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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Save Money with Total Protect Home Warranty

This is a sponsored guest post written by Total Protect Home Warranty on behalf of Total Protect Home Warranty. Post powered by Sponzai.

In challenging economic times, consumers are faced with unexpected homeowner’s expenses. These expenses may range from $100 to an excess of $4500. Homeowners may not be financially prepared to handle unexpected expenses when financial purse strings are tightened by the economy. Total Protect Home Warranty provides a solution for homeowners that need to plan for unexpected repairs with predictable costs. Each month, homeowners pay a predictable $50 to $75 per month. Each time a repair occurs, a deductible of $75 is assessed. This helps homeowners prepare for the worst.

An unexpected expense of $75 is easier to prepare for than an unexpected $4500 bill. Most homeowners can handle an occasional, unexpected $75 expense rather than a costly repair bill. This saves the homeowner time and money. If the furnace, air condition or the oven breaks, most homeowners want the appliance repaired immediately. Urgency increases, if the item breaks when it is most needed, like during the warmest summer months, the coldest winter days or while hosting Thanksgiving dinner. Fortunately Total Protect Home Warranty offers prompt service repair 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

Homeowners tend to spend more money on repairs when they need an item. A repairman is secured without thorough research in most instances, just to alleviate the problem. Homeowners without the funds may try to put the repair off and suffer through the problem. However, this often leads to health problems and other problems in the household. Home values also decrease when repairs are delayed. Delaying repair is simply not a good practice. Total Protect Home Warranty ensures that homeowners will always be able to afford repairs by a professional that is pre-qualified by Total Protect Home Warranty. Search time and stress is removed from the process of finding a repairman during an inopportune moment.

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