Frigidaire furnace parts are sold online through websites such as ExpertAppliance.com and Prairie Wholesale Supply. However, the manufacturer discourages do-it-yourself repairs on technical machinery such as home furnaces, recommending the use of local HVAC contractors and Frigidaire product dealers instead.Continue Reading
Frigidaire maintains a dealer locator conveniently placed on its main Web page. With a valid ZIP code, a local authorized dealer is located within a range of 25 to 100 miles. Additionally, the company provides troubleshooting tips for common HVAC problems under the Support heading of the website. These issues are categorized by type of equipment or problem and generally suggest ways that a home user can perform simple checks and tests prior to calling in a trained service technician.
Prairie Wholesale Supply, in an effort to prevent inexperienced home repair, only sells Frigidaire furnace parts to qualified professionals. Ordering from the website requires the completion of an Equipment Qualifying Form to ensure that only properly-trained individuals are making repairs. In addition to replacement furnace components, Prairie Wholesale Supply also sells parts for air conditioners, blowers and heat pumps.
ExpertAppliance.com sells HVAC parts regardless of qualifications but takes no responsibility for the outcome of home repair. The website features over 3 million parts available for a wide number of brands, including Frigidaire, and provides stock items that are original manufacturer's equipment.Learn more about Heating & Cooling