Testing and inspecting the home’s systems and appliances is always the best way to ensure that those items are working, and home inspections are a great first start. However, home inspectors are not experts in every home system, but are generalists trained to recognize evidence of potential problems. Having a qualified heating and air conditioning service contractor conduct a thorough and exhaustive inspection of the HVAC system can enhance a home listed for sale, and reassure buyers that the most expensive system in their home is in good working order.
2-10 HBW HVAC Certification provides an inexpensive way to check the HVAC thoroughly for any existing failure before closing and/or the beginning of the service period. And, we believe so strongly in the value of this, that when your system passes and receives an HVAC Certification, we will waive the pre-existing condition clause.
2-10 HBW HVAC Certification is not available in all states. Contact your local 2-10 HBW Account Executive for more information.
Another option to ensure your HVAC systems are in good working order is using our Pre-Season HVAC Tune-Up preventative maintenance option in the Home Warranty Service Agreement. With this option, the homeowner can request a pre-season tune-up between February and March or October and November on up to two systems. A system is considered one heating unit and one air conditioning unit. A service fee if due per system. If eligible repairs and replacements beyond the tune-up are required, no additional service fee is due.