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Home Warranty in Idaho

Before purchasing a home, many prospective buyers in Idaho inquire as to whether the home comes with a warranty. Pre-existing coverage on the home adds to the appeal, as buyers have the peace of mind that in the event of system failure or faulty appliances, the costs will be covered under the policy.

Protection through home warranties typically provide coverage in the event of repair or replacement of appliances such as the dishwasher, refrigerator, and garbage disposal. Coverage is not limited to appliances only; many home systems are also included such as plumbing, heating, and electrical components. For the prospective buyer, coverage under a home warranty is an additional reassurance that they won't be hit with unanticipated expenses.

Home warranties benefit more people than just new homeowners; anyone who owns an older home would be wise to check into the coverage provided by a policy. Homes that are more than ten years old usually require maintenance and unexpected repairs. If the home is protected, the upkeep of it doesn't need to cause financial concern.

Three things should be considered while researching home warranties to obtain the optimal plan. To begin, choose at least three reputable home warranty companies and study up on the plans they offer. One policy may cover heating, another air conditioning, and the third could include both. Be informed as to what is in each package. Then check to see if the company places limits on the amount they will pay to repair each system or appliance, and what the limits are. And last, determine which items such as the pool, central vacuum, or the garage door opener may need to be covered under an enhanced plan. Taking these steps will help find the ideal home warranty policy.

For an Idaho homeowner, whether you are buying a home or are already living comfortably in your older home, a home warranty plan may very well be a good investment for you.

 

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Home Warranties In The News

Buying A New House Here's Why You Might Need A Home Warranty

Buying a home can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be pretty stressful. From researching and viewing houses to figuring out if you can even afford the one you want, there seem to be a million things to think about. Once you do get the house of ...

Published:  Sat, 19 May 2018 03:15:00 GMT



ASUS Updates Product Warranty Information for the United States

FREMONT, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On May 8, 2018, ASUS updated the terms of its product warranties: Summary of Updates to the ASUS Warranty Information Form We have provided a summary of notable updates to the ASUS Warranty Information Form for the United ...

Published:  Sat, 19 May 2018 06:32:00 GMT



Why a home warranty is best for first-time home buyers

It's a wonderful feeling when you finally clinch your property deal and realize you have become a homeowner for the very first time. Sometimes seemingly endless weeks or months have gone by, while you jump through lots of administrative hoops, before ...

Published:  Mon, 14 May 2018 08:03:00 GMT



FOX4 investigates: When appliances go bad, are home warranties actually worth it

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- They promise to be there when your appliances go bad, but companies offering home warranties aren't always good. Kristi Smith grabbed a bag of hash browns from her freezer and gave them a good squeeze. "It's like mush," Smith said ...

Published:  Wed, 02 May 2018 19:50:00 GMT



Homeowners upset new-home warranty monopoly allowed to continue

Not enough is being done to overhaul Ontario's new-home warranty system, says a group opposed to the monopoly held by Tarion. "Premier (Kathleen) Wynne has publicly stated that "˜the time for monopolies is over,'" said Windsor homeowner Gay Viecelli.

Published:  Tue, 24 Apr 2018 15:05:00 GMT




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