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Even if you have a hearty savings account, a serious plumbing or electrical problem in your home can drain your bank account overnight. That’s where home warranties come in. These useful plans cover your home’s critical systems and appliances, so you won’t have to break the bank to keep your home in working order. With American Home Warranty, you can shop and compare plans in your area to get the most budget-friendly warranty around.

Do You Need a Home Warranty?

A home warranty offers financial protection against unexpected projects in your home. Whether your kitchen appliances, air conditioning system, washer and dryer, or plumbing break down, a home warranty can help you cover the cost and avoid huge lump sums. Different plans cover different systems and appliances, so shop around online to figure out the best bang for your buck.

How Does It Work?

Home warranties are designed to offer protection well beyond the usual timeline manufacturer warranties cover. That means if your new refrigerator breaks down just weeks after the manufacturer warranty expires, you can still file a claim under your home warranty. The provider’s customer service team will work with you to repair the appliance or system and cover the cost.

Personalized Plans

American Home Warranty will help you choose a personalized home warranty plan to cover exactly what you need. You’ll be equipped with all the information you need to make a decision, including personalized rates from top home warranty providers in your area. That means you won’t spend more than needed to protect your home.

Compare Home Warranty Rates with American Home Warranty


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