Interior Plumbing & Drainage Repair Plan

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Owning a home can bring plenty of joy and a sense of independence but many homeowners know that it can come with a set of challenges too. Homeowners are responsible for unexpected home repair issues, including problems with their interior drainage system and plumbing system.

That’s why HomeServe offers interior plumbing and drainage system coverage so when a plumbing pipe emergency occurs, you don’t have to overpay a plumber to fix it.

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What Is an Interior Plumbing & Drainage Repair Plan?

Interior drain repair plans are designed to help you deal with repairs to your drainage system. Your home contains a network of pipes to bring water into it and to drain wastewater away to the sewer line. Problems with your interior drainage system can cause sewage backups, clogs, and extensive damage if they are not quickly addressed. With an interior drainage repair plan, you can have the coverage you need to handle these types of situations and protect you from the cost of plumbing home emergencies.

What Do Interior Plumbing & Drainage Repair Plans From HomeServe Cover?

The ​interior drainage repair plan from HomeServe​ covers the following types of drainage and plumbing problems including:

  • Leaks in the hot water heater supply pipe
  • Replacements or repairs of interior water pipes that have burst
  • Leaks in the wax seal
  • Clogged drains causing toilet or sink backups
  • Blocked drains
  • Up to 25 feet of repairs to drain lines

Homeowners are generally responsible for repairs to the drainage and plumbing system inside of their homes. When a problem occurs, this means that you will have to call for service and pay for the repairs. If you have an interior plumbing and drainage plan in place prior to a breakdown, payment for these services may be provided by your coverage from HomeServe.

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What Can Interior Plumbing & Drainage Problems Cause?

Interior plumbing problems can cause extensive damage if they are not promptly addressed. Some of the types of problems that interior plumbing issues can cause include the following:

  • Mold
  • Water stains on ceilings and walls
  • Leaks
  • Burst pipes
  • Damage to walls
  • Slow or stopped drains
  • Sewage odors indoors
  • Increased water bills

When you have a home repair plan from HomeServe and a plumbing pipe breaks, you’ll call our 24/7 repair hotline and we’ll send a plumbing professional to address the plumbing and drainage problems in your home. Let us worry about finding a plumber for you.

Are Interior Plumbing & Drainage Repair Plans Worth It?

Since interior drainage and plumbing problems are common but expensive, it makes sense to have an interior drainage repair plan in place. When you do, you don’t have to worry about coming up with hundreds of dollars to pay for the services of aprofessional plumber for any covered repairs. Having a plan also gives you peace of mind that your plumbing pipe problems will be addressed quickly and correctly so that damage to your home can be avoided.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Is water and sewer line protection worth it?

    Another coverage option that you might want to consider is water and sewer line protection, which goes hand and hand with the interior plumbing and drainage plan. This plan protects your exterior water and sewer lines. The ​ exterior pipe plan from HomeServe can also provide you with the coverage you need to protect your plumbing pipes.

  • How do I find my drainage plan?

    To find a drainage plan, enter your ZIP code on HomeServe to receive a quote for plans that are available in your area. You can also review the different home systems we cover on our ​ home repair plans page.

  • Are sewer leaks covered by homeowners' insurance?

    Many homeowners mistakenly believe that sewer leaks are covered by their homeowners' insurance. However, sewer lines on your property that are damaged from normal wear and tear are generally not covered by a homeowners' basic insurance policy. Homeowners are responsible for the sewer line from where it enters their property and up to and inside of their homes.

What HomeServe Customers Have to Say

  • Phoenix, Ariz. (Christina)

    “One of the best technicians I have had. He was very knowledgeable and helpful.”

  • Phoenix, Ariz. (Dale)

    “Great service. The technician was friendly and did an excellent job. He took the time to answer all my questions.”

  • Norwalk, CT (Andrea)

    “Great communication. Punctual and professional

  • Floral Park, NY (Rosalie)

    “Immediate response and respect from the technician. The repair was done quickly. I could not be more pleased. Thank you!”

Disclaimer: Coverage not available everywhere. Plan benefits, limitations and exclusions vary. To find specific plans available in your area, please use the zip-in feature on our site.

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