​​Keep your home warm all winter with repair coverage
Furance  and Heating Repair for your home

Help protect your finances from the high costs and chilly discomfort of boiler, furnace or electric heating system covered repairs with Heating System Coverage from HomeServe.

When a heating system breaks down, it usually leaves the homeowner scrambling to find a specialized HVAC technician and pay a big repair bill. Average costs and repairs may include:

  • $619* to repair blower motor and wheel
  • $279* to repair fan/limit control switch
  • $467* to repair gas valve

*National average repair costs within the HomeServe network as of March 2018.

For just $13.99/month$6.99/month1​, Heating System Coverage provides:

  • Up to $1,750 of annual coverage*
  • Local, licensed and insured experts on standby
  • 24-hour repair hotline with priority status

Also, your heating repair plan includes multiple service calls - up to the annual $1,500 benefit - and a one-year guarantee on all covered repairs!

To get started, simply sign into My Account and then enroll in the optional Heating System Coverage for your home.


Heating System Coverage
Sign in and enroll today
*30-day wait period after enrollment
1​As a CenterPoint Energy customer, your rate is only $6.99 per month* a savings of 50% off the first year. Savings as compared to the renewal price. You will be automatically renewed annually at the then-current renewal price (currently $13​.99 per month, plus any applicable taxes).

What is covered?

The home heating system repair plan covers most parts of a standard natural gas, propane, or electric heating system damaged from normal wear and tear:

  • Air scoops and aquastat
  • Barometric damper
  • Blower motors and assembly
  • Belts and pulleys
  • Circuit boards and circulators
  • ECO safeties, fan and limit controls
  • Fusible links and gas valves
  • Induced draft motor and blower
  • Low water cutoff
  • Main and pilot burners
  • Pilots, thermocouples and pressure switch
  • Regulator valves and relays
  • Spill switches and transformers

Furnace componentsLike all heating and cooling repair plans, enrollment in the Heating System repair plan is optional.



Important Information

Eligibility and Exclusions

Plan subject to eligibility requirements, exclusions and other terms and conditions.

Eligibility: CenterPoint Energy natural gas customers who own a residential home, are solely responsible for its repairs, and are not aware of any current heating system problems.

Not eligible if you have a furnace or boiler rated at inputs of 400,000 Btu/hr. or more; rooftop, through-the-wall or hanging unit; geothermal heat pump, combination ambient heat/domestic hot water heating or oil unit.

Exclusions: Air ducts, registers, air filters; zoning components and electronics, electronic air cleaners, flue venting, humidifiers, thermostats, air balancing, chimney maintenance or repairs, heating jacket, asbestos or other insulation; heat exchangers, leaking boilers, boiler distribution piping, radiators. Additional exclusions apply.

Coverage: Plan covers central forced-air, or circulating hot water central heating system and air scoops, aquastat, barometric damper, belts and pulleys, blower motors and assembly, circuit boards, circulators, ECO safeties, fan and limit controls, fusible links, gas valves, ignition controls, induced draft motor, blower, low water cutoff, main and pilot burners, pilots and thermocouples, pressure switch, regulator valves, relays, spill switches and transformers.

*Plan includes covered repairs, up to the benefit amount, for damage from normal wear and tear, not accident or negligence. View Terms and Co​nditions​ for complete coverage and exclusion details.



National Home Repair Warranty, Inc., 59 Maiden Lane, 43rd Floor, New York, NY 10038, is the issuer of this optional service contract, which is administered by HomeServe USA Repair Management Corp. (“HomeServe”). HomeServe, with corporate offices located at 601 Merritt 7, 6th Floor, Norwalk, CT 06851, is an independent company separate from CenterPoint Energy. This is a residential service contract; it is not an insurance policy and is not regulated or approved by the Texas Department of Insurance. Your choice of whether to participate in this service contract will not affect the price, availability or terms of service from CenterPoint Energy.