California's Best Home Warranty
You just made what is likely to be the largest single purchase of your life. Like everything you hold near and valuable, it need protection. Protection from the unknown, the unpredictable, and the inevitable.
The best coverage - Guaranteed
The Simple home warranty includes many coverages other home warranties simply don't, like the underground sewer and water, and gas lines running to and from the house. But, that's not the end of it. In fact, if you are ever denied coverage for a claim that can be verified eligible by any other policy, it will either be covered or you'll get 100% of your premiums back.
Best of all, we can provide an additional 6 months of coverage for FREE when you get your home inspected with Coastline Home Services. We also provide 5 years of leak protection for roofs with all of our inspections. It just makes sense purchase your home warranty through the same professionals who know your house best. Call us today to schedule an inspection or simply order the best 12 month home warranty available. This warranty is also available in all 50 states. So, don't hesitate to refer us to your friends and family who own property outside the Golden State.
How does the 18 Month Home Warranty Work?
- Have Coastline Home Services complete your home inspection.
- Fill out the 18 Month Simple Home Warranty Application (the best coverage and service available on the market - read details below).
- At the time of purchase, 6 FREE months will be added to the warranty term just because the home was inspected by Coastline = 18 Month Home Warranty!
The 18 Month Home Warranty has the absolute broadest coverage for the longest term on the market today and is the least expensive warranty option on a per month basis. Get the best home warranty available and request the 18 Month Home Warranty for your home.
More reasons to choose the 18 Month Home Warranty
- Unlimited number of HVAC units, water heaters, kitchen appliances, etc. are covered. Other warranties will upcharge for additional systems and appliances. Watch out for upcharges with other warranties and make sure all of your systems and appliances are covered.
- Underground sewer and water lines are covered. No other warranty offers this coverage.
- Roof leaks covered at no extra charge. Other warranties will upcharge for roof leak coverage.
- Choose your own contractor for warranty repairs if you desire. Most warranties make you use their contractor.
- No "pre-existing condition" excuses to avoid coverage if Coastline inspects the property and finds the item in question to be in working order at that time.
- Simple square footage pricing model with no add-on fees.
- If a claim is ever denied and is verified to be eligible on another warranty contract, the claim will be paid or a 100% premium refund provided.
- Sump and sewage pumps covered at no extra charge.
- Washers and dryers covered at no extra charge.
- Alarm systems covered at no extra charge.
- Refrigerator ice makers covered at no extra charge.
- Garage door hinges and springs covered at no extra charge.
- Premium option available for mold and radon coverage.
- Coverage can be added for pool/spa and septic tank pumping.
- Free listing coverage if you are the seller of a property. Other warranties upcharge for this coverage.
- The Simple Home Warranty is backed by a national home warranty company and provides coverage in all 50 states.
Request Coastline's 18 Month Home Warranty and get 18 months of coverage for the price of 12 months. If Coastline does the home inspection, 6 FREE months are added to the warranty term = 18 Month Home Warranty!
Frequently Asked Questions
When does the 18 month term begin?
The warranty term will begin once the warranty has been paid for, this usually ocurrs at closing.
What happens after I order the warranty?
You will receive an email confirmation within 24-48 hours with the invoice included. If we see that additional information is needed to process the warranty, we will give you a call.
Can I pay for the warranty directly?
Yes, just choose “person ordering warranty-payment not at closing” on the order form and we will call you for payment.
Can the warranty be paid for at closing?
Yes, once the warranty is ordered, you will get a confirmation email with the warranty invoice. This can also be sent to the closing attorney so that the warranty amount can be added to the closing documents. On the order form, you will need to note whose funds should be deducted from at closing as per the signed contract.
How do I get listing coverage including the HVAC?
If Coastline completed the inspection, simply order the warranty and the seller will have listing coverage until closing. At closing, the warranty can be paid for and the buyer's 18 month term will begin.
Can I buy the warranty if Coastline did not do the home inspection?
Yes, but it will be for 12 months. The 6 free additional months are only available if Coastline completes the home inspection. Even at a 12 month term, this warranty is the best on the market today.
What is the deductible or service call fee?
You can choose the $75 or $150 service call fee level. There is a deductible buy down option which reduces the service fee by 50% to $75 for the all service fees for the life of the policy. It's a one-time fee of only $75.
What company provides this home warranty?
The warranty is backed by Residential Home Protection of California, a national home warranty company. Coastline has an affiliation with Residential Home Protection of California and we work directly with their owner to ensure the best service for our clients.
What does the no "pre-existing conditions clause" mean?
Many warranty companies will say that an appliance or component has a pre-existing condition and will deny coverage. If Coastline inspects the property and deems the appliance or component functional, the item will then be considered to have no pre-existing conditions and will be covered.
Will I get a hard copy of the warranty package?
Yes, the warranty package will be mailed to the address of the covered property.
Can I choose my own contractor for warranty claim repairs?
Yes, you can choose to use your own contractor or an "in network" contractor. Please make sure you notify us of the claim and give us a chance to review the estimate prior to any work being completed.
What is the "Premium Option"?
