Home Appliance Repair Plus covers appliances regardless of age or brand to help you avoid the unexpected expense of appliance repairs. Your covered appliance is repaired or replaced, up to the benefit amount, when it stops working from age, usage, and normal wear and tear. Plus, there are no service call fees, ever.
Appliance break-downs disrupt your daily life:
When a major appliance stops working from age, usage, and normal wear and tear, arranging and paying for the repair or replacement can be stressful, time-consuming and often expensive. With a repair plan, a covered appliance is repaired or replaced, up to the benefit amount, regardless of the appliance’s age or brand.
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‡Average repair and replacement costs reported by industry servicers as of December 2016. No charge for covered repairs up to your
per appliance benefit amount. Exclusions apply. This is an artist rendering and is for illustrative purposes only.
Who is HomeServe?
HomeServe is an independent company, separate from your local utility or community, providing emergency home repair services and protection solutions to homeowners across the U.S.
What am I responsible for?
As a homeowner, you are responsible for the appliances in your home.
Who is eligible for coverage?
An owner of a residential single structure, or a unit within a structure, that is not intended to be moved may be eligible for coverage. This includes single family homes (inclusive of manufactured housing), townhomes and apartments. An owner of a single structure with multiple units is also eligible but the specific unit mailing address for each service agreement purchased must be provided. Recreational vehicles and properties used for commercial purposes are not eligible. You are not eligible if you are aware of any pre-existing conditions, defects or deficiencies with any of your appliances prior to enrollment. Appliances that are shared with any third party, covered by a homeowners’, condominium or like association, are also not eligible. In GA, residential properties containing more than two dwelling units are not eligible. In IA, residential properties containing more than four dwelling units are not eligible. If you live in a development community with a condominium, co-op or homeowners association, your appliances may not be an individual homeowner’s responsibility, so please check with your association before accepting this coverage.
Does my homeowners insurance cover this?
Most basic homeowners insurance policies do not cover repair or replacement of appliances that fail due to normal wear and tear.
When can I make a service call?
Your plan starts the day your order is processed, and there is an initial 30-day waiting period before you can make a service call, giving you 11 months of coverage during the first year.
What is the term of my service agreement?
Your coverage is based on an annual contract. Regardless of the payment frequency you select, your service agreement will be automatically renewed annually on the same payment terms you selected, at the then-current renewal price.