Home Warranty

What is a home warranty?

A home warranty is a contract that covers repairs and replacement of systems and devices in your home, usually for one year.

What is a home warranty plan?

A home guarantee plan refers explicitly to your contract. For many standard residential warranty plans, this can include coverage for all parts and components of your home’s electrical, plumbing, heating, and air conditioning systems, as well as many other household appliances. In addition to the essentials of your home, you can add coverage to things like a good pump, a freestanding freezer, or even a pool or spa.

What is the distinction between a home warranty and a home insurance policy?

Residential warranties are designed to protect your home appliances and systems against defects due to normal wear and tear. Home insurance will cover damage and loss caused by unforeseen events such as fires and inclement weather, but it won’t help if your washing machine breaks down.

What does a home warranty cover?

A residential warranty covers critical systems and devices in your home that are in working order when you purchase your subscription. When entering into a contract with a guarantee company, it is essential to review your agreement and coverage before you need it.

Make sure you know:

  1. What is covered by the housing guarantee and what is not;
  2. Any ceiling limit for coverage.
  3. Any deductible or trade call charges.

How does a home warranty work?

If you don’t have a home warranty, repairing or replacing it can cost you hundreds or even thousands of dollars. If you have a home warranty contract with Complete Care Home Warranty, you can file a complaint online or with our customer service, and we take care of the rest. Once the complaint is received, we will connect you with an authorized service provider to assess the problem, and your device or system will be repaired as soon as possible. You may also read the Complete Care Home Warranty reviews before buying.

Do I need more than one homeowner warranty?

No, even if you have to protect devices or systems typically not covered by a primary home warranty. When you buy your homeowner’s warranty, you can go with the optional coverage to get your desired protection level.

  • What are trade call costs?

The owner pays a small fee for the service provider to come to the house to diagnose the problem. These costs cover the entire visit, and the amount is clearly stated in each contract.

  • Are any appliance breakdowns covered?

Not all errors are covered. Our contracts explicitly state, paragraph by paragraph, what is covered and what is not in each plan and option. Our customer service team is available to explain coverage details and answer any questions you may have.

  • Which devices are covered?

The coverage of the unit depends on the plan you choose and the state you live in. Each home warranty coverage plan can be tailored to your needs.

Originally posted 2021-11-16 21:18:35.