Long term use of home appliances and systems in Charlotte, North Carolina homes can be a risk for normal wear and tear causing unexpected mechanical breakdowns. Charlotte has a warm humid temperate climate with hot summers and no dry season. The city’s coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is 32°F. In July, the warmest month, the average day time temperature rises to 90°F. The driest month is April, and March is the wettest month.

Changes in temperatures and high humidity means extended use of home systems like the AC unit and electric system. If your central heating system, AC unit, or electrical system experiences a mechanical failure due to normal wear and tear, having protection from an expensive repair or replacement is essential because a delay can make living conditions in the home very uncomfortable for everyone, and even unsafe.

One of the best ways of protecting home appliances and systems is to have a Charlotte Home Service Agreement from a trusted home service agreement provider such as American Residential Warranty offering flexible and affordable home service protection. A home service agreement provides protection against unexpected repair costs for your appliances and systems, that would not normally be covered under a manufacturer’s warranty or homeowner’s insurance.

Customers in Charlotte with an American Residential Warranty Home Services Agreement, receive excellent customer service, available 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. We also provide immediate service for emergencies issues and we will respond to a request for service within 24-48 hours. American Residential customers can select their own service providers or choose between ARW’s larger network of licensed, pre-screened and pre-qualified technicians. By having such a Charlotte appliance protection plan, it will ensure that when a problem arises due to normal wear and tear on a system or appliance, it can be properly and quickly resolved without causing financial distress.

Home & Lifestyle in Charlotte

Charlotte is the largest city of North Carolina and the 17th largest city in the United States with a population of 810 thousand in 2015. The city is the third fastest growing major city in the country. A LawnStarter analysis of projections for North and South Carolina estimate that the 2030 population of the 10-county Charlotte metro area will grow toward 3 million (up nearly 24% from 2014).

Charlotte is a major commerce center and the second-largest banking center in the country with the corporate headquarters for Bank of America and the East Coast operations for Wells Fargo. The ‘Queen City’ is home to the Carolina Panthers, the Charlotte Hornets, two NASCAR Sprint Cup races, and the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Charlotte’s arts and culture scene is innovative with a diverse collection of museums, art galleries, performing arts venues, historical attractions and more. The city offers a diverse range of shopping opportunities, from designer outlet malls, local boutiques and specialty shops to high-end Charlotte malls. Charlotte’s shopping scene fits every style and budget.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the national hub of US Airways, is the 14th largest airport in the nation based on passenger totals, the 31st largest airport worldwide based on passenger totals and 8th in the nation for total operations, averaging 655 flights daily by 11 major airlines and 14 regional carriers. These flights provide non-stop service to 179 cities.

Distribution and banking are the two major factors responsible for the emergence of Charlotte as a major urban center where economic growth and business development are flourishing. The city is already the major banking center of the Southeast and only New York City has more banking resources. Charlotte has emerged as a magnet for defense-related industries; with four of the nation’s top ten defense contractors locating facilities in the area. More than 600 foreign-owned companies have facilities in the Charlotte region, representing one-third of all foreign companies in North Carolina and South Carolina combined.

In 2015, North Carolina was the fourth-largest producer of electricity generated from solar photovoltaics (PV) among the states. Almost all of the solar generation occurred at utility-scale facilities operated by independent power producers. In 2015, 7% of North Carolina’s utility-scale net electricity generation came from renewable energy resources. Hydroelectric dams provide more than half of the electricity generation from renewable resources in North Carolina.

You could be losing thousands on home repairs without a home warranty plan. Customize your plan with ARW today.