Not only can home repairs be extremely expensive, but finding a reputable contractor to diagnose and repair the problem can be even more stressful. For instance, replacing the ignitor on a heating unit can cost $300. A new flame sensor can cost $250, while a circuit board can cost up to $350. To replace a condensate drain pump on an A/C unit, you might spend $240-$450. To repair a refrigerant leak, you might spend $200-$1,500. The average cost to replace an electrical panel is $850-$2,500. Not every part is so expensive, however. A single pole electrical switch costs under $100, but finding an electrician for a job that small can be a headache.
Without a home warranty, those costs fall on you. But with Homesential, you don’t have to worry about these types of repair costs or finding a reputable technician. In fact, you can cover your heating, cooling and electrical systems for the same price as a cup of coffee every day.