Home Warranty

Even if you have an inspection completed on the home you are purchasing and repairs are made prior to closing, there are still a lot of things that can wrong with a house.  There is no perfect house and home ownership always comes with upkeep and repair.  One way to minimize the cost and hassle of this is to get a home warranty.

If you have a home warranty and something goes wrong at your house, you can call the warranty company and they will help with the expense of having a qualified contractor come out to take  a look at your problem.  If the problem falls within your coverage, they will also help with he expense of repair or replacement.  This could potentially save you a lot of money in home repair. 

In many cases, you can negotiate for a seller to provide you with a home warranty when you buy a house.  Ask me about this when you are planning to make an offer.

Lee Hamilton

Allen Tate

803 322 4340

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www.LeeRockHill.com