How long is A. O. Smith warranty?
between 6 and 12 years
Most AO Smith warranties range between 6 and 12 years, usually closer to ten. This means that the manufacturers fully expect your water heater to last at least a decade, and possibly twice that even after it goes out of warranty.
Who makes A. O. Smith products?
In 1997, after 90 years in the automotive industry, A.O. Smith sold its Automotive Products Company to Tower International.
How do I claim warranty on my A. O. Smith water heater?
CLAIM PROCEDURE Phone: 1.800. 527.1953 or visit our website: www.hotwater.com. Replacement Parts may be ordered through authorized servicers or distributors. Refer to your local Yellow Pages for where to call or contact A. O.
How do I contact A. O. Smith?
1. Phone / Email
- Tech Support and Warranties: (800) 527-1953. Monday through Friday 7am-7pm CST and Saturday 8am-5pm.
- Replacement parts: (800) 821-2017. Monday through Friday 7am-5pm CST.
- Pensioners, benefit questions, employees: (800) 631-7819. Monday through Friday 8am-5pm CST.
How long should A. O. Smith water heater last?
between 6 to 10 years
Smith tank water heaters have a limited warranty lasting between 6 to 10 years, it is not uncommon to find water heaters that are still properly functioning well over a decade or more. When properly installed and maintained in locations with good water quality and pressure, A. O.
Is A. O. Smith Made in USA?
The A. O. Smith network includes five manufacturing facilities in North America, plus plants in Nanjing, China and Veldhoven, The Netherlands. Click here to view all of our locations.
How do I raise a complaint with A. O. Smith?
- Whatsapp us : 9606022468.
- Email us : [email protected]
- How can we help? : [email protected]
- Call us : 1860 500 2468 / 1800 103 2468.
Is there a recall on AO Smith water heaters?
Smith has recalled about 616,000 residential water heaters. The heaters, manufactured by A.O. Smith and sold primarily in California, have a gas burner screen that develops tears, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.