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Home Warranty in South Dakota

Leaky pipes, an oven that doesn't heat, water heater failure and furnace break-down. These are just a few of the residential problems that South Dakotan homeowners will face this year. The bill could run anywhere from $300 to $5,000, depending on the severity of the problem. That's why many homeowners are choosing to invest in home warranties as protection against unexpected appliance or home system failure.

When researching home warranties, authorities recommend three steps for finding the optimum coverage. First, choose three or more companies that have good reviews, and read the plans they offer. One plan may include air conditioning in the coverage, while another does not. Understand what each plan provides. Second, does the business place limits on the amount they will pay per repair? If so, are the limits reasonable? And third, do you have items in your home that will need extra coverage? If the garage door opener and the central vacuum system are to be protected, then the enhanced plan is probably the option for you.

Home warranties can save thousands of dollars for the homeowner in long term costs. A good home warranty plan covers everything from appliances and ceiling fans to heating and electrical systems. Homeowners can relax, knowing they are covered in the likely event of repairs or maintenance on their home.

Among those who benefit from home warranties are first-time homebuyers. Anyone selling their home will want to invest in a home warranty plan, to include in the package. And residents with older homes will definitely want to check into coverage, since their home is at greater risk to need repairs.

Thousands of South Dakota residents are already experiencing the freedom of knowing that when repairs or replacements are necessary, they are covered. Regardless of whether you choose the basic or enhanced plan, a good home warranty contract can allow you to live life more easily, knowing your home is protected.


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Home Warranties In The News

Province says it will fix "˜broken' new home warranty program, may open Tarion up to competition

The Ontario government says it will establish a separate regulator for the building industry to remove potential conflicts in Tarion, the province's new home warranty corporation, which was designed t...

Published:  Thu, 21 Feb 2019 17:03:00 GMT

Angie's List parent company buys Dallas home repair and warranty startup Fixd

When a homeowner has a broken air conditioner or a foundation problem, a warranty company can be hard to track down and often points to the fine print. Fixd co-founders Evan Myers and Brandon Bohannan ...

Published:  Wed, 13 Feb 2019 14:17:00 GMT

Ontario announces home warranty changes to address conflict of interest

Ontario has announced changes for new home warranties, including moving oversight for new home builders and vendors away from the corporation that provides the warranties. Government and Consumer Serv...

Published:  Wed, 20 Feb 2019 08:24:00 GMT

New Mexico homebuilders group backs mandatory new-home warranty

New homes may come with a 10-year warranty if legislation proposed by the New Mexico Home Builders Association finds its way to the governor's desk. Homebuilders want to be required to include what ar...

Published:  Mon, 18 Feb 2019 20:05:00 GMT

Are your home and your wallet prepared for the inevitable

Only a fraction of the 120 million U.S. households today are protected by a home services plan, also known as a home warranty. That number is growing, as homeowners recognize the value of coverage whe...

Published:  Sat, 23 Feb 2019 10:56:00 GMT

Warranty confusion: Homeowners turn to Contact 6 after troubles with Choice Home Warranty

MILWAUKEE - A pair of homeowners purchased home warranties for protection, but said they ended up fighting for coverage. The company in question has thousands of complaints. Dorothy Hopkins ...

Published:  Sun, 10 Feb 2019 20:23:00 GMT

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