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Warranty & Registration
Register your new product
- Product serial number
- Installation date
- Dealer name
Types of warranties
Your Trane system automatically comes with the longest Limited Warranty that’s available for your unit. Learn more about our top-of-the-line warranties and how they can best protect your system.
Every Trane residential unit comes with a Limited Warranty. It covers parts that break because of manufacturer defect, but does not cover the cost of labor. The Limited Warranty can range from a year to a lifetime, depending on the product.View limited warranty details
Optional Extended Warranty
The Optional Extended Warranty is a warranty you’re able to purchase to cover the cost of your parts and labor. Contact your dealer to learn what options are available to you.Contact your local Trane dealer
Is Your Warranty Eligible for Transfer?
If you’re preparing to sell your home, you may be able to transfer your warranty to a new homeowner, which could make your home a lot more attractive to potential buyers. Just know that whether your warranty can be transferred or not depends on when you registered it.
Registered before Aug. 1, 2011 Not Transferable
The warranty transfer option became available to Trane owners on Aug. 1, 2011. That meant any warranty registered on or after that date was eligible for transfer. Because these warranties were registered before that date, they can’t be transferred.
Registered from Aug. 1, 2011 to Dec. 31, 2020 Transferable
These warranties can be transferred because they were registered on or after Aug. 1, 2011 - the date when Trane warranties became eligible for transfer. If you're interested in transferring your warranty, you have to do it within 90 days of selling your home. Call our Warranty Registration Center at 1-855-260-2975 to get started.
Registered on or after Jan. 1, 2021 Not Transferable
The warranty transfer option ended on Dec. 31, 2020. Because these warranties were registered after that date, they aren't eligible for transfer. As of Jan. 1, 2021, Trane owners are no longer required to register their warranties.
How the Claims Process WorksA claim is the best way to let us know that a covered part of your system needs attention. Here’s how the process works.
Schedule regular maintenance appointments to satisfy the conditions of your warranty. Failing to maintain your system properly could mean voiding the terms of your warranty, which puts your equipment at risk if anything breaks.
Service your air conditioner in late winter or early spring, before hot weather settles in.
Service your furnace in late summer or early fall, before heating season begins.
Frequently Asked Questions
Get answers to some of the most common questions about warranties. If you can't find what you're looking for here, get in touch with a local Trane dealer.