What's the Difference between a Home Warranty and Home Insurance?
Homeowners warranties are designed to protect your home's appliances and systems from breakdowns caused by normal wear and tear. Homeowners insurance pays for damages and loss caused by covered perils like fire and weather damage, but it won't help you if your washing machine simply breaks down.
What does a Home Warranty Cover?
A home warranty will cover your home's crucial systems and appliances, as long as they are in working order when the contract is entered into with the warranty company. Make sure you have reviewed your contract and coverage before you need it.
Make sure you're clear on:
- What is covered by the home warranty, and what is not.
- Any cap limits on coverage
- Any deductibles or trade call fees
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