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PremierHeat & Cool PLUS

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Why choose this plan:

  • Unlimited annual benefit amount
  • Cooling System Coverage: Unlimited service calls (Unlimited per call)
  • Cooling Tune-up: 1 service calls ($500 per call)
  • Heating System Coverage: Unlimited service calls (Unlimited per call)
  • Heating System Tune-Up: 1 service calls ($500 per call)
  • Water Heater: Unlimited service calls (Unlimited per call)
  • Water Heater Tune-Up: 1 service calls ($500 per call)
  • 10-day wait applies
  • One-year guarantee on all covered repairs

What's covered

  • Condensate pumps
  • High and low pressure switches
  • Direct drive blower wheel
  • Run and start capacitors
  • Thermal expansion valves
  • Aquastat
  • Blower Motor
  • Circulator Motor
  • Circulator Pump
  • Thermostat
  • Circuit boards
  • Condenser fan motors and blades
  • Filter dryers
  • External crank case heaters
  • Service port valve caps
  • Time delay controls
  • Schrader type valve cores
  • One annual Cooling and Heating tune-up

Most heating and central A/C components cost hundred of dollars to replace.*

How a heating and cooling system failure can affect your home:

  • freon or coolant leak can prevent cool air from flowing in your home
  • circuit board failure can cause the breaker to keep tripping
  • blower motor failure can mean the system won't supply enough heat
  • a bad condenser can cause the fan to blow but not cool

It can be a major inconvenience when your heating or central A/C system fails and finding a qualified professional to address the problem quickly can be time consuming and costly. Get reliable comfort with an affordable repair plan from HomeServe and get access to our 24/7 hotline where you can schedule a repair for your heating and cooling system.

*HomeServe national average repair costs as of March 2018. No charge for covered repairs up to the annual benefit.

Overview

Even if you've never had a problem with your heating or cooling system, they can still break down without warning. Heating and cooling systems deteriorate over time. Many factors contribute to system breakdowns – things such as normal wear and tear, including age and lack of regular maintenance, to name a few.

PremierHeat & Cool PLUS Plan from HomeServe, which provides an unlimited annual benefit amount for covered repairs, unlimited number of service calls and extensive parts coverage with $0 deductible and NO additional bills to pay for covered repairs.This optional plan includes an annual tune-up for both your heating and cooling systems, plus water heater repair protection.

Important coverage information

Eligible

  • An owner of a residential single structure, or a unit within a structure, that is not intended to be moved
Additional limitations apply. See more. See less

Not Eligible

  • Recreational vehicles or homes on wheels and properties used for commercial purposes
  • Water heaters that are commercial grade, greater than 95,000 Btu/hr, larger than 100 gallons, tankless, solar, or geothermal, oil, hanging, or combination home heating/domestic hot water.
  • Cooling systems that use refrigerant other than R-22 or similar, R410a or have non-compliant components, or exceed 5 tons capacity, or are ammonia cooling, window, through the wall, hanging, geothermal heat pump, or combination ambient heat/domestic hot water heating units.
  • Heating systems with a furnace or boiler that is rated at inputs of 400,000 Btu/hr. or more; or is a rooftop, through-the-wall, hanging, geothermal heat pump, combination ambient heat/domestic hot water heating, or oil.
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Exclusions

