Furnace Repair Tech

Heating Protection Plan

A furnace or boiler repair or replacement could cost you hundreds - or even thousands - of dollars. Don't let a heating system breakdown ruin your household budget. Enroll today in a Heating Protection Plan and get the coverage and protection you need.

For more information, please call to speak with a friendly customer service representative. Enroll today and be prepared!

What's Included

  • Repair coverage, or replacement coverage if your furnace or boiler cannot be repaired, of up to $1,500 per incident, $3,000 annually.
  • No deductibles or trip charges.
  • 24-hour/7-day phone service.
  • Covered parts and labor due to normal wear and tear and defects in workmanship.
  • Repair or replacement coverage for one furnace or boiler per service address.
  • Convenient monthly billing on your utility bill may be available.


    Q: Is the humidifier included with this plan?

    A: No. Your humidifier will not be covered by the Heating Protection Plan.

    Q: When will the technician be at my home for heating repair?

    A: You will be provided with the soonest availability for an appointment. Your appointment window is subject to change depending on weather conditions and technician availability.

    Q: Are weekend or overnight repair appointments available?

    A: No. We do not offer weekend or overnight repair appointments. You will be provided with the soonest available appointment time.

    Q: What are some common furnace problems?

    A: Often times, technicians see the following issues in homes:

    • Blower is constantly running.
    • Unit is noisy when in use.
    • Furnace is constantly cycling on and off throughout the day.
    • The thermostat doesn’t seem to be telling the furnace the right temperature to make the home.
    • The furnace won’t come on at all.
    • All rooms of the home don’t feel as warm as they should when the unit is running.

    Q: What are some common boiler problems?

    A: Heating technicians often see the following boiler problems:

    • Unit isn’t blowing out warm air.
    • Boiler keeps cycling on and off.
    • Thermostat is broken.
    • The pilot light has gone out (natural gas boilers).
    • The unit is making odd noises when running.

    Q: Why do I need to regularly change my furnace filters?

    A: Routinely changing your furnace filter provides the following benefits:

    • Helps to extend the life of your furnace.
    • Creates cleaner indoor air for your family.
    • Helps to keep the furnace clean.
    • Cuts down on your energy costs each month