How does a home warranty work?
Choose the best annual plan for you
Select the home warranty plan that meets your budget and coverage needs. You can pay in full upfront or choose to pay a modest monthly fee.
Request service anytime you need it
When a covered appliance or system breaks down, request service anytime online. Our customer service is available 24/7. And yes, that includes holidays and weekends.
Why do you need a home warranty?
Without a home warranty, you could be paying too much for home repairs. Check out the average costs to repair these home systems and appliances without a home warranty.
What's covered by a home warranty?
Cinch home warranty plans cover parts of over 20 home systems and appliances due to normal wear. Our home warranty coverage is packaged as an appliance-only plan, systems-only plan or a combination plan that merges the best coverage from both plans into a single, comprehensive service agreement. No home inspection is necessary.
Prices starting at just $27.99/month!
Our Complete Home protection plan, often referred to as a combo plan, gives you the most comprehensive, extended warranty coverage for your appliances and built-in systems.
Repairing your home's systems can be costly. This plan covers your air conditioning, including ductwork, and equipment breakdowns for your water heater, plumbing and electrical systems and 12 other items.
From a garage door opener to clothes washers and dryers, garbage disposals, microwaves, dishwashers and refrigerators, our Appliances home warranty plan gives you a basic plan with a low service fee.
Why choose a Cinch home warranty?
Over 40 years of experience
Frequently asked questions
More questions? Go to FAQ.
When should I buy home warranty?
No matter how old your home is, it is never too soon to protect your wallet from unexpected repairs. Even a new home can present problems in the first year and finding a trusted service provider can be hit or miss.
At Cinch, we vet all of our providers and use customer reviews to maintain high quality in our service network. Whether you are buying or selling a home, you can get a home warranty at any time without a prior home inspection.
Should you buy a home warranty when purchasing a home?
Buying a home warranty when purchasing a home can save you from the cost of unforeseen breakdowns. It may be difficult to assess every home system or appliance’s condition - even with a home inspection.
In the period immediately after signing a purchase contract for a new home and moving in, an air conditioner repair or replacement could be a huge financial setback. The last thing a new homeowner wants to face is a considerable repair expense. Home warranty insurance can give you peace of mind.
Who typically pays for a home warranty?
A home buyer and a home seller can both pay for a home warranty. Many home sellers will include a warranty in the sale of a home to protect the transaction and to help indemnify them from future liabilities.
If a home warranty is not included in the sale, a home buyer can purchase a home warranty at any time.
What is not covered by a home warranty?
While a Cinch home warranty plan offers a wide range of coverage, some situations are not covered by a home warranty, including:
• Neglect and failure to do scheduled maintenance
• Cosmetic dents and scratches to appliances
• Pest damage
• Anything currently covered by a manufacturer’s warranty
What is the difference between a home warranty and home insurance?
While home insurance policies are generally required for homeowners, home warranties are not. Home insurance offers financial protection for your house and the personal property inside from damage caused by specific problems like wind damage, fire damage, theft and more.
Homeowner's insurance policies provide a limited warranty for these unplanned events, but do not cover your home's major appliances and systems in the event of a breakdown.
Home warranties provide you optional financial protection from the normal wear and tear of your home's major appliances and systems from daily use.
Whether you have a new home or an older home or you’re a home buyer or a home seller, pairing homeowner's insurance with home warranty coverage will offer you the most downside protection for catastrophic events and unexpected repairs.