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What Exactly Does a Home Warranty Cover?

Monday, May 08, 2017
As a new homeowner, you may begin to feel overwhelmed once the big purchase is locked down. Owning a home is a significant responsibility loaded with new expenses, insurance policies, and chores to complete. One such responsibility comes in the form of a home warranty. A home warranty, sometimes known as a home service agreement, helps cover the cost of repairs and replacements for systems and appliances in the house. Coverage can be confusing, though. Each warranty is different, and each se ..

Home Warranty vs. Home Insurance: Everything You Need to Know

Friday, March 17, 2017
Have you ever wondered the difference between a home warranty and homeowner’s insurance? They certainly sound the same, right? While a home warranty and home insurance plans may seem like they’re the same, they are completely different. The coverage, cost, and terms and conditions vary exponentially. For starters, home insurance is a requirement, whereas a home warranty is simply a recommendation. Home Warranty A home warranty offers protection for your ma ..

Summer Fun Bring Extra Laundry

Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Most American families are super busy and active with fun activities over the summer...this usually means EXTRA laundry! So what would you do if your washer failed? The convenience of a THS home warranty plan can put your mind and budget at ease knowing you are covered by a trusted company and best home warranty provider. For more information on the right home warranty plan, please contact us today. ..

DIY: How to Fix a Dripping Faucet

Monday, July 11, 2016
In general, faucets and fixtures are not covered by home warranty plans. Watch this video for a detailed look on how to repair those annoying dripping faucets.  ..

What's covered by my homeowners insurance?

Wednesday, February 03, 2016
Homeowners insurance is much different than a home warranty. Your homeowners policy typically covers the following: structure of the home, personal belongings, liability protection (generally from injury, slip-and-fall, etc.), natural disasters, terrorism (an additional fee may apply), flooding, fire, and burglary just to name a few. Be sure to read your policy thoroughly and understand the unique distinctions between the two types of coverage. This is a common misconception.  ..