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At Elevate, we are all about making home maintenance easy. One valuable resource that you can turn to is your Homescription. But what exactly does your Homescription cover when it comes to fall-related maintenance tasks, and what responsibilities still lie with you as the homeowner? In this guide, we’ll break down the key fall maintenance tasks and help you understand what we cover.

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1. Schedule a Furnace Tune-Up

One of the most critical aspects of fall home maintenance is ensuring your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system is in top shape. All of our plans include HVAC coverage, and the claim limit depends on the specific plan you have. We cover repairs or replacements resulting from normal wear and tear. However, it’s important to note that even before you experience issues with your HVAC, we’d recommend scheduling an furnace tune-up. If you want to learn more about what our furnace tune-up includes, check out our blog post here. Regardless of your plan, you can schedule a furnace tune-up between October 1st and December 1st for just $75. This proactive step can save you a significant amount of money in the long run, so be sure to schedule yours today! You can easily sign up for this service through your homeowner portal, on the app, or simply give us a call to set up an appointment.

2. Appliance Inspections and Repairs

Our primary goal is to ensure the reliable protection of your major appliances. This includes refrigerators, ovens, and dishwashers, whenever issues may arise. As the fall season approaches, it’s wise to conduct a thorough inspection of these appliances to detect any problems. To get a comprehensive understanding of which appliances your plan covers and the extent of coverage for each claim, we encourage you to check out our homeowner guides for Utah and Arizona.

We’d also encourage you to incorporate routine maintenance tasks into your appliance care routine. These tasks may include cleaning coils and opting for a dryer vent cleaning service, which can be conveniently added on as a maintenance service. This proactive approach ensures the longevity and optimal performance of your appliances. It also means you’ll save yourself time, money, and the inconvenience of unexpected breakdowns.

3. Plumbing and Drainage Checks

As the fall season descends, it’s essential to be aware of potential challenges such as the risk of pipes freezing and stoppages. Make sure to insulate exposed pipes. to safeguard your plumbing system and minimize the chances of cold-weather complications. But rest assured, we’ve got you covered when it comes to plumbing and drainage issues. Under our comprehensive Totally Elevated Plan, you’re entitled to coverage of up to $5,000 for interior plumbing system problems and stoppages. So, should you have any plumbing-related concerns, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for assistance. At Elevate Homescriptions, we’re here to help.

4. Electrical System Safety

Fall is a great time to inspect your electrical system for any potential hazards, like frayed wires or overloaded circuits. If you’ve got any problems just give us a call and we’ll be happy to help.

5. BONUS Way To Prepare for Fall: Roof and Gutter Maintenance

While we don’t cover roof problems, such as roof leaks or gutter issues, you can prevent problems by cleaning debris and inspecting for damage. Check out this link to learn more about how to take care of your roof today!


As fall is here and winter is coming, it’s crucial to give your home the attention and maintenance it needs to stay in peak condition. We are ready to assist with any breakdowns or issues arising from normal wear and tear. While we’re here to provide support, being a responsible homeowner means you’ll want to carrying out routine maintenance tasks. This will help to keep your home both safe and efficient during the season.

If you ever have questions about the specific coverage provided by your Homescription plan, don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 801-804-5132. We’re here to help!