Q. What is a home warranty plan?
A home warranty is a service agreement that provides repair or replacement of your homes major systems and appliances that fail due to normal wear and tear. Be sure to check our user agreement for certain limitations and exclusions apply.
Q. Do I need a home warranty if I have a home insurance policy?
A typical home insurance policy covers damages to the structure of the home which can happen from accidents such as fire, wind, flooding, and other natural disasters. Pride home warranty can cover your major household appliances and systems that fail due to normal wear and tear.
Q. Can I purchase the agreement by myself, or does it have to be part of closing?
You can purchase a plan at any time for your home.
Q. How much does a Pride Home Warranty cost?
Q. When does coverage begin?
Coverage begins 30 days from enrollment and receipt of applicable contract fees. We reserve the right to waive/reduce the 30-day grace period so long as you provide proof or prior coverage, showing no lapse of coverage, from another reputable home warranty provider.
Q. Is there a fee to transfer a policy?
No, there is no fee to transfer your home warranty.
Q. How do I transfer my policy to a new homeowner?
If your covered property is sold during the term of the agreement, let us know the change in ownership, and submit the name of the new owner by calling us or sending us an email anytime. Contact Us
Q. Can I renew each year?
Yes, the agreement may be renewable. In that event, you will be notified of the prevailing rate and terms of renewal.
Q. What happens if a covered system or appliance cannot be repaired?
If the covered system or appliance can't be fixed, then we will replace the unit subject to the terms, conditions, and limitations set forth in your service agreement.