National Home Warranty Day is celebrated annually on February 10th. 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW) founded the holiday three years ago to raise awareness on the importance of home warranties. This year, 2-10 HBW is celebrating National Home Warranty Day (also referred to as 2-10 Day) by honoring their Heroes of Home Warranties.
Heroes of Home Warranties are all those who are committed to improving the experience of homeownership like real estate agents, builders and service contractors. As a part of the 2-10 Day celebrations, 2-10 HBW is giving their homeowners, agents and builders a chance to participate.
2-10 HBW will be awarding a Nest™ thermostat to one lucky agent and one lucky homeowner. 2-10 HBW is also donating $2.10 for every builder who commits to give back to the community, for up to $1,000, to Habitat for Humanity of Metro Denver.
“We believe that Heroes of Home Warranties are committed to protecting their customers and their business with a home warranty, educating themselves on the value of a home warranty and to giving back to their community,” said Scott Zinn, Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
To learn more about how a home warranty and 2-10 HBW can help you protect your home or your business, visit 2-10.com.
About 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty (2-10 HBW)
For 38 years, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty has been a market leader in helping homeowners protect one of life’s biggest investments. Whether you are in search of new construction structural warranties or systems and appliances coverage for new and existing homes, 2-10 HBW has the most comprehensive warranty programs available. Founded and based in Denver, Colorado, 2-10 HBW has covered over 5.8 million homes with their complete line of warranties, Service Agreements and risk management products. 2-10 HBW continues to partner with thousands of the nation’s finest real estate professionals, home builders and service contractors. For more information about 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, please visit 2-10.com.
Thank you so so much Author!! have a nice week
2-10 home warranty is a horrible company and no help at all. “I actually have my thermostat set on 54 degrees” that’s what you get when you call and inquire about a service contractor coming to your home to repair you hvac. A service that you PAY FOR. Waste of money!