An insured home is a good home. On February 10th, Home Warranty Day is dedicated to observing house warranties all over the United States to give families and home owners the awareness of how important home warranties are.
History of Warranties
Warranties have been around since 1975, a product that allowed people to create a legal contract in which of the said item is not in a particular condition, they are able to gain reimbursement for it or repair. Over time warranties have stretched all over the country, from automobiles to mobile phones. These have their way of creating a benefit for those who invest into the contracts, providing a sort of insurance for people of all kinds. Home warranties have helped many, but what about the families that don't have home warranties? Well, according to some statistics there are over 4.9 million homes that are in danger of wildfires. If all 4.9 million of those homes did not have any warranty of any kind, it would lead to the potential of the families who own those homes losing them without an ability to repair nor gain a way to live in these homes even if they were saved.
Home warranties are a way to make the families lives easier in living in their home, giving them benefits that will help throughout their life with the home. This being provided, families that take advantage of home warranties generally live easier lives due to the access to repairs and discounted services for the home. As most homes contain a warranty, not a lot of them actually include them upon the purchase of the home. If you would like to live the convenience of being able to live an easy life in the house you own then getting a warranty is the best option for you.
How to Celebrate Home Warranty Day
Without home warranty, many families can lose their precious homes ending up homeless. With this in mind, this would be a great opportunity to take this moment to get a home warranty. If you already have one then spread the word for the importance of having a home warranty! People who look out for their homes are more likely to have better security for their families.