Leaking water or drain lines and faulty shutoff valves can make life challenging. Finding a licensed plumber to make repairs can be an expensive, time-consuming and uncertain proposition. If you enroll in the Plumbing Protection plan, the remedy starts with a simple phone call to our customer service team. Enroll now and get the protection you need!
A plumber's service call to replace a single shutoff valve can typically cost $127 — perhaps even more on a weekend or holiday. And remember that you've got hot and cold lines, each with a shutoff valve, at every sink. A leaking water line in the basement can typically cost $172 to repair. And replacing a fitting can cost $125 on average.*
You rely on your plumbing many times a day — every day! Don't be stuck with a huge repair bill when there's a problem with leaky pipes or shutoff valves in your home. With our Plumbing Protection plan, your covered repairs will be expertly completed by experienced, pre-qualified plumbers. Talk about peace of mind!
* All repair costs shown are estimates only, and actual repair costs could be more or less than stated costs.
Add additional plans to this coverage.
You can have this add-on plan if you purchased one of the required plans.
- What's Included
- Annual limit of up to $2,000 for repair coverage.
- Repair of leaks or breaks to exposed, interior water supply lines/pipes and valves.
- Repair of leaks or breaks to exposed, interior drain lines/pipes.
- Repair of shut off valves leading to fixtures or appliances.
- Service calls by a licensed plumber, up to coverage limits.
- No deductibles or trip charges, even on weekends.
- The age of your home and plumbing do not matter.
Q: Do I have to be a homeowner to enroll in this plan?
A: Yes. You must be a homeowner to enroll. Rental properties are not covered with this plan. This plan covers single family homes only and doesn’t cover attached homes such as condominiums, duplexes or townhomes.
Q: I have noticed a sewer-type smell in my home. Is there anything I can do to get rid of it?
A: This could be a result of a dry trap. Add water or run the water in spare toilets or sinks in guest rooms or in the basement that you may not use often. This often will help to get rid of the odor.
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