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Heating System Coverage

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30 Day Money Back Guarantee

Why choose this plan:

  • 24-hour repair hotline
  • Local, licensed and insured technicians
  • One-year guarantee on all covered repairs

What's covered

  • Air scoops
  • Aquastat
  • Barometric damper
  • Belts
  • Pulleys
  • Blower motors
  • Blower assemblies
  • Circuit boards
  • Circulators
  • ECO safeties
  • Fan controls
  • Limit controls
  • Fusible links
  • Gas valves
  • Ignition controls
  • Induced draft motor
  • Blower
  • Low water cutoff
  • Main burners
  • Pilot burners
  • Thermocouples
  • Pressure switches
  • Regulator valves
  • Relays
  • Spill switches
  • Transformers

It costs $300-$700* to repair each of the major components in a furnace heating system.

How a furnace heating system failure can affect your home:

  • blower motor failure can mean the system won't supply enough heat
  • broken circuit board could mean no heat
  • lack of heat could cause pipes to freeze and induce water damage

As a homeowner, you may be responsible for the heating system in your home. Your heating systems is complex and can weaken over time due to damage caused by normal wear and tear, age or lack of regular maintenance. This illustration shows a typical heating system found in your home. Also shown are repairs that are performed on this system and how much a licensed and insured technician would typically charge.

*National average repair costs within the HomeServe network as of June 2020. No charge for covered repairs.


If your heating system suddenly fails, you could face many long, cold days trying to find reliable repair help in the busy winter months. Many complicated parts keep your heating system functioning, and it can be costly to repair them.

Help protect yourself against the high cost of repairs with a home service repair plan from HomeServe. Heating Coverage includes the emergency breakdown repair costs of most major parts of home heating systems.

Frequently asked questions

Who is HomeServe?
HomeServe is the leading provider of home repair solutions nationwide with nearly 20 years’ experience making home ownership easier by keeping home systems running smoothly. We do this through a nationwide network of licensed contractors and a U.S.-based call center available 24/7/365. With an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and a 4.8 out of 5-star post-job satisfaction scores, HomeServe is the best tool a homeowner can have to protect themselves for costly home repairs. Our repair plans protect you from the expense of an emergency home repair caused by normal wear and tear that is not typically covered by your homeowners insurance, local utility or municipality. Why do it yourself when HomeServe can do it for you?
What We Do?
Plans from HomeServe help protect homeowners from the high cost and hassle of covered emergency home repairs with repair service plans that cover parts and labor to repair critical electrical, gas, heating, cooling, and water systems. These affordable plans provide repair service in an emergency through our 24/7 repair hotline by local, licensed, and insured technicians and come with a one-year guarantee* on all covered repairs. *Surge and Tech Protection plans have 90 day guarantee.
What quality of repair can I expect?
With a trusted network of professional technicians and contractors, we guarantee the job will get done correctly. *Surge and Tech Protection Plans include a 90-day repair guarantee.
What is the cancellation policy?
You may cancel within 30 days of your start date for a full refund; cancellations after the first 30 days will result in a pro rata refund less any claims paid (where applicable). Most basic homeowners insurance policies do not cover repair or replacement due to normal wear and tear of these components. If you find you have similar protection, you can cancel and receive a refund of your service agreement fee, less any claims paid (where applicable).

*Surge Plans include a 90 day repair guarantee.
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