Are Trinity Home Warranty Letters a Scam?
Have you recently received a home warranty letter in the mail from Trinity Home Advisors or some other home warranty provider? If so, you’re probably wondering if it’s a scam… and whether or not it should go from the mailbox right into the trash.
Don’t toss that letter just yet!
Unlike many “junk” offers that come through the mail and aren’t legitimate, home warranty letters are not a scam.
Many new and existing homeowners will receive this type of letter. Keep reading to understand that home warranties are legitimate and what they do!
What Is a Home Warranty?
So, home warranties aren’t a scam. If they’re real, what are they?
Home warranties are contracts that cover certain types of expenses that home insurance typically won’t. Having one can help cover some of the most major repair expenses a homeowner can face.
You can get a home warranty as a new homeowner, but you can also add a home warranty at any time while you own your home.
A home warranty typically lasts for a set amount of time, usually a year.
There are different levels of coverage available, so you can include the home appliances and systems you would like to be included in your plan.
Saving Repair Hassle
One of the most convenient parts of a home warranty is that they remove the hassle of finding a repairman. If you have a covered claim, the home warranty company will schedule a professional or company to take care of it for you. The only thing you’ll have to pay is a small service fee.
Because home insurance is primarily concerned with your personal belongings and people on your property, home warranties cover the parts of your home that keep it functioning.
Here’s a glimpse at what a home warranty can take care of for you:
It can be devastating to have issues with the critical systems that your household relies on. Few people have savings put aside to cover large, unexpected expenses. That’s why things like replacing an HVAC system might feel impossible, especially if you’re on a tight budget.
With a home warranty from Trinity Home Advisors, you won’t have to worry about dipping deeply into savings, even if you do have money put aside.
Depending on the plan you have, you could be covered for:
- Central A/C and heating
- Interior electrical system
- Septic system
Even if you aren’t facing an issue with one of your home’s large systems, even a broken refrigerator can still cost more than $1500 to replace!
Home warranties can help you replace your:
- Built-in dishwasher
- Washer and dryer
- Water heater
- Garbage disposal
- Oven, range, or cooktop
- Built-In microwave
- And more!
How Can You Tell If Your Letter Is a Scam?
The home warranty letter you received might still have you scratching your head. Even knowing that home warranties are real, is the company that mailed your letter legitimate?
To find out, do a little research. Look up the company online and find their website. There should be contact information listed there that will allow you to reach out and talk to someone. You’ll at least be able to see for yourself what they do!
You’ll find all these things on our Trinity Home Advisors website!
Contact Trinity Home Advisors for Your Home Warranty
If you’ve received a letter in the mail from Trinity Home Advisors, congratulations! It likely means that you’ve just purchased a home, and that’s worth celebrating. Or, it simply means we have customers in your areas and wanted to reach you about our services.
Be assured that the letter and our company are free of all scams, and you’re looking at a legitimate offer.
If you haven’t received a letter, don’t worry! You can sign up for a home warranty at any time. It’s simple to contact us through our website, by email, or with our phone number.