Complete Protection Home Warranty
How Does This Work?
This plan runs for a period of 120 days following the initial date of your inspection, or 30 days after closing, whichever is later.
What Does Complete Protection Home Warranty Cover?
Example of Things That Are Not Covered of the Warranty
1. Anything the home inspector did not or could not inspect.
2. Items with any noted defect, damage, or worn materials.
3. Any item the inspector has noted is at the end of its life or where he has recommended further review by an industry professional.
4. Repairs or replacement required as a result of fire, freeze, flood, or other acts of God; accidents; vandalism; neglect; misuse; abuse; missing parts; cosmetic defects; design flaws; manufacturer defect; power failure, shortage, surge, or overload; inadequate capacity; mismatched systems; or damages due to pests or pets.
For more information, visit https://www.completehomewarranty.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/HI2022-Brochure-10.pdf
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