The Premium Option adds coverage for items that no other home warranty will cover. This option includes $2500 of mold growth coverage, $1200 of radon remediation coverage (if a radon test was completed and was below 4.0 pCi/L), and increases the coverage level of the underground sewer and water pipes to $6000 ($4000 of coverage is included in the base warranty). This option is only $200 to the initial cost of the warranty.
Does this warranty cover pools?
Pool coverage can be added for $175. This option covers the mechanical components of in-ground pools and spas.
Does this warranty cover septic tank pumping?
Septic tank pumping can be added for $35. This option covers one septic tank pumping in case of failure due to a full septic tank.
Will the warranty cover old equipment?
Yes, old equipment will be covered with no pre-existing conditions if inspected by Coastline.
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Pay special attention the “Also Covered” sections. These are items specifically excluded by other warranty companies that we cover as part of the Simple Warranty.
Central Heating System
This policy covers heating units including forced air systems and heat pumps, heat exchangers, secondary heat exchangers, burners, elements, furnace mounted humidifiers, electronic air cleaners, baseboard electric heating systems, thermostats, accessible interior gas lines, accessible duct work (Policyholder must pay to gain access), flues & vents, registers, grills clocks. Geothermal, oil, steam, water, wood burning, coal, radiant heat and solar systems are covered with a $1500 aggregate limitation. Zone dampers and zone control systems are covered with a $500 aggregate limitation.
Heat lamps, Routine maintenance and cleaning (Call our office to schedule.), Coolant evacuation & recovery, Permit fees, Filters & filter media (Just call with specifications and we will deliver!), Condensate line clearing/stoppages, Cleaning and relighting of pilots, No limitation on number of systems
CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEm
Electric central air conditioning unit or heat pump, including compressors, coils, motors, belts, pulleys, and related components attached to air conditioning units, leaking refrigerant lines, thermostats, cleaning of condensate drain lines, oat assembly, window units, condenser casings, filters.
Routine maintenance and cleaning (call our office to schedule.), Coolant evacuation & recovery, Permit fees, Filters & filter media (Just call with specifications and we will deliver!), Condensate pumps, Condensate lines, Interconnecting Freon lines.
Water pipes, waste pipes, gas pipes, vent pipes, faucets (builder standard for replacement), valves, sill cocks, assembly parts within the toilet tank, shower and tub valves (builder standard for replacement), diverter valve, angle stops, risers and gate valves, drain valve, hose bibs, vent and sewer lines, normal stoppages, toilet seats & lids, whirlpool tub mechanical components, pressure regulating devices, sewage pumps, sump pumps, well pumps, basket strainers, water softeners, water lters & puri ers, instant-hot water systems, bidets, plumbing within the perimeter of the home, plumbing within the foundation or slab, caulking and grouting, freeze damage (the warranted property must have heat on at the time of the occurrence), and shower heads.
Caulking and grouting, Instant hot water systems, Pressure regulating devices, Freeze damage (See terms.), Jetted bathtub (including electrical controls, plumbing lines, air pumps, pumps, and motors.)
Elements, burners, over range exhaust fan, thermostat, wiring, igniters, clocks, rotisseries, racks, handles, knobs, interior lining, and other related components and parts to a built-in range/oven. Sensi-heat burners will be replaced with standard burners.
Built-in garbage disposal and all related parts and components, including motor, wiring, blades, switches, and casing.
All parts and components of standard size overhead exhaust fans, both reticulating and non.
Main panels, sub-panels, breakers, switches, receptacles, interior wiring, wiring to air conditioning unit, attic and exhaust fans, doorbell wiring, telephone wiring, non-proprietary alarm system equipment, fixtures (builder grade for replacement), carbon monoxide detectors, smoke alarms, and timers.
Load control devices, touch pad assemblies, Transmitters and remotes, Corrosion caused by moisture, Data lines (CAT 5), Central vacuum system main unit (Does not cover lines & accessories), Belts, shutters, and filters for exhaust, attic, or ceiling fans.
Water heater tank, elements, gas valves, and lines, thermo couple, vent pipes & lines, insulation and insulation blankets, racks, straps, hot water dispensers, flues, and thermal expansion tanks.
Tankless water heating systems, Base pans, Sediment (When it can be removed by draining the unit)
Standard AC groundwater sump pumps, switches, receptacles, evacuation lines.
(Up to $50 in consequential damage per occurrence) Portable and non-hard piped unit that is permanently installed, Backup units (except battery powered units)
Garage Door Openers
Garage door opener units of a standard residential grade, including motor, receive board, relays, switches, drive trains, capacitors, push arm, track assembly, door hardware, remote sending units, standard maintenance, infrared sensors, chains, key pads.
Refrigerator or combination refrigerator/freezer, ice maker, compressors, condensers, evaporators, fan motors, timers, thermostats, wiring, racks, shelves, door seals, door alarms, consequential food spoilage (see aggregate limits)
Disposal of old equipment, Light bulbs and fixtures, Drip pans, Springs
Built-in dishwashing units and related parts and equipment, including timers, motors, heating elements, hinges and latches, wash arms, ll valves, spray arm, racks, baskets, and rollers.
Built-in trash compactor and component parts, including motors, switches, and relays, wiring, and tracks.
See complete policy details and limits of liability online at HomeWarrantyCalifornia.net