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NATIONAL HOME WARRANTY DAY - February 10

NATIONAL HOME WARRANTY DAY – February 10

NATIONAL HOME WARRANTY DAY

National Home Warranty Day on February 10th reminds us to protect the vital appliances and components of our homes.

Our homes are filled with complex appliances, technology, and other components that over time can and do wear out. At any given time, one or more of our appliances can break down. When the washing machine breaks down, not only is it inconvenient, but it can be expensive. Often, another item is not far behind. Will it be the hot water heater next? Or, just in time for summer, will the central air go kaput? Each repair adds up.

A home warranty, unlike home owner’s insurance, covers repair or replacement of these items that break down due to normal wear and tear. Consider how many appliances and systems our homes require these days and protect your investments.

  • Washer
  • Dryer
  • Refrigerator
  • HVAC System
  • Stove
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Garage Door Openers

There are different types of home warranties, too. Depending on your needs, home warranties can cover a single appliance or an entire system.

HOW TO OBSERVE #HomeWarrantyDay

  • Review the value of a home warranty.
  • Learn how a policy works and what they cover.
  • If you have a home warranty, take the time to review your policy and make sure you have the right coverage for your home. Maybe you downsized or built an addition recently.
  • Share your experiences and use #HomeWarrantyDay to share on social media.

NATIONAL HOME WARRANTY DAY HISTORY

In 2016, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty created National Home Warranty Day to remind homeowners annually about the ways to protect each and every valuable component of their home.

The Registrar at National Day Calendar proclaimed the day to be observed on February 10, 2016, and each year thereafter.

Home Warranty FAQ

Q. Is a home warranty insurance?
A. No. A home warranty is different from insurance. A home warranty covers the costs of service, repair, and replacement of specific appliances or home systems due to normal wear and tear. Homeowners insurance is triggered when fire, water, or other unexpected event damages the home or items in the home.

Q. Do all home warranty companies cover the same things?
A. No. Some companies may specialize in home systems such as electrical, HVAC or security systems while others focus on appliances.