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Manufactured Home Warranty Plans Guard Against Costly Unexpected Repairs


There are many advantages to purchasing a manufactured home instead of a traditional foundation-style home. One of those is that you can purchase warranty plans and service plans, much as you would for an automobile or camper. When shopping for manufactured home warranty plans, you will find that there are a few factors to consider to ensure that you are purchasing the right product at the best price.

You can purchase a home protection plan from American Home Shield for your manufactured or modular home, or even for your traditional home. Their plan covers almost all of your major appliances and system components. Purchasing a plan for your home can make it easier to sell, and if you are purchasing anew home, an extended warranty plan will protect you against surprises after the sale. To learn more or to get a quote on a new plan, you can visit ahs.com.

The home warranty products available at manfacturedhomewarranty.com are designed specifically to provide insurance against large repair bills for owners of mobile homes and manufactured homes. It is different from homeowners insurance, which covers damage due to fire, theft, or natural disaster; your insurance will not cover the replacement of a broken air conditioner or a faulty plumbing system repair. Their website offers an easy application for a quote on a new policy.

Blue Ribbon Home Warranty is one of the top companies for manufactured home warranty plans. You will find at blueribbonhomewarranty.com that they offer coverage of your home’s major appliances and home systems, usually for less than a dollar a day. In the long run, this kind of coverage can save money on costly repair bills that are almost always unplanned and unexpected. This company covers homes all over the state of Colorado.

Liberty Home Protection offers warranty plans for mobile homes, traditional homes, condominiums, and more. They offer total protection of your home systems and appliances, and they have a network of over 25,000 service technicians all over the country to ensure that you can easily receive prompt, expert service from qualified and approved professionals. You can find additional information and request a quote online at libertyhomeprotection.com.

For $21.00 or $36.00 per month, you can cover your home appliances and systems with a top rate warranty plan from First American Home Buyers Protection Corporation. You can add coverage for such amenities as home spas, well pumps, and central air for an additional cost. All costs and details about what is covered under each plan can be found at findhomewarranty.com. They offer annual contracts, with some changes and limitations based on your state of residency.

If you are seeking a warranty plan that is designed specifically to cover your mobile home or trailer, you will want to look at the products available through MH Insurance Pro. They offer insurance policies for RV’s, rental homes, second homes, manufactured homes, and more. In addition, you have the option to purchase an extended warranty plan that will cover the appliances and systems inside the home that are not traditionally covered by homeowners’ policies. You can learn more or request a quote at mhinsurancepro.com.

Another excellent resource for optimal home protection is Apollo Insurance Service. This one company offers disaster insurance, mortgage protection, and home warranties. They cover traditional homes, condos, and manufactured homes. They even offer an upgraded warranty plan that includes four free maintenance visits each year to keep your appliances in superior condition, and preventing the need for repairs in the future. To request a quote or learn more about the services available through Apollo, you can visit apolloinsuranceservices.com.

At 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, you can find the home warranty plan that is perfect for your situation. There are warranty plans available for those purchasing new manufactured homes or who are having a home built. Other warranty plans cover remodels and home improvements, while still other plans are designed simply for owners of manufactured homes who would like to prevent the unexpected expenses of appliance and home system repairs. You can request a quote for a warranty plan contract at 2-10.com.

RAM Home Warranty Services cover major appliances and home systems, including central air conditioning systems, interior plumbing and electrical systems, garage door openers, built in kitchen appliances, and more. You can add optional coverage on other amenities, including pool and spa equipment, some roof repair, and septic tank pumping. You can learn about everything that is covered under the one-year contracts available when you visit them online at ramhomewarranty.com.

Perhaps now more than ever, home buyers are finding great deals by purchasing foreclosed properties. If you have found a foreclosed manufactured or modular home, you will definitely want to purchase a home warranty plan to protect against the unknown. These homes are often sold “as is,” and a home warranty from a company like Allied Home Warranty will guard you against appliance repairs, system repairs, and even pest control issues. You can request a quote at alliedhomewarranty.com.


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