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When it comes to repairs to the major systems in your home, it seems like anything that can go wrong will go wrong at some point. And chances are it will happen when you least expect it. That’s why it’s reassuring to know that FirstEnergy selected HomeServe to offer our customers protection and repair plans. When a covered emergency happens, HomeServe has your back.
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Affordable protection for your home’s major systems

There’s never a good time for the pipes in your home to burst or your furnace to break down. The repair costs alone could make a big impact on your household budget. Protect yourself against unexpected repair costs to your home's electrical, exterior plumbing, and heating and cooling systems with a protection and repair plan.

Being a homeowner is a full-time job. Fortunately, you don’t have to go it alone. At FirstEnergy, we understand how challenging it is to manage the cost and inconvenience of emergency home repairs. For more than a decade, our partner HomeServe has been offering customers of FirstEnergy’s utility companies optional, yet affordable plans that protect the major systems in your home.

Program highlights include:

  • A 24-hour emergency service hotline
  • No bills to pay for covered services up to the plan limit
  • Qualified professional technicians provide fast service

*By clicking this link, you are leaving the FirstEnergy website and entering a website maintained by HomeServe, a third party administering this program on behalf of FirstEnergy. HomeServe is entirely responsible for the content of this website.


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