TotalProtect Home Warranty- Inside Our Coverage

Buying a home can be one of the most expensive purchases in a person’s life.  As a homeowner you want to maintain and protect that investment. A home warranty is the easiest most reliable way to protect your home. However, when shopping for a home warranty, TotalProtect® recommends going over the following list of questions.


Which systems and appliances are most crucial for your household?

At TotalProtect we have a variety of home warranty plans designed to fit your needs and your budget. If your concerns lie in the kitchen and laundry room, choose our Appliance Plan which includes coverage for eight kitchen appliances plus your washer and dryer. Our second plan is the Systems Plan. This includes coverage for major systems in your home like your A/C, furnace, plumbing and electrical. Our most extensive coverage is our Combo Plan. This offers the most protection for your home because it includes everything in the Appliance and Systems plans.

How old are your most important appliances and systems?

Knowing where you need system and appliance coverage is a question you’ll want to ask yourself before starting your home warranty search. Learn what systems and appliances you have, and then understand which ones need preventive  maintenance. We recommend having a professional do this to help you better recognize the level of coverage you will need.

If an appliance failed would you be able to replace it right away?

At TotalProtect home warranty we help protect you against large unexpected repair bills, fix covered items quickly, and prevent future breakdowns with preventative maintenance.

Why choose TotalProtect?

As part of the TotalProtect family you will have access to our service provider network of over 40,000 independent professionals prescreened and prequalified. You will also receive even more savings from our members-only Appliance Buyline which offers major discounts on name brand appliances and our Service Provider Network for savings up to 15% on professional installations.

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.