Oxbox Extends Compressor Warranty to 10 Years
Oxbox®, an affordable quality HVAC brand endorsed by Trane®, made the decision to extend its compressor warranty to a 10-year compressor warranty, up from the original seven years, starting in 2021. No registration required. Oxbox distributor partners had asked for this improvement so they could more effectively sell to contractors. And this year, Oxbox delivered.
With its one-year replacement pledge, Oxbox continues to provide peace of mind. The business will offer a full unit replacement for residential applications if the compressor, coil or heat exchanger fails in the first year, per its Limited Warranty terms. Furthermore, there’s five years on parts. In addition, the warranty is tied to the home, not the homeowner, providing benefits for end users. For all these benefits, there is still no registration required.
This move reinforces Oxbox’s positioning of affordable quality. Oxbox provides an option carrying the Trane endorsement that fits comfortably within tighter budgets. Not all customers want or need all the bells and whistles. They just want a solution that creates warm air or cold air reliably and at a fair price—and that’s exactly what Oxbox delivers.
For more information about Oxbox’s Limited Warranty terms, please visit https://oxboxhvac.com/warranty/.
Bryan Davenport is the General Manager for Oxbox® a brand of Trane Technologies. In his current role, Bryan provides overall strategic and managerial leadership of the fast-growing Oxbox business, with the ultimate goal of building a sustainable business serving the value segment of the residential HVAC Industry. He values creating and maintaining a truly collaborative team culture at Oxbox.
Bryan has been with the Residential HVAC & Supply business of Trane for 18 years in roles of increasing responsibility spanning sales, marketing and strategy. He has deep experience working with independent wholesale distributors across North America, creating and implementing strategies to grow sales and expand into new market segments.
Bryan is involved in a variety of community activities in the greater Dallas area, including serving as a Commissioner for the Town of Northlake, Small Group Leader for Adults and 4th & 5th Grade Boys at The Well Church and Treasurer of the Housing Corporation serving Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Texas A&M University. When he is not working, Bryan enjoys spending time with his wife and three boys, running, golfing and traveling.
Bryan holds a Bachelor of Science in industrial Distribution from Texas A&M University and an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.