  • Cooling System: Refrigerant conversions. All systems: Sheet metal work; cleaning of furnaces, steam systems, boiler water tubes and tankless water heater heaters; the replacement of furnaces, boilers, boiler sections, humidifiers, air cleaners, and water heaters; bearings, compressors, condensers, condenser coils, evaporators/A-Coils (including cleaning); electrical wiring; the repair of non-visible refrigerant leaks; A and B valves; power venters; primary gas shutoff valves; and more than 3 heating zones. Additional exclusions apply.
Additional limitations apply. See more. See less
Eligibility: An owner of a residential single structure, or a unit within a structure, that is not intended to be moved may be eligible for coverage. If you do not buy a plan for every water heater, cooling or heating system you own, you must designate at enrollment the system(s) your plan covers, or the plan will cover the first system(s) for which you make a service call. If you own a multi-family home or multiple housing units, you must provide the specific mailing address for each service agreement you purchase. You are not eligible if your multi-family home has more than 3 housing units, your property is used for commercial purposes; you know of any current problems with your system(s) before enrollment; or your system(s) is shared with a 3rd party or covered by a homeowner's association or the like. Water Heater: Water heaters that are commercial grade, greater than 95,000 Btu/hr, larger than 100 gallons, tankless, solar, or geothermal, oil, hanging, or combination home heating/domestic hot water are not eligible for this portion of coverage.Cooling System: Cooling systems that use refrigerant other than R-22 or similar, R410a or have non-compliant components, or exceed 5 tons capacity, or are ammonia cooling, window, through the wall, hanging, geothermal heat pump, or combination ambient heat/domestic hot water heating units are not eligible for this portion of coverage.Heating System: Heating systems with a furnace or boiler that is rated at inputs of 400,000 Btu/hr. or more; or is a rooftop, through-the-wall, hanging, geothermal heat pump, combination ambient heat/domestic hot water heating, or oil unit are not eligible for this portion of coverage.
Benefit Details: Coverage provides, up to the applicable benefit limit, to repair system(s) for which you have sole responsibility, that are damaged due to normal wear and tear, not accident or negligence. Water Heater: The following broken or failed parts of your electric, natural gas, atmospheric, power-direct-vent, power vent, or direct-vent water heater: drain off valves, flame sensors, galvanized flue piping, gas valves, pilot assembly, pilot generators, pilot safeties, pilot tubing, pressure switches, relays, T and P relief valves, thermocouples, unitrols, and vacuum relief valves. Cooling System: The following broken or failed parts of your electric central air conditioning system: thermostats, safety limits, blower motors, circuit boards, clean and repair visible and accessible condensate lines, condensate pumps, cleaning of condenser coils, condenser fan motors and blades, contactor relays, direct drive blower wheels, filter dryers, electrical switches, external crank case heaters, fuses, original hard start kits, high and low pressure switches, motor contactors, run and start capacitors, service port valve caps, sight glasses, thermal expansion valves, time delay controls, transformers, Schrader type valve cores, and visible refrigerant leaks. Heating System: The following broken or failed parts of your natural gas heating system (and up to 3 heating zones): air eliminators (#67), aquastats and wells, automatic water feeders, barometric diverters, belt drive blowers, belts, blower motors, capacitors, circuit boards, circulator motors, circulator pumps, clutch couplings and impellers (up to 2), direct drive blower wheels, draft inducers and motors, drain-off valves, electrical switches for house heaters only, electronic spark modules, extrol tanks, fan and limit controls, filtrol tanks, flame rollout switches, flame sensors, flame spreaders, flue pipe sleeves, galvanized flue piping, gas controls, gas valves, gauge glass and washers, generator leads, horizontal diverters, limit controls, low water cut-offs and drain valves, motorized flue dampers, pigtails, pilot burners, pilot orifices, pilot safeties, pilot tubing, pressure differential switches, pressure gauges, pressure relief valves, regulators, relays, ignition electrodes, ignition rods, ignition wires, spill switches, steam pop safety valves, steam pressure controls, T and P relief valves, thermocouples, thermostats, transformers, vertical diverters, wheel cages, and zone valve heads. Tune-Ups:You are entitled to one annual cooling and heating system tune-up, which must be scheduled by you. Cooling system tune-ups are available between March 1 and May 31; heating system tune-ups are available between February 1 and September 30. Tune-ups requested outside this time frame are subject to an additional fee. If your covered repair included a tune-up, you will not receive another annual tune-up to your repaired system until renewal.
Not covered: Damage from accidents, negligence or otherwise caused by you, others or unusual circumstances. Cooling System: Refrigerant conversions. All Systems: Sheet metal work; cleaning of furnaces, steam systems, boiler water tubes and tankless water heater heaters; the replacement of furnaces, boilers, boiler sections, humidifiers, air cleaners, and water heaters; bearings, compressors, condensers, condenser coils, evaporators/A-Coils (including cleaning); electrical wiring; the repair of non-visible refrigerant leaks; A and B valves; power venters; primary gas shutoff valves; and more than 3 heating zones. Additional exclusions apply.
Making a Service Call: Your plan starts the day your enrollment is processed. There is an initial 10-day waiting period before you can make a service call, giving you less than 12 full months of coverage during the first year. Upon renewal/reactivation (if applicable), there is no waiting period.
Cancellation: If you cancel within 30 days of your start date, you will get a full refund (less claims paid or tune-up provided, where applicable). Cancellations after the first 30 days will result in a pro-rata refund (less claims paid or tune-up provided, where applicable).
Renewal: Your coverage is based on an annual contract. For credit card or debit card customers: regardless of the payment frequency you select, your service agreement will be automatically renewed annually on the same payment terms you selected, at the then-current renewal price. HomeServe is an independent company, separate from your local utility and community, providing emergency home repair services and protection solutions to homeowners across the U.S.

