Fixing broken appliances can be expensive

We've got budget-friendly plans to help you save money

Enroll now!

A choice of Appliance Service Plans
to fit your budget, and your life

When your fridge, stove, air conditioner, furnace or any other key appliances break down
life gets disrupted. It's up to you to find a reliable repair service and pay unexpected one-off
repair costs.

A smarter way? With the Appliance Service Plan you're covered:

  • 24/7 access to representatives to schedule service calls
  • Priority scheduling for heating and cooling emergencies
  • If your appliance breaks, we'll send an experienced local technician right to your door.


  • Your covered appliance breaks down, you call us anytime, 24/7.

  • We'll send a local, professional technician to repair your appliance.

  • You'll be back up and running, with no separate fees for parts or labor.

Have a question? Give us a call at 1-888-507-4060.


Have a question? Give us a call at 1-888-507-4060.

Our 4 most popular plans

Essential Care

Covers furnace and water heater - keeping you comfortable year 'round.

Premium Care

Covers your six most important
appliances – for year ‘round peace
of mind.

Comfort Care

Covers furnace and central AC – stay reliably
cozy, and comfortably cool.

Whole Home Care

Our most popular plan.
Covers 11 key appliances – our most
complete, worry-free plan ever.

This is just a few of our budget-friendly plans.

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Gas Line and Surge Protection

Gas Line Protection $4.99/mo.

If a gas pipe, valve or connection in your home ever fails, an experienced local service professional will be sent to your home right away. Repairs, parts, and labor are covered under your plan.

Surge Protection $8.99/mo.

In the event that covered electronics or appliances are damaged by a power surge, call us and you'll be reimbursed for the full replacement value of the items (up to $4,000).

For full information about the plan, please read our Terms and Conditions. Appliance Service Plan, Gas Line Protection and Surge Protection are not regulated by the Michigan Public Service Commission.