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We gather around our televisions for movie nights, use our smart home products to automate daily tasks, rely on our tablets for on-the-go convenience, and save important documents to our laptops and desktop computers. Without these items, many of us would be lost! Based on the number of electronics you have in your home and your household's needs, an Electronics Protection Plan* may make sense for you to consider. The Electronics Protection Plan provides coverage for failures due to normal use, power surge protection, and defects in workmanship and materials. The Electronics Protection Plan can be added to the ShieldSilver™, ShieldGold™, and ShieldPlatinum™ plans.
$2,000 coverage per claim with an overall claim limit of $5,000.
Must add electronics protection to your existing home service plan within first 60 days of your membership.
Let's face it, stuff breaks down. Adding the Electronics Protection Plan to your American Home Shield home service plan can help make those breakdowns less stressful. As a member, you know your budget, your time and let’s be honest, your sanity, are covered.
The Electronics Protection Plan covers desktop and laptop computers, televisions, computer accessories, external hard drives, tablets, gaming systems, select smart home products, DVD/Blu-Ray players, digital cameras, home routers, wearables, printers, and home theatre systems. See the specific Electronics Protection Plan page details above for more information.
Yes, the plan covers electronics that you own when you purchase the plan as well as any you purchase while the plan is active. It doesn’t matter where or when you bought them.
No, there is no limit to the number of electronics covered. If the covered item can’t be repaired, you will receive a replacement item or be reimbursed for the cost of a replacement item up to the $2,000 per claim coverage amount. Members can file up to $5,000 in claims per a contract term.
The plan covers mechanical and electrical failures due to normal use, power surges, and defects in workmanship and materials. View the full terms, conditions, and coverage details here.
No, all brands are covered. Please note that there are some requirements for items to be covered as follows: Windows computers must be using a Windows operating system currently supported by Microsoft, Android computers must be currently supported by the manufacturer’s warranty, Apple computers must be using an Apple operating system version currently supported by Apple, smart home devices must use a communication protocol enabled by Wi-fi, ZigBee, Z-Wave, Thread Group, or another approved networking solution. See full coverage details here.
If a covered item can’t be repaired, you will receive a replacement item or be reimbursed for the cost of a replacement item up to the $2,000 per claim coverage amount. Members can file up to $5,000 in claims per a contract term. See full coverage details here.
No, receipts are not required to file a claim.
All claims must be initiated with Allstate Protection Plans or by calling 1-877-320-1494. Your Trade Service Call Fee is due before a covered item can be repaired or replaced, and you will need to provide the make and model number of the item. In some cases, the item’s serial number may also be required.
You can purchase the Electronics Protection Plan when you purchase your American Home Shield® home warranty plan, within the first 60 days of your home warranty plan being active, or during the open renewal period.