Water Heaterhome warranty coverage
Hot showers are like a little vacation, but water heater breakdowns can put those plans on ice. Thankfully, a home warranty plan from 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW) can protect you and your budget against water heater breakdowns, letting you enjoy the moments that make home ownership so great.
Why purchase a home warranty plan for your water heater?
When your water heater breaks down, it stops normal life in its tracks. Cold showers and empty wallets don’t need to be part of your life as a homeowner.
A home warranty plan from 2-10 HBW can turn cold showers hot and let you spend you money how you want, not how you must.
With a home warranty from 2-10 HBW, you get access to our Contractor Network. We do all the vetting work so you don’t have to. That saves you a ton of time and frustration looking for a trustworthy service provider.
You can also reduce your out-of-pocket costs to a small Service Fee, giving you more control over your budget.
Whether you have a gas water heater, electric water heater, or tankless water heater, a home warranty from 2-10 HBW can protect it.
Which water heater parts does a home warranty commonly cover?
water heater components*
Gas and electric water heaters, including tankless, power, and direct-vent units; water heater interior gas lines; anode rod; burner; cold-water valve; control valve; dip tube; drain valve; electric supply and gas valve when it is the primary system failure; heating elements; hot-water outlet; overflow pipe; pressure-release valve; temperature valve; thermocouple; upper and lower thermostats; water heater tank; tank leaks and loss arising as a result of sediment..
water heater components*
Drain vent hood, oil hot water tanks or oil storage tanks, flue venting, insufficient capacity, and solar equipment.
*Coverage and excluded components listed are shown as example coverage. Purchasing additional options may remove some exclusions. Refer to your Home Warranty Service Agreement for specific coverage details, exclusions, and dollar limits.
What's wrong with my water heater?
To get the most out of your home warranty plan (and to save your Service Fee for the toughest-to-solve breakdowns), you'll want to do routine maintenance!
We’ve included some troubleshooting tips for when your water heater breaks down. Use these recommendations to perform maintenance.
If these tips don't help and you have active coverage with 2-10 HBW, we can help! Just log in to your Homeowner Portal account, check your service contract, and file a claim if you have water heater coverage!
Don't have a home warranty? Protect your home and budget with coverage from 2-10 HBW.
Electric water heater
Gas water heater
The average life span of a water heater is 11 years*
Keeping up on maintenance helps increase the life span of your water heater.
- Check the water heater for signs of leaking or corrosion..
- Inspect the bottom of your water heater drain pan or floor for signs of rust or water staining.
- Drain and flush your water heater at least once a year. Here’s a guide for draining your water heater.
- Remove the heating elements from your electric water heater and soak in vinegar to remove any corrosion or sediment buildup, or call a qualified plumber.
*Average life span data from National Association of Home Builders/Bank of America Home Equity, Study of Life Expectancy of Home Components.
Why choose a home warranty plan from 2-10 HBW?
A home warranty is an incredible tool for keeping your budget on track. Here’s why you should choose 2-10 HBW to protect your home!