It used to be common to call in someone to repair a broken dishwasher, washing machine or refrigerator. Now, however, it seems like many people rush to replace an appliance rather than fix it — but the environmental impact of this decision can be staggering. You can help reduce your home’s carbon footprint when you repair rather than replace home appliances.
Although broken home appliances can be fixed in most instances, homeowners choose to replace them because it can be difficult to find a repair technician and repair costs are often close to replacement costs. With a Home Appliance Service Plan or Total Home Service Plan, you have access to a network of qualified technicians who can diagnose and repair home appliances. With each plan, you have up to $10,000 a year in coverage for the repair or replacement of major home appliances such as refrigerators and freezers, ovens and cooktops, dishwashers and clothes washers/dryers. Service technicians aim to repair the appliance first, helping to keep home appliances out of landfills.
In addition to repair services, both plans also give homeowners access to the Care For My Home 360 website, which is loaded with expert maintenance tips to help keep home appliances operating reliably. The Home Appliance Service Plan is affordably priced at only $29.99 a month, and you’ll also be eligible to earn up to 3,500 Hudson’s Bay Rewards points when you sign up.1
Hudson’s Bay Financial Services is proud to team up with Sigma Loyalty Group, the provider of Care For My Home 360. For more than 40 years, Care For My Home 360 and other Sigma Loyalty Group programs have provided benefits to millions of Canadians to help save valuable time and money when dealing with home and personal emergencies.
1 Hudson’s Bay Rewards points offers may change without notice. All Hudson’s Bay Rewards points will be awarded within four to six weeks.
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