Cooling System Coverage
We all know that the cooling system and air conditioning is a vital system to your home - especially when temperatures are rising. But did you know that a lot can go wrong with your air conditioning and cooling system? Drains can clog, motors can burn out, and fuses can blow. Cooling system problems can occur unexpectedly, and it can be expensive as most AC components cost a pretty penny to replace. Unfortunately for homeowners, one can’t always predict a cooling system or AC unit malfunction.
That’s why it’s important to be prepared when this happens by enrolling in a cooling system plan from HomeServe. You’ll be so glad to know that when an AC breakdown occurs, you can call us, and we will send an expert HVAC technician to fix your covered home repair.
What Is a Cooling System Plan?
It can be uncomfortable to be in your home when it's sweltering hot outside and your AC isn’t working properly. You rely on your cooling system to make your home cool and comfortable, which is why it’s a good idea to equip yourself with a cooling system plan from HomeServe.
What Does a Cooling System Plan From HomeServe Cover?
If you decide to get air conditioning coverage for your home, you’ll have peace of mind knowing you’ll be covered for common AC unit breakdowns. Many components and parts of the cooling system is covered including:
- Relays, transformers, and valves
- Cooling refrigerant
- Condensate pumps
- High and low pressure switches
- Limit controls
- Fan controls, relays and filter dryer
- Contactor switches and delay timers
- Condenser motor and fan
- Internal fuses and breakers
When you’re prepared with a cooling system home warranty plan from HomeServe, and a covered repair is needed, you will have the coverage you need and the peace of mind knowing the experts will be on their way to help.
What Problems Can a Cooling System Cause?
If you leave needed repairs and maintenance unresolved, you could actually create more problems for yourself. It is very important that you get problems with your cooling system or AC unit taken care of promptly to help avoid any bigger issues developing. Some of the problems you can have are:
- No cool air in your home
- Issues with your thermostat working
- Leaking ducts in your walls and ceilings
- Clogged drains
When you have a cooling system home repair plan from HomeServe in place, and your HVAC system breaks, you simply call our 24/7 repair hotline. No worries. We’ll send a professional to address the covered AC unit repair.
Is Cooling System Coverage Worth it?
When you hire a company to come out to your home to do some cooling system repair work, it can be an expensive service bill. On average it can cost you around $300 to $400 for work to be done. And that’s the minimum, there are things that can add up to be even more expensive. Having an air conditioner or cooling system home warranty plan in place means you don’t have to worry about paying hundreds of dollars for covered repairs. You’ll also have peace of mind knowing damage to your home resulting from covered cooling system problems will be addressed by an expert.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the types of cooling system?
There are a few different types of cooling systems, such as central air conditioners, window and room air conditioners and ductless mini-split air conditioners.
How much does a new cooling system cost?
You can expect to pay around $5,000 up to $10,000 for a new HVAC unit but pricing can vary depending on the brand you choose, the size of your home, and where you live.
Is it cheaper to replace your furnace and AC together?
Choosing whether or not you need to replace or repair your unit can be very hard to decide on. You have to base it on the work that needs to be done and the age of the unit. If it is close to the cost of a new unit to repair it, you are probably better off replacing it.
How much does it cost to fix your air conditioner?
Depending on what is wrong with your unit, the prices of repairs are going to fluctuate. You can prepare yourself by expecting to pay no less than $200 for most repairs.
Can AC leaks be repaired?
The reason for the leak will determine if it can be repaired. Most of the time, leaks can be repaired on your AC unit but you should have a professional look at it and decide how to fix it.
What HomeServe Customers Have to Say
Floral Park, NY (Rosalie)
“Immediate response and respect from the technician. The repair was done quickly. I could not be more pleased. Thank you!”
Quincy, MA (Paula)
“Prompt Service! The technician was knowledgeable
Manhasset, NY (Peter)
“Our technician was excellent. He was knowledgeable
Great Neck, NY (Douglas)
“Efficient and prompt service. The technician was knowledgeable and used all appropriate safety gear.”
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