Protection and Repair Plans

Provided by HomeServe

Protect yourself against unexpected repair costs to your home's electrical, exterior plumbing, and heating and cooling systems. Sign up for a protection plan today. 

  • No costs to pay for covered services up to the plan limit
  • 24-Hour Service Hotline
  • Qualified technicians provide fast service
  • Available to eligible residential customers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland and West Virginia.
  • Click here to learn more

Disaster Protection PlanSM 

Provided & Underwritten by ACE American Insurance Company
Are you financially prepared for the next disaster?

Natural catastrophes and severe storms often serve as a wake-up call to be better prepared. The Disaster Protection PlanSM (DPP) is an insurance policy that provides a financial safety net if a disaster strikes your home. DPP affordably protects you against gaps in coverage with great benefits, including:

  • Up to $3,000 in emergency cash benefits
  • $500 property insurance deductible reimbursement (subject to policy limits)
  • $50 lockout reimbursement for those times when you were sure you had your keys
  • Available to eligible residential customers in Pennsylvania
  • Call ACE American Insurance Company toll free to speak with a licensed agent at 1-855-667-7938.


Surge Assistance and Protection

Whether you’re looking for a device that protects you from electrical surges, or protection from the cost and inconvenience of an unexpected surge, we have you covered.

  • Surge Assist Program
    Damage to electronics and appliances can be inconvenient and costly. Give yourself peace of mind with a plan that helps cover those unexpected costs. Available to customers in Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
  • Surge Suppression Plan
    Protect large appliances in the home from potentially damaging electrical surges with this device. Available to Mon Power, Potomac Edison, and West Penn Power customers.
  • PowerGuard
    For New Jersey customers onlyNot accepting new enrollments.
  • Click here to learn more
Last Modified: October 17, 2016