It’s inevitable. Things break in every home. Sump pumps fail, toilets wear out, or the air conditioner doesn’t keep up with summer heat. These everyday issues can cause big headaches! A home warranty takes the hassle out of home repairs–especially when buying or selling your home.
As a Seller, you can sign up for a home warranty at no charge. Use up to $500 of covered repairs per trade call for problems that occur during the listing period or for issues found during an inspection.
As a Buyer, use your home warranty (usually purchased at closing) to keep up with repairs that occur after you’ve moved into your new home. Buyers receive up to $2,000 of covered repairs per trade service call.
Learn more about our home warranty plans and benefits, find helpful resources, and discover answers to frequently asked questions below. Also, we have some exciting new benefits for Buyers and Sellers.
New for 2020
- For Buyers: FREE complete heating and cooling maintenance ($208 value) and a FREE water heater maintenance ($120 value, excludes tankless and power vent water heaters). Both services increase energy efficiency, reduce breakdowns, and extend the life of your equipment. System Checks are performed during non-peak seasons. No service fee unless we also complete an approved repair.
- For Sellers: $250 code upgrade coverage that’s perfect for inspection repairs. Applies toward the $500 coverage per service trade call.
Ask your realtor to help you register a home warranty today. We can’t wait to simplify home service for you!
What is a home warranty?
Home systems work hard every day. A home warranty covers parts and labor for hundreds of household repairs due to normal use during the coverage period. If we can’t fix a covered item, we’ll replace it with a standard-grade product or offer a check based on the price of the repair.
What repairs does a home warranty cover?
In the last year, we have tackled more than 50,000 covered repairs for homeowners like you. Some of the most common ones are:
- Dripping faucets
- Running toilets
- Slow drains
- Failed sump pumps
- Clogged garbage disposals
- Faulty outlets