CENTURY 21 Town & Country has partnered with American Home Shield to provide the best home warranty services possible.
What is a home warranty?
A home warranty is a service contract that covers the repair or replacement of many of the most frequently occurring breakdowns of home system components and appliances.
Why do I need one?
Your home is most likely one of your biggest investments. Unexpected repair or replacement costs can easily strain your budget. Plus, finding an approved and insured contractor to solve your problem can be stressful and inconvenient. A home warranty cannot prevent systems or appliances from breaking down, but it can help make covered repairs or replacement easier and less costly.
Sooner or later, everything wears out. Are you protected?
Home Warranty vs. Homeowner Insurance
A home warranty is a one year renewable service contract that covers the repairs or replacement of many of the most frequently occurring breakdowns of home system components and appliances.
A homeowner or hazard insurance is a type of property insurance that covers private homes. It requires that at least one of the named insured occupies the home. It is an insurance policy that combines various personal insurance protections, which can include losses occurring to one's home, its contents, loss of its use, or loss of other personal possession of the homeowner, as well as liability insurance for accidents that may happen at the home.
So don't just cross your fingers and hope nothing will break down due to normal wear and tear…read more about home warranties from American Home Shield®.
AHS® Home Warranty available for all life's events
Many people are not aware of home warranties until they are involved in a real estate transaction, but AHS® offers its home warranty directly to you regardless.
Selling your house
Buying a house
Currently living in a home – A home warranty from AHS® allows you to focus on more important things in life than repairs.
Rental property or vacation home – An AHS® Home Warranty is convenient for those with tenants who like to request service in the middle of the night.
Taking care of a parent or your child's home – An AHS® Home Warranty can't prevent system or appliances from breaking down, but it can help make covered repairs or replacements easier and less costly.
AHS® is a nationwide provider – just tell us where your home is located.
Comprehensive plans... Regardless of age, make, model, or dwelling type
The covered items must be domestic grade and in good working order at time of purchase. Commercial grade items are only covered when they are specified by the manufacturer for use in a residential application.
Consider your dwelling type - AHS® has a home warranty for your residential dwelling and does not require the dwelling to be owner-occupied. Residential dwelling must be under 10,000 square feet – types include single-family homes, new construction, condominiums, townhouses, mobile homes and multiunit dwellings.
Since your home is one of your biggest investments, it only makes sense to protect it. Right?
Most often used systems and appliances
AHS® covers many of the most frequently used items – items we as homeowners take for granted until something breaks down.
Customize your coverage – Select from many packages available for your dwelling and life's events. Whether you are going through a real estate transaction or a current homeowner, AHS® has a home warranty plan for you. Several option packages and single item options are available to customize your plan to fit your individual budget and lifestyle. No home inspection necessary!
Did you know that there is a 60% chance that a major system or appliance in your home will fail in the next year?
More complex and costly to repair and replace
Average retail replacement costs – Systems and appliances are becoming more and more complex, making them more costly to repair and replace. Check out some of the average retail repair and replacement costs for many common home systems and appliances.
An AHS® Home Warranty can be a helpful financial management tool. It helps protect you against many of the costs associated with repairs and replacements that could put a serious dent in your budget.