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Home Warranty in Minnesota

What do you does a homeowner in Minnesota do when the furnace stops working in the middle of January? Chances are the temperature is well below zero, and there are four feet of snow on the ground. The resident has several options. The first may include pulling out all the blankets and sleeping bags, wrapping the kids up in them, and hoping the spring thaw comes soon. The second option is to build a fire in the middle of the living room floor. This will definitely warm up the house, but it is not recommended. The third option for foresighted homeowners is to call the toll-free number provided in the home warranty policy, and have a repair man come right away who will get the furnace up and running.

Home warranties provide coverage for household repairs on everything from the furnace to the garbage disposal. With most home warranty companies, there are several types of plans available. Basic plans do just that; they cover the most basic appliances and systems of the house such as the dishwasher and the home electrical. Enhanced plans extend to things like the septic system and the central vacuum. There is a home warranty plan to cover any need.

Who needs home warranties? First-time homeowners are often anxious to protect their investment, so investing in a home warranty plan can reduce their expenses as repairs and replacements arise. Anyone planning to put their house on the market should consider purchasing a home warranty plan, as this adds an extra appeal to prospective buyers. Individuals purchasing a home may want to add a warranty if it doesn't come with one, to help decrease to cost of unexpected repairs. And residents of an older home may well be dollars ahead to have their investment covered, as homes ten years or older require more maintenance and replacements. Home warranties are a wise investment for anyone in Minnesota who wants to take the extra step to protect their assets.

 

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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



Call Kurtis Investigates: Home Warranty Company Operates Illegally in California

FOLSOM (CBS13) - A home warranty company has been illegally operating in California, a Call Kurtis Investigation has uncovered. Customers up and down the state have complained after being sold policies for years of protection saying Colonial Home ...

Published:  Fri, 27 Apr 2018 05:00:00 GMT




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