Soaring Retail Sales Underscore the Need for Service Contracts
As the nation begins to emerge from its collective pandemic hibernation, retail sales have surged this spring. As consumers continue to make purchases big and small, service contracts have taken on an even greater importance. This Memorial Day weekend, many consumers will be hunting for the best deals on electronics and home appliances, and they should look to a service contract to protect their new purchase into the future.
With a service contract, these re-emerging consumers will find themselves protected from major repair costs, free of the hassle that goes with locating qualified service technicians. Service contracts can typically cover things like refrigerators, ranges/cooktops, ovens, dishwashers, microwaves, TVs, and laptops.
Service contracts offer such flexible benefits as discounted product repair or replacement, in-home service repairs, 24-hour technical assistance, and major component coverage. By purchasing a service contract, homeowners can have peace of mind knowing that their electronics and appliances are protected from everyday breakdowns and normal wear and tear beyond their manufacturer’s warranty.
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