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Home Warranty in Nevada

Nevada MapA good home warranty can prevent the homeowner from paying out thousands of dollars when unanticipated repairs arise. Instead of paying upwards of $6,000 to fix the plumbing, the cost to the homeowner could just be a couple of hundred dollars with a good home warranty policy. Rather than footing the bill to replace the dishwasher, a home warranty policy may cover the cost of a new one. Nevada homeowners have many options when they are looking into home warranties.

Anyone who owns a home that is ten years old or older would benefit from checking into home warranties. As a home begins to age, the maintenance expenses increase and repairs become more frequent. Home warranties can help to offset these costs. A person planning to sell their home will increase the chances of a quick sale if the home comes with a home warranty in place. And for homebuyers, if a warranty is not already in place they can request one to be added for security and peace of mind.

Most home warranty companies offer basic plans to cover the most essential items in the home. The plans typically include plumbing systems, sump pump, water heater, and electrical systems. Home warranties provide for replacement or repair of appliances and home systems when things break or wear out. If a home is equipped with a central vacuum or a pool, there are plans available to protect those items too.

When choosing a home warranty policy, it is important that the homeowner read the plan thoroughly to ensure that coverage will be provided for the features of their home. It is also wise to check the limits placed on each appliance or home system to ensure that they will cover the cost of replacement or repair. The homeowner needs to ensure that their most expensive home features are protected as well, which may necessitate obtaining an enhanced plan.

Regardless of the time of life a homeowner is in, home warranties have the potential to save large amounts of money for a very small investment.


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Published:  Wed, 06 Jun 2018 14:40:00 GMT

Maryland builders pay penalties to settle violation claims

More than two dozen Maryland home builders have agreed to pay penalties totaling ... settlement after the state alleged that NVR's building firms NV Homes and Ryan Homes left out required warranty pro...

Published:  Mon, 09 Jan 2012 16:00:00 GMT

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The so-called Ferguson Fire, which broke out on Friday night near Savage Trading Post about 20 miles southwest of the park's boundary in the Sierra Nevada mountains ... arrived and are setting up to p...

Published:  Mon, 16 Jul 2018 02:08:45 GMT

Del Webb to pay $27.2 million in faulty plumbing lawsuit

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Published:  Tue, 02 Dec 2008 16:00:00 GMT

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