Sorry to bother you with this. However, I really don’t understand a part of the warranty.
I’ve copied the section below. It concerns the part about air conditioning.
SPECIAL NOTE FOR AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING SYSTEMS:
‘If Any of the foregoing covered components as well as the plenum,
indoor electrical and duct connections are also covered when we
determine that upgrading a ducted electrical central air conditioning
system is required to maintain compatibility with equipment
manufactured to be 13 SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating)
and 7.7 HSPF (Heating Seasonal Performance Factor) compliant,
or compliant with higher SEER or HSPF requirements.
Could you explain, in regular English, what this actually means??
If the replacement of either the evaporator coil(inside) or the condenser(outside) requires that another part of the system be replaced in order to provide functionality of the system, we would cover the issue. This situation could occur with equipment that may be 25-30 years old. It doesn’t apply to every system that is of that age. We do not say that we will replace the entire system to conform to13 SEER ratings, but we will ensure compatibility. Without a specific system in question, it will be difficult to explain all of the variations. Hope this helps!
This information was graciously supplied by Lindsey Bergeron with U.A. Durr Home Warranty
Lindsey can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
U.A. Durr Home Warranty