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SquareTrade 3-Year Appliances Warranty ($200-250 Items)

October 14, 2011

SquareTrade 3-Year Appliances Warranty (0-250 Items)

  • Coverage: 3 years of mechanical and electrical failures from normal use, starting from item purchase date.
  • Claims:� SquareTrade will fix the item or pay you the full replacement cost of the item.� Zero Deductibles.
  • Service: In-home service for large appliances. Smaller appliances get free 2-way shipping to depot.
  • Common Major Appliance failures include electrical engine failure, broken pumps and valves, boiler failure, broken seals and pulleys, water dispense and ice maker malfunctions.
  • No Paper: SquareTrade will email your contract within 24 hours and let you store your receipts with us for a paperless claims process. You will not be mailed a contract.

SquareTrade Care Plans are great value and cost 70% lower on average than traditional warranties.� Upon purchase, you will get an email confirmation.� You will not be mailed a paper contract.� If you have questions, please call: 1.877.WARRANTY.

List Price: $ 32.99

Price: $ 32.99

Total Protect Home Warranty- Homeowner’s Dream

Owning a home can come with many responsibilities including upkeep of the home, remodeling, and yard work. However, unexpected expenses arrive at the most inconvenient times of the day or night. What happens if a major appliance goes out all of a sudden and the homeowner does not have thousands of dollars to repair the appliance? Many people are put in a bind and do not know what to do about the situation. The solution to the problem is purchasing Total Protect Home Warranty appliance warranty.

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When one purchases this warranty they will be required to pay a very low monthly fee. This generally runs about to per month. For this low rate plus a service charge per visit, all of the appliances in a home can be covered. This means everything from refrigerators and stoves, to ceiling fans and plumbing. Don’t be embarrassed when the stove breaks down in the middle of a large family dinner. Simply call the toll free number that is provided to the homeowner and assistance will come rapidly. Furthermore, pools, air conditioners, and furnaces are covered under this policy.

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Service technicians with Total Protect Home Warranty guarantee all of their work. If the appliance does not run properly after a service call, simply call TotalProtect again, and avoid paying the service fee again. Customer satisfaction is very important to this company. Customers can call a technician at any time of the day or night and expect speedy service. The service charge for most visits is or below. This is an excellent deal to ensure that one’s appliances are insured at all times. It is much easier to come up with a service charge than it is to pay thousands of dollars for a new appliance. Total Protect Home Warranty is perfect for all homeowners.

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With TotalProtect, if your air conditioning system breaks down in the middle of the night, or your refrigerator stops working as you’re filling it with groceries, you now have someone to call. TotalProtect has you covered – for both emergency and routine repairs.Homeownership is one of life’s joys. It can also require costly repairs as major systems and appliances such as heating systems and ovens age and break down.

classic cars for scrap
Appliance Warranties

Image by Joost J. Bakker IJmuiden
Old cars rusting away
A breaker’s yard in the UK, showing cars stacked on metal frames to make it easier to find and remove usable parts.
Crushed cars stored at a scrapyardA scrapyard (British English) or junkyard (American English) (also called wreck yard, wrecker’s yard, salvage yard, breakers yard, dismantler and scrapheap), is the location of a dismantling business where wrecked or decommissioned vehicles are brought, their usable parts are sold for use in operating vehicles, while the unusable metal parts, known as scrap metal parts, are sold to metal-recycling companies

Types of wreck yardsFurther information: Aircraft boneyard
Further information: Ship breaking
The most common type of wreck yards are automobile wreck yards, but junkyards for motorcycles, bicycles, small planes and boats exist too.

Scrap YardFurther information: Scrap Yard
A scrap yard is a recycling center which buys and sells scrap metal. Scrap yards are effectively a scrap metal brokerage.Scrap yards typically buy any base metal, for example: iron, steel, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, zinc, nickel and lead would all be found at a modern day scrap yard. Scrap yards will often buy electronics, appliances, and metal vehicles. Scrap yards will sell their accumulations of metals either to refineries or larger scrap brokers. Metal theft is committed so thieves can sell stolen copper or other stolen valuable metals to scrap yards.

OperationSee also: Vehicle recycling
Many salvage yards operate on a local level�when an automobile is severely damaged, is malfunctioning beyond repair, or not worth the repair, the owner may sell it to a junkyard; in some cases�as when the car has become disabled in a place where derelict cars are not allowed to be left�the car owner will pay the wrecker to haul the car away. The salvage yard will usually tow the vehicle from its location to the yard. At the salvage yard the automobiles are typically arranged in rows, often stacked on top of one another. Inventories are kept in the office, as to the usable parts in each car, as well as the car’s location in the yard. Most yards have computerized inventory systems.

In recent years it has become common to use satellite part finder services to contact multiple salvage yards from a single source. In the 20th century these were call centres that charged a premium rate for calls and compiled a facsimile that was sent to various salvage yards so they could respond directly if the part was in stock. Many of these are now Web-based with requests for parts being e-mailed instantly.

A "you pull it" scrapyard in the US
Loading a barge in New YorkOften parts for which there is high demand are removed from cars and brought to the salvage yard’s warehouse. Then a customer who asks for a specific part can get it immediately, without having to wait for the salvage yard employees to remove that part. Some salvage yards expect customers to remove the part themselves, or allow this at a substantially reduced price compared to having the junkyard’s staff remove it. This style of yard is often referred to as a "You Pull It" yard. However, it is more common for a customer to call in and inquire whether the specific item he needs is available. If the yard has the requested item, the customer is usually asked to leave a deposit and to come to pick up the part at a later time. The part is typically installed by the customer or agent ("the customer’s mechanic"); however, some salvage yards also provide installation services.

The parts typically dismantled from automobiles are any small and easily removable items, such as the light assemblies (commonly known as just "lights", e.g. headlights, blinkers, taillights), seats, parts of the exhaust system, mirrors etc. However, in many instances, major parts such as the engine and transmission are removed and sold, usually to auto-parts companies that will rebuild the part and resell it with a warranty. Other, usually very large, junkyards will rebuild and sell such parts themselves. Unbroken windshields and windows may also be removed intact and resold to car-owners needing replacements. Some salvage yards will keep older cars in good body condition and sell them to amateur car builders and collectors, who will restore ("rebuild") the car for their own entertainment. These cars are known as "rebuilders."

Once vehicles in a wrecking yard have no more usable parts, the hulks are usually sold to a scrap-metal processor, who will usually crush the bodies on-site at the yard’s premises using a mobile baling press or flattener, with final disposal occurring within a hammer mill which literally smashes the vehicle remains into fist sized chunks.

Many consumers prefer to rely on such environmentally friendly systems, as using vehicle parts which are already manufactured and perfectly adequate reduces pollution and expense.

Question by g: Has anyone ever purchased a homeowners appliance insurance?
I’m not talking about extended warranties on appliances but rather a company that sells insurance that covers every major appliances in the home such as refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, central air conditioning, etc regardless of the age of the appliance or home. If so can you please recommend a reputable company you’ve had a positive experience with?

Best answer:

Answer by cherie4803
First American Home Buyer at homewarranty.firstam.com.
We’ve used their company, and haven’t had any problems.

Give your answer to this question below!

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