Protect Those Electronics You Got for the Holidays by Doing THIS!

It may be hard to believe that the 2022 holiday season is nearly over. If you received a new electronic gadget this year from a friend or family member (or even if it’s something you gifted yourself!), it’s in your best interest to protect it. You may think that all devices have a manufacturer’s warranty that will protect you in case of an unexpected breakdown or defect. Unfortunately, many new electronics don’t have this type of warranty, and that’s where an Electronics Protection Plan, offered to Pivotal Home Solutions customers by Consumer Priority Service (CPS), could be beneficial to you.


Through CPS, we can offer our customers three different levels of electronics protection plans — Electronics Protection, Preferred Electronics Protection, and Complete Electronics Protection.


Covered items include mobile phones, computers, routers, gaming equipment, digital point-and-shoot cameras, home theater equipment, televisions, and other entertainment products. Also included are smart home products (like Amazon Echo and Google Nest) and wearable fitness trackers. (The plans do not cover damage due to electrical surge, accidental damage to televisions, or damage to home appliances and exercise equipment.) There’s prepaid shipping to the repair center using a printable label, and you can schedule a service appointment in your home for covered items that cannot be shipped.


With all plans, the service fees won’t break the bank, and different plans are available based on the level of repair or replacement protection you need. Please click on the above plan links for more details.


Want to learn more or enroll?

Visit us online and enter your ZIP code to see if our electronics protection plans are available in your area. Have questions about what’s covered? Call us, or chat with a customer service representative by clicking on the “Click to Chat” tab on the right side of the page during standard business hours — Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m. Central Time, and on Saturday from 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Central Time.