A home warranty plan helps protect a homeowner from the high costs of unforeseen mechanical failures of their covered appliances and home systems. The plan provides licensed, prescreened, prequalifed service technicians to assess the situation. A home warranty plan will also help contribute towards any needed repairs or replacements if a mechanical breakdown is due to normal wear and tear.
When you request a repair you pay a trade service fee. The fee is the deductible for that service call. Please see your declaration of coverage for the amount of your trade service fee, or ask your customer support representative. For example, if you need both your air conditioner and your interior electrical system repaired, a trade service fee will be incurred for each repair needed (ie. an HVAC technician and an electrician).
A home warranty can help home buyers feel secure in knowing that they will be protected in the event of a sudden breakdown of an appliance or home system that is covered under their home warranty. When you sell your home, your home plan can be reassigned to the new homeowners. Certain plans require a $39 transfer fee. See Terms & Conditions for details.
If you already have a home warranty plan, you may change over to American Residential Warranty. Normally, there is a 30-day waiting period for the plan to become active. Call today and speak with an enrollment specialist for more details!
As a customer of American Residnential Warranty, you experience excellent customer service, which is available 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. You can speak with a live customer service representative located in the USA. We also provide immediate service for emergencies issues and we will response to a request for service within 24-48 hours.
Our customers can select their own service providers or choose between our larger network of licensed, pre-screened and pre-qualified technicians.
There are no long-term contracts – so you may hold a policy for as little or for as long as you would like.
ARW has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, which is the highest rating the agency gives.
Whether your TV is covered by a home warranty largely depends on the plan you select from the warranty company. American Residential Warranty now covers TV’s with our Ultimate Electronics Protection Plan! All of your computing and home entertainment devices can now be protected under one plan – TV’s, laptops, tablets, desktop computers, game systems, home theater systems and so much more! Call 888-840-0005 for more details.
When a person purchases a home warranty, they are entitled to certain coverage as part of the policy. If a covered appliance or home system breaks down, such as your washing machine or your central heating system, you simply contact the warranty company and they will arrange for a licensed, pre-screened and pre-qualified technician to come to your home and assess the situation. If the issue is due to normal wear and tear or mechanical failure and is it is a covered item, then the appliance or system will be repaired or replaced within the terms and conditions of the plan. For covered repairs the homeowner will only have to pay a nominal service fee.
A home warranty can provide substantial protection for many appliances and systems within your home. Plans can be built and customized to allow homeowners to add a variety of items to their policy. Additional refrigerators, ice-makers, washers, dryers, pool, spa equipment, well pumps or additional heat/air conditioning units can be added. There are also additional options which cover electronics, sewer and water lines and more.
A home warranty does not cover any items in the event of natural or man-made disasters that can cause major damage to a home and its mechanical systems. They also do not cover events that a homeowner’s or flood insurance policy would cover, such as: tornadoes, hurricanes, fires, floods or theft. Warranty plans do not cover the physical structure of a home or personal belongings that are inside the home. Please see the Terms and Conditions for full coverage details including all exclusions and limitations. Terms and Conditions for CA and VA. Terms and Conditions for all other states.
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Terms & Conditions
Home Warranty coverage, in all states EXCEPT CA, VA, IA and TX, is provided and administered by AIG WarrantyGuard, Inc., 500 West Madison, Suite 3000, Chicago, IL 60606-6613. Exclusions and limitations apply. See Terms and Conditions for details on coverage and exclusions. OR License #208059. For water line, sewer line or well pump coverage please see these Terms and Conditions.
For CA Residents: coverage is provided and administered by AMT Home Protection Company, 2200 Highway 121, Suite 100, Bedford, TX 76021 (CA Company ID No. 5875-0). For IA, TX and VA Residents: coverage is provided and administered by TMI Solutions, LLC, 360 Market Place, Roswell, GA 30075 (IA Company ID No. 130327; TX Lic. No. 171; VA Company ID No. SC018). See the TMI/AMT Program Terms & Conditions for additional information.
Ultimate Electronics Protection Plan is provided and administered by Asurion Service Plans, Inc., whose address is P.O. Box 061078, Chicago, IL 60606-1078, telephone 1-866-856-3882, in all states and the District of Columbia except Florida. In Florida, the company obligated under this Plan is Asurion Service Plans of Florida, Inc., P.O. Box 061078, Chicago, IL 60606-1078, telephone 1-866-856-3882. Exclusions and limitations apply. See Ultimate Electronics Protection Plan Terms and Conditions for details on coverage and exclusions.