The Westinghouse brand furnace is a popular choice amongst consumers for several reasons. One of their biggest selling points is their warranty, which makes finding Westinghouse furnace replacement parts much less of a hassle than other furnace brands.
Whether purchasing a gas or oil model, Westinghouse backs up their products with a Quality Pledge, a 10 year limited parts warranty, and a 20 year limited warranty on their heavy-gauge aluminized steel heat exchangers.
What parts are the most commonly replaced? It depends on the model you buy. One of their most popular models, the variable speed model, has a tendency to need the fan replaced every few years. The part is easily ordered through Westinghouse, covered by warranty. Most consumers call a qualified technician, who can install the part in no time.
For the Do-It-Yourselfer one of the most comprehensive, simple, and popular sources for Westinghouse furnace replacement parts is a website called Expert Appliance. They stock over 3 million replacement parts, a great majority for Westinghouse products.
They search for a part by matching the part time with either your model or part number. Then, they show you up close pictures so you can verify it is indeed the part you’re looking for.
Finally, you can order the part from their website. Shipping is usually fast because they carry Westinghouse heating-furnace parts in stock, and they accept all major credit cards.
Appliance Discount Parts is another website offering replacement parts. Many Do-It-Yourself consumers like this company because they offer a guarantee of working parts on top of an easy return policy.
If you make a mistake ordering or you realize after replacing the part that it wasn’t the problem, you know you’ll be in good hands with a solid return policy and satisfaction guarantee. They also, as their name indicates, offer the parts at a slight discount.
If you aren’t much for online browsing for parts, then you might be able to find a local solution. The Westinghouse website has an application under “Dealers” called, “Locate a Dealer.”
Using this tool you can locate a local dealer, who will most likely have access to Westinghouse replacement parts. You can pick your part(s) up locally, or have a technician diagnose and fix any issues.
Originally posted 2011-07-15 10:01:17.