Is Sears home warranty going out of business?
Sears is still offering home warranties since filing for bankruptcy in 2018. Sears Home Warranty has a slightly higher-than-average monthly cost when matched to its competitors. However, plans include some extras such as a free heating and cooling maintenance check every year.
Is my Sears warranty still good?
A: They are still valid at remaining Sears and Kmart stores. Q: Will appliance warranties be honored? A: Sears says it will honor them as long as it remains in business. ... However, Business Insider says if the chain decides to liquidate next year, then warranties could become worthless.
Is cinch the same as Sears home warranty?
Sears Home Warranty. Both Cinch Home Services and Sears Home Warranty offer home warranty protection to homeowners in most states (Sears excludes Alaska and Puerto Rico; Cinch excludes Alaska and Hawaii). Both Cinch and Sears offer a 180-day guarantee for repairs which is among the best in the industry.
What to do if you have a Sears warranty?
Simply call our customer care line at 855-256-2467 and a representative can adjust your coverage. Can I upgrade my Sears protection agreement to a Sears Home Warranty Plan?
Are Sears extended warranties still valid?
A: They are still valid at remaining Sears and Kmart stores. Q: Will appliance warranties be honored? A: Sears says it will honor them as long as it remains in business. That includes extended protection plans and full home warranties.
What is the deductible for Sears home warranty?
Can I cancel Sears Protection Agreement?
How can I cancel my existing plan? Sears Home Warranty is a great way to protect yourself from unexpected repair costs, but if you wish to cancel your home warranty, please call our Customer Service line at 855-256-2467.
Does Sears home warranty cover garage door opener?
Sears Home Warranty offers three plans—one for appliances, one for systems, and a plan that covers both. The Whole Home Plan combines the coverage of the systems and appliance plans and adds coverage for items like a garage door opener, heating, air conditioning, electrical, and plumbing.