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There are few home warranty companies that do not charge service trade fee or “deductible”. If you are looking for such companies, please read on. Please note that we do not endorse any of these companies. IMPORTANT: To read most recent list of companies that offer Zero dollar deductible, please visit our Home Warranty Plan Comparison section and sort the companies by Deductible (low to high) Home Warranty Plans with No Service Call Fee Following are the home service contract companies that offer zero deductible as of this writing: Complete Protection UtilPro Appliance repair HomeServe USA Stanley Warranty Hi Tech…   Read more »
There are five types of warranties plans available such as manufacturer warranty, home warranty, seller’s warranty, extended warranty, appliance service contract etc. All the above mentioned terms are basically protection policies of your household appliances. All these warranty contracts are slightly different and we will get into them in just a moment. Please note that we do not cover homeowners insurance here but you can refer to the article that talks about home insurance and home warranty differences Home Warranty Home warranty is a service contract on your home appliances and it covers repairs and maintenance of household machinery. Home…   Read more »
Not every home needs home warranty coverage. So, as a homeowner, you should get appliance warranty plans if only it makes financial and practical sense. Home Warranty is a appliance repair contract which takes care of repairs of electrical, plumbing and appliances inside the home. You will pay an annual premium (in the range of $300 to $500) in advance for repair or servicing of most important appliances in your home. If you don't have a plan in place and wondering what would it cost, get an estimate on home warranty for your house. If you are an existing homeowner,…   Read more »
Texas is the second largest state in America, regarding the number of people living in it. That means a great number of households that need protection and maintenance. Also, statistics concerning the trends of population evolution are pointing towards growth in the future. Soon, new residences will have to be built to accommodate the growing no. of people. In a state with so many homes, a Home Warranty should be a must. Anything can go wrong and get broken, leaving you with the inability of doing your everyday tasks. Yes, there are companies that take care of these matters, but…   Read more »
Condos are a great substitutes to renting an apartment or possessing a single family home and they have their own unique insurance needs. About Condo Warranty Insurance Condo Warranty is similar to appliance warranty and provides condominium owners with coverage for repair of major appliances and home systems. Appliances are intended to make your lives simple. Refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, and other kitchen compliments not only assist you in doing everyday chores and prepare food faster, but they take some of the monotony out of your day and allow you more free time, as well. Unluckily appliances, like any other piece…   Read more »
Do you possess a home warranty program? Chances are, if you are a new homeowner, you likely do. But after you have been in your home for a year, you are likely speculating if you should renew your home warranty or not. So many families get themselves in the same situation and expectantly this article will be able to offer you some help. In all possibility, when you bought your home you obtained a home warranty covering a range of items in your home, i.e. roof, air conditioner, appliances, heating and plumbing systems, possibly your spa/pool etc. If you had…   Read more »
Every year, thousands of companies get sued. This is due to a number of reasons such as defective products, poor service, harm that it could cause to you or your properties and others. In case your home came with miserable surprises like broken mechanical systems, dishwasher, air conditioner or other defects, the financial liability may not be yours alone. Such problems may come to light days, weeks or years later, leaving you speculating whether you have to shoulder entire financial burden. Indeed in such cases, you may be able to ask the responsible home warranty company to pitch in. Home Warranty…   Read more »
Do you have a trusted appliance lying around your household for the past few years that you don’t want to give away or replace? Yet you are worried that it’s going to crash pretty soon leaving you with no other option other than repairing it or replacing it with a new one? Fret not! This article will shed some light on how to insure your household appliances against potential breakdowns Let’s begin by comparing Home Warranty from the Homeowner’s insurance policy. The primary difference between the two is that Home Warranty covers repairs and replacements of failed appliances and systems,…   Read more »
It’s actually not difficult to tell if your air conditioning system is in need of repairs, but sometimes inexpert and inexperienced homeowners might wonder whether the air conditioner is really not working or it is all in their head. Other homeowners might feel that though their air conditioning system is showing signs that it needs repairs, it is better to look after the problem before it gets worse or before their air conditioning system stops working completely. When summer heat strikes, the best way to fight back is to turn on your air conditioner. Air conditioning keeps you cool over…   Read more »
A home warranty sounds like it is a great form of monetary security against unexpected, expensive home repairs. But you should understand what is covered in a "standard" home service contract. When you are buying a home, there is possibility that you were provided with a home warranty by the seller and you assumed that it will take care of all repairs inside your home. But there are some items NOT covered in a home warranty. Basics of home warranty - What Does Home Warranty Cover? The best answer to this can be found by evaluating your specific contract or…   Read more »