Getting the Most From Your Appliances

What They Don’t Tell You About Owning a Home


One thing many homeowners don’t always realize is this — their appliances will one day break down. It’s a fact.


That’s why having the Appliance Service Plan is so important.


To learn more about the Appliance Service Plan, call 1-800-230-1397.

WHEN WILL YOUR APPLIANCES BREAK DOWN?

Appliance Failure Rate Within the First 4 Years


Side-by-side refrigerator freezer with builtin ice maker 36%
Refrigerator with top or bottom freezer 28%
Front-loading clothes washing machine 25%
Dishwasher 20%
Source: huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/19/why-appliances-need-repai_n_1778690.html

WHY YOU NEED THE APPLIANCE SERVICE PLAN

AVOID UNEXPECTED APPLIANCE REPAIR COSTS

Average Cost for a New Appliance


24% of American adults do not have enough money set aside to cover an unplanned appliance purchase.

32% of people between the ages of 53 and 62 have $0 in their emergency savings.*

If an appliance broke down and you had to replace it, here’s what you can expect to pay:**

  • ENERGY STAR® appliance: $200 to $3,500
  • Custom built-in appliances: $1,000 to $10,000
  • High-end store-bought appliances: $300 to $5,000
  • Budget outlet appliances: $100 to $2,000

The Appliance Service Plan takes the worry out of appliance repair and it helps protect your budget from unexpected repair bills or replacement costs.

* cnbc.com/2017/06/20/about-57-million-americans-have-no-emergency-savings.html

** consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2014/02/repair-or-replace/index.html

The Appliance Service Plan Gives You Peace of Mind


It’s appliance protection you can count on

When an appliance breaks down, you’ll know who to call. The Appliance Service Plan gives you 24/7 protection.

Plus, it pays for 100% of your covered labor, parts and repairs. And you can schedule a repair with a single phone call.

GET THE PLAN NOW

Ready to learn more? Give us a call at 800-230-1397.


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