3 things you need to know about your new air conditioning system

Taking care of your new system

New air conditioning system
New air conditioning system

3 things to know:

  • Registering your system
  • What is covered?
  • Regular maintenance


Most residential air conditioning systems come with a standard five year limited parts warranty. If registered, usually within a 60-90 day time frame, these systems will receive a ten year limited parts warranty. At Taylor Refrigeration we register the system for you, and provide the warranty paperwork upon request. The registration process is quite easy and provides the homeowner with an extra 5 years of warranty at no extra cost.

If you did not have your air conditioning system installed by us, we can still look up the information for you. Most of the time, especially in the case of new construction communities, the systems were not registered.

Taylor Tip: If you are moving into a new home, call the manufacturer to see if your system(s) were registered. You will need the model and serial numbers from the outdoor unit, indoor unit, and thermostat.


Most manufacturer parts warranties only cover the cost of the part. At Taylor Refrigeration & Air Conditioning we offer a one year, 100% satisfaction guarantee with our new residential systems. This includes diagnostic, labor charges, and parts coverage. Once the year is up, the system will only be covered under the manufacturer parts warranty

If you are wanting more coverage, consider buying an extended warranty. We work with companies that offer numerous plans with up to 12-years of parts and labor coverage.

For more information on extended warranties, give us a call at 904-289-2355. Many of these plans can be customized to meet your specific needs!



"No matter how energy efficient your air conditioner was when it was installed, it can lose efficiency if not properly maintained."- carrier.com

An air conditioning system is a big investment and regular maintenance is the best way to care for that investment. Often times, many service calls can be avoided with regular maintenance. With the purchase of a new system from Taylor Refrigeration & Air Conditioning you will also receive (1) maintenance approximately one year from date of install. This is our way of saying thank you and making sure our customers stay completely satisfied with their system. At this point we recommend signing up for our Taylor Savings Plan. It is our annual maintenance program that will keep your system running great for years to come!

Here are some things you, the home owner, can do in between professional maintenance visits:

  • Change your air filters regularly. A clogged or improperly installed air filter makes your system work harder. So, if you forget to change your filters, you might notice you’re paying more for air conditioning that you’re not enjoying nearly as much.
  • Be sure not to block your floor, wall or ceiling vents. When drapes, furniture, toys or anything else blocks the vents, it will restrict the airflow—and decrease the system’s efficiency and life span
  • Check your outside condensing unit periodically to make sure it isn’t covered up or clogged with leaves or debris. Give it space—at least a foot—by cutting back shrubs or tall grass. Air needs to flow in through the sides to cool the coil
  • Check the drain system to make sure it isn’t clogged. Because your air conditioner removes humidity from your home during the cooling season, you should notice water trickling from the condensate drain of the indoor unit.- carrier.com

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