Tuesday, February 26, 2019

Google Home Mini Giveaway

This information is brought to you by HomeMembership. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


When I was younger, I didn't pay a lot of attention to warranties. Those days are long gone and now I always consider them, and sometimes buy them. Do you own your home? Or maybe you are a realtor that has thought about adding a home warranty plan to your listings to make the house more desirable to a buyer?


There are many home warranty companies out there, but it will be hard to find another company like HomeMembership. They have a 5 Star review rating. Plus they offer more than just fixing your appliances when they breakdown. They also offer exclusive discounts with vendors for things you may find useful like a storage unit, moving service, or a painter.

HomeMembership also covers repairs on your AC and heating units, plumbing issues, appliances like your dishwasher and oven, and electrical issues. (Click here to see the options they have available.)


HomeMembership will also be offering a home maintenance plan to help keep your appliances working. Did you know that it is estimated that 80% of all HVAC will break down is because it hasn’t been properly maintained. Cleaning your dryer, changing batteries in your smoke alarm and flushing out your water heater are all things that need to be done – but most people don’t know this or forget to do this.

Give yourself peace of mind knowing that your home warranty plan with HomeMembership will pay to have things repaired and that things will last longer and run more efficiently with a home maintenance plan. 

Do you have a question? Click here to send them a message. You can also check out their reviews to see what actual customer are saying about their service.

Now for the giveaway!! One lucky person is going to win a Google Home Mini. The giveaway ends on March 12, at 11:59pm EST and is open to US residents only. Enter below for your chance to win! Good luck!

About Google Home Mini:

Get hands-free help in any room. Google Home Mini is powered by the Google Assistant, so you can ask it questions and tell it to do things. Just start with "Ok Google" to get answers from Google, tackle your day, enjoy your entertainment, and control your smart home. And when you ask for help, it can tell your voice from others for a more personalized experience. Google Home Mini works on its own or you can have a few around the house, giving you the power of Google anywhere.


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34 comments:

  1. I miss the days of not having to worry about these kinds of things, but being an adult means we have to think about when it's best to get covered. We usually do get the warranty on our appliances because the luck we have, we need it.

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  2. I had one for a year after I bought my house -- the seller threw it in to make a deal. I ended up replacing the water heater and it was covered, so it was a good deal for me.

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  3. I've never had a home warranty that I know of, probably a good idea for me to look into it!

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  4. Having much that breaks covered sure is a win.

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  5. yes I think it would be beneficial I have home insurance but that is it

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  6. I've never had a home warranty plan. It's certainly something to consider.

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  7. We have home insurance. I think most things are covered with that.

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  8. I had one that the previous owners purchased on the house for a year. I have never paid for one. They are not cheap and they would not sell them if they didn't make money on them. Sure, there's always the chance that you could have a major problem like having to have the furnace or air conditioner replaced in the first year but it is more likely that by the time you use it you will already have paid more for the warranty than what the replacement costs. I guess I'm not much of a believer in warranties...I am already insurance poor so I will take my chances...

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  9. I have always rented and do not know much about Home warranties.

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  10. No we currently don't have a home warranty

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  11. We have never had a home warranty!~

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  12. I have never had one but have considered them

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  13. I don't remember ever having a home warranty plan.

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  14. Things just don't seem to last as long these days.

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  15. We were given one when we bought our existing house. We ended up needing it. It was only for 1 year

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  16. We have insurance and think that will be enough, I hope!

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  17. we have never had a home warranty plan

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  18. We had a home warranty plan for a year when we bought our new home. It was great, and we used it several times.

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  19. No we don't have a home warranty plan, but yes I do think it could be beneficial.

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  20. No I haven’t had a home warranty plan. We have only had home owners insurance but yes I definitely think it would be beneficial. It would be worth looking into

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  21. don't own a home so no

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  22. We've never had one, but I know somebody who does and has saved a lot. I think we need to consider getting one as well. Thanks and God Bless! ILuvTheEucharist @ aol dot com

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  23. I have never had a home warranty, but I think it would relieve me of a lot of stress.

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  24. I have never had a home warranty home. I have thought about looking into it though.

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  25. I've never had a home warranty plan. Would love to, I do think it's pretty beneficial and keeps you from having to worry about more things.

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  26. I've never had one, but i definitely think it could be beneficial! I need to take some time and really look into it some more

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  27. I have never had one. But I definitely think this is something to look into.

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  28. I had renters insurance when I lived in an apartment. I would have to find out more about what is involved.

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