Buyer’s Optional Coverages

When ordered and paid for at close of sale (or date of occupancy in the case of lease options or early occupancy) the following options will be covered. The Buyer’s Optional Coverage may be added by the Buyer within 30 days after closing (or date of occupancy in the case of lease options or early occupancy) and coverage starts on receipt of payment and expires with the Home-SAFE Warranty. Buyer’s Optional Coverages are not renewable.

Please refer to your Home-SAFE Warranty Terms & Conditions for additional coverage information including Limits of Liability.



Shared equipment is covered. If equipment is not shared, then only one or the
other is covered unless an additional fee has been paid. Covers above ground and accessible working components and parts of the heating, pumping, and filtration system including: Pool sweep motor and pump, pump motor, blower motor and timer, above ground plumbing pipes and wiring. The unit must be able to fill with water to qualify for coverage.

Not Covered: Salt water pools, indoor pools, portable or above ground spas, access to pool and spa equipment, lights, liners, structural defects, solar equipment, jets, ornamental fountains, waterfalls and their pumping systems, pool cover and related equipment, fill line and fill valves, cleaning equipment including, without limitation, pool sweeps, pop-up heads, turbo valves, skimmers, chlorinators and ionizers and other water chemistry control equipment and materials, fuel storage tanks, disposable filtration medium, heat pump, multi-media centers, dehumidifiers.

Pool and/or Inground Spa Equipment coverage is limited to $1,500 in the aggregate.




Mainline stoppages that can be cleared through an existing access or clean out without excavation. The septic tank will be pumped once during the contract coverage term if the stoppage is due to septic back up. Sewage ejector pump for septic system only.

Not Covered: Broken or collapsed sewer lines outside the foundation, stoppages or roots that prevent the effective use of any externally applied sewer machine cable. Cost of finding or gaining access to the septic tank or sewer hook-ups, disposal of waste, chemical treatment of the septic tank and/ or sewer lines, cesspool.

Coverage for Septic System Pumping is limited to $500 in the aggregate.


Includes jet pump, sewage ejector pump, aerobic pump, septic tank and clearing sewer line from house to septic tank (see SEPTIC SYSTEM PUMPING).
Not Covered: seepage pits, leach lines, leach beds, lateral lines, tile fields, insufficient capacity.

Coverage for diagnosis, access, repair or replacement of septic tank, sewer lines from house to septic tank, sewage ejector, jet and aerobic pumps, is limited to a maximum of $500 in the aggregate.


All components and parts of one well pump utilized as the primary source of water to the home.

Not Covered: above or underground piping, cable or electrical lines leading to or from the well pump, including those that are located within the well casing, well casings, pressure switches not located on the pump, holding, storage or pressure tanks, booster pumps, redrilling of wells, damage due to lack of water, well pump and all well pump components for geothermal and/or water source heat pumps.

Coverage for well pump access, diagnosis and repair or replacement is limited to a maximum of $1,500 per contract term.


Covers one domestic water softener.
Not Covered: Conditions of insufficient or excessive water, water filters and water purification systems, rental or leased equipment, repair or replacement of water softener necessitated by mineral beds or deposits, cleaning.

Water Softener coverage is limited to a maximum of $2,000 in the aggregate.


Leaks caused by rain to tar and gravel, tile, shingle, shake and composition roofs over occupied living areas will be repaired as long as leaks are caused by normal wear and tear and the roof was in good, water tight condition at the start of coverage. If replacement of the existing roof, in whole or in part, is necessary, the Company’s liability is limited to the estimated cost of repair of the leaking area only.

Not Covered: Roof leaks caused by or resulting from: ice, roof mounted installations, flashing, metal roofs, improper construction or repair, missing or broken materials, skylights, patio covers, gutters, drains, downspouts, scuppers, chimneys, failure to perform standard maintenance, and defects in balcony or deck serving as a roof. Routine periodic maintenance is not covered by this contract. Company will direct a technician to contact you for an appointment or, at its option, may authorize you to contact a technician directly. If you are authorized to contact a technician directly, you will be given a spending limit established by the Company. Secondary or consequential water damage is not covered by this contract.

NOTE: Service delays frequently occur during the first rains of the season or in heavy storms. While we will make every effort to expedite service, no guarantees can be made.

Roof Leak Coverage is limited to a maximum of $750 in the aggregate.


Wet Bar Refrigerator (up to 16 cubic ft), Built-in Wine Cooler (30-bottle maximum), Freestanding Icemaker, Additional Refrigerator.

All components that affect the cooling operation of the unit (up to a combined total of four appliances) including compressor, thermostat, condenser coil, evaporator, defrost system, motor and fill valve.

Not Covered: refrigerators with more than one compressor, ice crusher, ice and beverage dispenser and respective equipment, interior thermal shells, filters, food spoilage, insulation, multi-media centers, wine vaults, refrigerator/oven combination unit, detachable components, baskets, buckets, dials, knobs, handles, door glass, lights, light sockets, light switches, pans, trays, rollers, racks, shelves, runner guards, interior lining, trim kits.

Wet bar refrigerator/wine cooler/icemaker coverage is limited to $1,000 in the aggregate.