TotalProtect Home Warranty Basics
Home warranties are becoming far more prevalent than they once were. This is because today’s consumers are becoming savvier about protecting their homes and their finances. This is what a TotalProtect Home Warranty does; it allows you to protect your finances against unexpected home repairs and expenses. All homes are prone to repair and maintenance issues. Those repair issues typically occur at the worst possible moment. A repair or maintenance issue can range from something relatively small to something large and expensive. If you have ever found yourself facing a major maintenance or repair cost when you can least afford it, you know this to be true.
A TotalProtect Home Warranty covers both routine as well as emergency repairs. In addition, coverage is provided for the primary systems as well as appliances that you use most in your home. These coverage items can include electrical, plumbing, heating, stove/range, air conditioner, built-in microwave, water heater, refrigerator, ceiling fans, dishwasher, garbage disposal, washer/dryer and more. Furthermore, you may also be able to add other items to your home warranty plan, such as your swimming pool or hot tub.
A TotalProtect Home Warranty may also include other benefits, including access to a discount buying service that allows you to save a significant amount of money anytime you wish to upgrade or replace your appliances. You may be able to receive a 30% discount off the retail price of some of the most well known brand names.
Ultimately, you can save a significant amount of money when you invest in a TotalProtect Home Warranty. If you are concerned about facing unexpected costs related to repair and maintenance issues in your home, one of the best investments you can make is the purchase of a home warranty plan.
The information in this article is intended to provide guidance on the proper maintenance and care of systems and appliances in the home. Not all of the topics mentioned are covered by our home warranty or maintenance plans. Please review your home warranty contract carefully to understand your coverage.