Frequently asked questions

When can I make a service call?
Your plan starts the day your enrollment is processed. There is an initial 10-day waiting period before you can make a service call, giving you less than 12 full months of coverage during the first year. Upon renewal/reactivation (if applicable), there is no waiting period.
What should I know about the Heating System coverage?
What's covered: The following broken or failed parts of your natural gas heating system (and up to 3 heating zones): air eliminators (#67), aquastats and wells, automatic water feeders, barometric diverters, belt drive blowers, belts, blower motors, capacitors, circuit boards, circulator motors, circulator pumps, clutch couplings and impellers (up to 2), direct drive blower wheels, draft inducers and motors, drain-off valves, electrical switches for house heaters only, electronic spark modules, extrol tanks, fan and limit controls, filtrol tanks, flame rollout switches, flame sensors, flame spreaders, flue pipe sleeves, galvanized flue piping, gas controls, gas valves, gauge glass and washers, generator leads, horizontal diverters, limit controls, low water cut-offs and drain valves, motorized flue dampers, pigtails, pilot burners, pilot orifices, pilot safeties, pilot tubing, pressure differential switches, pressure gauges, pressure relief valves, regulators, relays, ignition electrodes, ignition rods, ignition wires, spill switches, steam pop safety valves, steam pressure controls, T and P relief valves, thermocouples, thermostats, transformers, vertical diverters, wheel cages, and zone valve heads. Not Covered: Sheet metal work; cleaning of furnaces, steam systems, boiler water tubes and tankless water heater heaters; the replacement of furnaces, boilers, boiler sections, humidifiers, air cleaners, and water heaters; bearings, compressors, condensers, condenser coils, evaporators/A-Coils (including cleaning); electrical wiring; the repair of non-visible refrigerant leaks; A and B valves; power venters; primary gas shutoff valves; and more than 3 heating zones.
What should I know about the Cooling System coverage?
What's covered: The following broken or failed parts of your electric central air conditioning system: thermostats, safety limits, blower motors, circuit boards, clean and repair visible and accessible condensate lines, condensate pumps, cleaning of condenser coils, condenser fan motors and blades, contactor relays, direct drive blower wheels, filter dryers, electrical switches, external crank case heaters, fuses, original hard start kits, high and low pressure switches, motor contactors, run and start capacitors, service port valve caps, sight glasses, thermal expansion valves, time delay controls, transformers, Schrader type valve cores, and visible refrigerant leaks. Not covered: Refrigerant conversions. Sheet metal work; cleaning of furnaces, steam systems, boiler water tubes and tankless water heater heaters; the replacement of furnaces, boilers, boiler sections, humidifiers, air cleaners, and water heaters; bearings, compressors, condensers, condenser coils, evaporators/A-Coils (including cleaning); electrical wiring; the repair of non-visible refrigerant leaks; A and B valves; power venters; primary gas shutoff valves; and more than 3 heating zones.
What should I know about the Tune-Up coverage?
What's covered: You are entitled to one annual cooling and heating system tune-up, which must be scheduled by you. Cooling system tune-ups are available between March 1 and May 31; heating system tune-ups are available between February 1 and September 30. Tune-ups requested outside this time frame are subject to an additional fee. Not covered: If your covered repair included a tune-up, you will not receive another annual tune-up to your repaired system until renewal.
Who are NY repairs conducted by?
HomeServe USA Energy Services, LLC, Nassau County HIC Lic. # H36015000 & H36015001. Suffolk Lic. # 51571-RE, 51572-RE, 51573-RP, 51574-RP, & 52362-H. Where required by law, a local licensed contractor will handle certain portions of the work. NYC HIC Lic. # 1464692-DCA. HomeServe PH NYC, 4295 Arthur Kill Rd, Staten Island, NY, Aaron Shakarchi, NYC Plumber Lic. #2231. HomeServe PH LI, 1307 Manatuck Blvd, Bay Shore, NY 11706, Nassau County HIC Lic. # H36421000, Tim Christie, MP Lic. # 121-P, 2717, 0804 PR, B80804NR, 804, 1923, 869, 361, 9546, 2016-089, 6768, 4978, 215, 156, 41330, PL-2018-35, M000234, & 121-P.

HomeServe USA Repair Management Corp. (“HomeServe”), with corporate offices located at 601 Merritt 7, 6th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851, is an independent company separate from PSEG WorryFree Long Island LLC (“PSEG WorryFree”), PSEG WorryFree LLC and PSEG Long Island LLC.  HomeServe offers these optional service plans as an authorized representative of the service contract provider, North American Warranty, Inc., 175 West Jackson Blvd., Chicago, IL 60604. PSEG WorryFree LLC and PSEG WorryFree Long Island LLC are separate legal entities from PSEG Long Island LLC.  Customers of PSEG Long Island have no obligation to purchase services from HomeServe and their decision whether or not to purchase has no effect on their electric service from PSEG Long Island, or its cost. This is a service contract, with repairs performed by licensed contractors.

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