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RVers Seek Ways to Protect Their Home While on the Road

RVers Seek Ways to Protect Their Home While on the Road

An increasing number of homeowners are turning to home warranties in an effort to protect themselves from unforeseen expenses resulting from home appliance and systems failures. While many homeowners' policies may cover the home in the event of fire, flood, or other natural disasters, it does not protect the vital appliances and systems inside the home. With typical repair or replacement costs for these mishaps totaling hundreds or thousands of dollars, the last thing an RVer wants after returning home is to be greeted with a hefty bill to fix a major home system. Since home warranties serve as a way to protect homeowners from costly expenses, those covered can rest easy knowing that should their home system or appliance should break down while on the road, they only need to contact their service provider. A technician will be sent out right away. RVers are also finding that in most cases, if an appliance or system can't be fixed, the home warranty will pay to replace it with a new one with similar features and quality.

Most homes' major systems include electrical, plumbing, air conditioning, and heating, while appliances include refrigerator, dishwasher, oven/range, and clothes washer and dryer. For more information about TotalProtect Home Warranty, a service endorsed by the Good Sam Club, and for details on how you can review TotalProtect's many benefits for 30 days, visit www.goodsamclub.com/homewarranty or call (800) 4310691.
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