Appliance Maintenance Plan

Stay ahead of breakdowns and save

Call 1-888-507-4060 to Enroll

 

We keep your systems running smoothly!

Get peace of mind with regular maintenance visits to keep your appliances in peak operating condition. When you enroll in a plan, an experienced technician will provide two seasonal service visits—one in the spring to maintain your cooling system(s) and one in the fall to maintain your heating system(s).

 

  • Choose the right plan for your appliances:
    • Comfort Care Maintenance Plan: Covers your furnace or boiler, plus air conditioner
    • Core Care Maintenance Plan: Covers your furnace or boiler, plus air conditioner and water heater
  • We’ll service each covered appliance once per year

How does the Appliance Maintenance Plan work?


  • Just call us anytime during the dates below to schedule your maintenance visit for the season.
    • 4/1 - 6/30    Air Conditioning Maintenance
    • 8/1 - 12/30  Furnace, Boiler or Water Heater Maintenance
  • A trusted, local maintenance technician will come to your home.

  • You’ll receive a detailed list of all work performed.

  • Enjoy the season with comfort and peace of mind.

APPLIANCE MAINTENANCE YOU CAN COUNT ON



Choose the right plan for you

 

Comfort Care Maintenance Plan
$18.99/month (63¢ per day)

Covers your furnace or boiler, plus air conditioner.


 

Core Care Maintenance Plan
$21.99/month (73¢ per day)

Covers your furnace or boiler, plus air conditioner and water heater.

Be prepared for the unexpected. Add on the Appliance Service Plan and know you have someone to call 24/7 if your appliances break down.

The Benefits of Preventative Appliance Maintenance

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    Enhance efficiency

     

  • Avoid unexpected breakdowns

  • Prevent safety hazards

  • Extend appliance lifespan

 

Frequently Asked Questions


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Call 1-888-507-4060 to enroll in the Appliance Maintenance Plan today!


For full information about the plan, please read our Terms and Conditions. The Appliance Service Plan and Appliance Maintenance Plan is not regulated by the Michigan Public Service Commission.