Alaska has some of the harshest winters in the country, with temperatures dipping down into negative degrees. An Alaska home warranty will ensure that your heating system, along with other major systems and appliances in your home, continue to run smoothly and are protected if they break down due to normal wear and tear.

The This Old House Reviews Team has compared a variety of home warranty companies in the state and done the research for you to help make your home warranty search easier. In this article, we lay out the best home warranty companies in Alaska so that you don’t have to spend hours scouring the internet yourself.

Alaska’s Top 3 Home Warranty Companies

The highest rated home warranty companies in Alaska include:

Our team conducted reviews of Alaska’s home warranty providers, looking at factors like pricing, Better Business Bureau (BBB) reputation, protection plan options, customer reviews, and claims processes. Here are our top three picks.


 

Liberty Home Guard

Liberty Home Guard (LHG) is an excellent choice for Alaska homeowners who want a responsive customer service team. While it’s typical for companies to offer an online portal and a phone support service, LHG has a competitive edge by offering a live-chat customer support system. Customers can chat customer service directly instead of dealing with phone calls and wait times.

Pros and Cons

✔ Offers up to 38 additional coverage options
✔ Provides a 60-day workmanship guarantee
✔ Allows customers to reach support through a live-chat feature

✘ Doesn’t show the service call fee during the quote process
✘ Limits plumbing and electrical coverage to $500 annually

Plans and Pricing

Liberty Home Guard offers three plan options: Appliance Guard, Systems Guard, and Total Home Guard. Appliance Guard covers essential appliances, such as your dishwasher, laundry machines, and oven. Systems Guard covers home systems, such as your heating, cooling, and ductwork. Total Home Guard covers all the items in the two earlier plans.

LHG offers an impressive selection of add-on options: Additional spa, carpet cleaning, casita guest unit, central vacuum, ejector pump, electronics protection, freestanding ice maker, generator, grinder pump, gutter cleaning, in-fridge ice maker, instant hot water dispenser, lawn sprinkler system, lighting fixtures, limited roof leak, pest control, plumbing fixtures, pool and spa, pro-series clothes dryer, pro-series dishwasher, pro-series microwave, pro-series range/oven/cooktop, pro-series refrigerator, pro-series washing machines, re-key services, reverse osmosis water filter system, saltwater pool, second refrigerator, septic system pumping, stand-alone freezer, sump pump, swamp cooler, trash compactor, water dispenser water line, water softener, well pump, window washing/cleaning, and wine cooler/fridge

According to our quote, Liberty Home Guard customers can expect to pay between $70 and $80 per month. The company will assign a service call fee between $65 and $125 to your account based on your plan, location, and add-ons. 

To request a free quote, call 866-452-9107 or fill out Liberty Home Guard’s simple form

Learn more: Liberty Home Guard Review


 

Select Home Warranty

Select Home Warranty is another affordable option for Alaska residents. Select offers budget-friendly plan prices for less than $50 per month. It also includes the rare benefit of including roof-leak coverage with all plan tiers.

Pros and Cons

✔ Provides roof coverage with each of its plans
✔ Offers discounts to customers who sign up for multi-year plans
✔ Covers rental properties, mobile homes, manufactured home, single-family homes, and condos
✘ Only Platinum Care covers plumbing stoppages

✘ Has low coverage caps on systems and appliances
✘ Fewer years in business than other home warranty providers

Plans and Pricing

Select Home Warranty offers three plans: Bronze Care for appliances, Gold Care for systems, and Platinum Care for both. Select offers free limited roof leak coverage for all plans. While the Bronze and Gold Care plans are reasonably priced, the Platinum Care plan stands out—it’s by far the least expensive option for covering both home systems and appliances.

In addition to a $60–$75 service call fee, customers can expect to pay between $35–$37 per month for a plan.

For a free quote from Select Home Warranty, fill out this online form or call 888-370-3956.

Learn more: Select Home Warranty Review


 

The Home Service Club

The Home Service Club (HSC) is relatively new to the home warranty industry, but it’s still a top contender.

Pros and Cons

✔ Doesn’t require a home inspection for coverage to kick in
✔ Has a 30-day labor guarantee and 90-day parts guarantee
✔ Covers repairs and replacements of covered items regardless of the age, make, or model

✘ High contract transfer fee
✘ High service fee of up to $125
✘ Not accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB)

Plans and Pricing

HSC offers two plan options—Standard Coverage and Comprehensive Coverage—which cover essential systems and appliances like your air conditioning, heating, water heater, plumbing, refrigerators, dishwashers, and more.

You can expect to pay $45–$60 per month for a HSC plan. Not only are these plan prices slightly higher than the industry average of $25–$50 per month, but The Home Service Club also charges a minimum $95 service fee.

For a free quote from The Home Service Club, fill out this online form or call 800-842-9334.

Learn more: The Home Service Club Review


 

Our Conclusion

Home warranty coverage will give your systems and appliances extra protection and provide peace of mind if an item were to unexpectedly break down. Before buying a home warranty, consider getting quotes from all three Alaska home warranty companies listed in this article. This way, you’ll be able to compare coverage and potentially price match with your preferred choice.


 

Frequently Asked Questions


 

Our Rating Methodology

The This Old House Reviews Team is committed to providing comprehensive and unbiased reviews to our readers, and we aim to provide transparency in our review standards and research process.

Our research process includes speaking with representatives from more than 40 home warranty providers, requesting quotes, and asking clarifying questions to gain insight into each provider’s benefits and downsides. We also analyze sample contracts from each company to understand specific coverage terms.

To rate companies, we apply the data we have gathered to our review standards. These standards are on a 100-point scoring system, which is detailed below:

  • Coverage (35 points): Providers are scored based on breadth and depth of coverage. We focused on key home systems (HVAC, plumbing, and electrical), essential appliances (refrigerator, ovens, and laundry machines), and unique coverage items (such as roof-leak coverage and code violation allowances). Coverage scores are weighted by taking into account coverage caps and other limiting factors, meaning providers with greater range of coverage and higher coverage caps score the highest.
  • Value (30 points): A company’s plan value is a reflection of how well it serves the customer in comparison to what the customer pays for the policy. We accounted for monthly costs, service call fees, and cost flexibility (such as customizable service call fees, discounts, and multi-year policies).
  • Trustworthiness and Transparency (21 points): Trustworthiness and transparency are a reflection of how well the provider considers the customer’s interests. We scored items such as the length of workmanship guarantees, online availability of a sample contract, policy change flexibility, and ease of cancellation. Additionally, we scored items that reflect industry reputation and customer satisfaction, including analyzing brand reputation across the Better Business Bureau and third-party customer review aggregators.
  • Availability and Service (14 points): Quality of customer service is key to customer satisfaction. We dug into each provider’s guaranteed response times, claims processes, service flexibility, emergency availability, and more.

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