an overheated house and you need help quickly. Even though your HVAC system will last for about 10 to 15 years, it will probably malfunction several times over the course of its life. Many issues can occur in an HVAC unit. You might receive an unusually high electric bill that could clue you into an air conditioning problem. You might notice an indoor leak, your unit might not cool, or your outdoor unit might not turn on. For these issues and more, you need a reliable solution for a prompt repair.

With an American Home Shield® home warranty, you will enjoy reliable service, effective repairs and efficient replacement of your malfunctioning air conditioning system in accordance with the terms of your plan. Home warranty plans including coverage for air conditioners vary, allowing you to customize your home warranty plan for your unique needs. When your air conditioning unit fails, let the security of an AHS® home warranty help ease your stress.

What are Your Options for Home Warranties with Air Conditioner Coverage?

An AHS® warranty is an investment in your home, providing coverage to promptly repair or replace failing appliances and systems, such as your air conditioner. As a result, you want to select a warranty that best suits your home and family's needs. You can select from three home warranties that include coverage for your air conditioner.

  • The Systems Plan covers major components of 10 systems in your home, including your air conditioner as well as the electrical, plumbing, central vacuum, heater, garbage disposal and more.
  • The Combo Plan, AHS's most popular plan and best value, gives you all of the benefits of the Systems Plan as well as the convenience of the Appliances Plan. This means that all of your home appliances, in addition to the major components of home systems, are covered in this all-inclusive plan.
  • The Build-Your-Own Plan is a customizable plan that includes coverage for a minimum of 10 systems and appliances. You have a choice of the systems and appliances included in the plan, allowing you to pick the covered items which best fit your home.

What's Covered in a Home Warranty with Air Conditioner Coverage?

AHS Home Warranty plans with AC coverage include repair or replacement of many air conditioner components as well as the ductwork, although certain limitations and exclusions apply. Your coverage level depends on the type of unit you have. For example, all components of the following systems are fully covered:

  • Ducted central electric split and package units
  • Geothermal
  • Wall air conditioners
  • Mini-splits

Ductwork coverage includes a number of components, including the plenums, dampers, damper-only controls and leaks or breaks in the ductwork from the heating and/or air conditioning unit. Your plan contract will also outline any limits or exclusions of home AC coverage.

Understand the specific terms of your home warranty by talking to an AHS specialist. We'll help guide you to the right home warranty plan with AC coverage for your needs. Then, next time the air goes out, you won't be stressed about the hassle and expense of the repair. Our qualified, professional service contractors will diagnose, repair or replace your HVAC unit as your contract stipulates.

Suggested Plan For You

With a Home Systems Warranty Plan, you will be covered for the replacement or repair of the components of many key home systems, including A/C.
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Check Out These Other Plans For Air Conditioner Coverage

Combo Plan

Our most popular plan, the Combo Plan provides coverage for many of your primary home systems and appliances. It includes everything in the Systems Plan and the Appliance Plan.

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Build Your Own Plan

Get exactly the coverage you need with this flexible option. Simply select 10 or more items from our list of covered items in your home and get the coverage that is most important to you.

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