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From finding a repairman to covering the cost from the repairs, electrical issues can be a real aggravation. With a plan from HomeServe, you can help protect your finances and avoid paying costly covered repairs at an affordable monthly price. HomeServe has a network of licensed technicians and contractors nationwide that will assess and fix your home-repair problem, so you don’t have to worry about doing it yourself. An affordable electrical repair plan from HomeServe ensures your home system will be repaired or replaced, up to the benefit amount, regardless of age or brand.
What Is an Electrical Plan?
HomeServe offers a variety of home repairs to fit every homeowner’s budget and needs, including electrical coverage. This coverage includes faulty wiring, short or tripped circuits, detached electrical lines, loose meters and more. Having an electrical plan in place to cover repairs can help ease some of the stress when electrical problems arise.
What Do Electrical Plans from HomeServe Cover?
Depending on the electrical plan you choose, a plan from HomeServe can cover major components and parts of your interior and exterior electrical system, including the following:
- Electrical wiring and rewiring
- Faulty or damaged electrical outlets
- Broken light switches
- Faulty wiring to exhaust fan
- Other qualifying repairs to wiring
When you’re prepared with a plan from HomeServe, there’s no need for you to try to fix a covered problem yourself. HomeServe will send a local, licensed and insured technician right to your doorstep to handle your covered repair.
What Can Electrical Problems Cause?
While some electrical problems are common and easy to fix, others can be big issues to deal with, causing power outages or high electrical bills and a lot of stress for the homeowner. When you’re prepared with an electrical home warranty plan before anything goes wrong, you’ll be relieved to know that most electrical line problems will be covered up to the benefit amount.
Are Electrical Plans Worth It?
Electrical issues can occur at any time, no matter the age of your home, so when your home’s electrical system fails, you need a professional to take care of it. Your home has a complex network of electrical wiring, which is why it makes a potential electrical breakdown almost impossible to predict. Investing in the right coverage for your home electrical system will help you avoid paying out of pocket for your next covered repair.
Power failures or faulty wiring and electrical components can cause power outages. Protect yourself from the high cost of covered repairs with a home service repair plan from HomeServe.Please input a 5 digit Zip Code1
Your home's exterior electrical components can short circuit without warning. Help lighten your load against exterior electrical wiring breakdowns with an exterior electrical home warranty plan.Please input a 5 digit Zip Code1
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