Home Warranties Explained

Your average clothes dryer will last for about 8 to 12 years. However, during that period you might encounter a number of malfunctions that could leave you with a lot of wet laundry and no way to dry it. When these problems inevitably arise, you want to fix them quickly so that those loads of laundry don't continue to pile up.

American Home Shield's® home warranty plans with Clothes Dryercoverage can ensure that you're never without a clothes dryer for too long. When common malfunctions occur, a qualified, professional service contractor will diagnose the problem with your clothes dryer and, if the problem is covered, implement a solution. You will pay a Trade Service Call Fee, as outlined in your contract, for the visit and any costs not covered by the contract. Home warranties with coverage for clothes dryers are available in several plan packages, so choose one that best suits your household's needs.


Compare Home Warranty Plans with Clothes Dryer Coverage

Three AHS Home Warranty Plans are available, so take time to evaluate these plans and select the appropriate one for your home.

While you’re choosing a plan, it’s important to consider if your home’s systems and appliances are at risk of breaking down. Whether you're looking for a broad home warranty that covers major components of the majority of your home’s systems and appliances, or a build-your-own option including major components of selected systems and appliances, American Home Shield Home Warranty has the right plan for you.


What's Covered in a Home Warranty with Clothes Dryer Coverage?

AHS Home Warranties provide robust coverage of most parts and components of your clothes dryer. During your contract term, applicable repair or replacement of your clothes dryer is covered, up to a $3,000 maximum. When those seemingly inevitable covered breakdowns do occur, contact American Home Shield to request service.


Suggested Plan For You

With a Home Appliance Warranty Plan, you will be covered for the replacement or repair of the components of many key home appliances, including the clothes dryer.

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