With long-term use of home appliances and systems in Fayetteville, Arkansas, homes can be at risk for normal wear and tear causing unexpected mechanical breakdowns. For this reason, it is recommended that all homeowners sign up for home service agreements in Fayetteville. Fayetteville has a warm humid temperate climate with hot summers and no dry season. The city experiences all four seasons.

On average, there are 217 sunny days per year in Fayetteville. August is the hottest month with an average high of 89°F and an average low of 68°F. Temperatures above 100°F are rare, but not uncommon. January is the coldest month with an average high of 46°F and an average low of 26°F. Precipitation is mildly seasonal with wet seasons in the spring and fall, and relatively drier summers and winters, but some rain in all months.

Temperature changes with the change in season and humidity means extended use of home systems like the central A/C unit, electrical system, and central heating system. If one of these systems experience 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 to protect home appliances and systems is to have a Home Service Agreement, available to Fayetteville residents, from a trusted home service agreement provider such as American Residential Warranty. A home service agreement provides protection against unexpected repair costs for your covered appliances and systems that would NOT normally be covered under homeowner’s insurance. Homeowner’s insurance usually just protects you against losses due to natural disasters, theft or vandalism, but would NOT normally cover costs to repair appliances or systems when they break down due to normal wear and tear.

Customers with American Residential Warranty Home Service Agreements in Fayetteville receive excellent customer service, available 24-hours-a-day, 7-days-a-week. We also provide immediate service for emergency issues and we will respond to a request for service within 24-48 hours. American Residential Warranty customers can select their own service providers or use a technician from ARW’s larger network of licensed, pre-screened and pre-qualified service professionals. By having such a home service agreement, it will ensure that when a problem arises due to normal wear and tear on a covered system or appliance, it can be properly and quickly resolved without causing financial distress.

Home & Lifestyle in Fayetteville

Fayetteville is the third largest city in the state of Arkansas. Fayetteville has a 2016 population estimate of 74,000.

Fayetteville is a white-collar area, with a considerable slice of the workforce employed in professional jobs. The University of Arkansas, the flagship campus of the UofA system, is the city’s largest attraction, with impact on the social, economic and educational aspects of Fayetteville.. Together with Bentonville, Rogers and Springdale, Fayetteville has grown from a small town to a center of higher education, culture, commerce and entrepreneurialism. The area is the birthplace of Wal-Mart and the headquarters of Tyson Foods. In 2012, Forbes magazine ranked Fayetteville #27 on its list of “Best Places for Business and Careers”.

Fayetteville’s culture is a mix of southern city, college town, and the surrounding Northwest Arkansas metro. The city is located in the Bible Belt, and more than half the population has a religious affiliation, with Baptist as the majority. Fayetteville’s residential historic districts that have made architecturally and historically significant contributions to the city include: the Mount Nord Historic District, Washington-Willow Historic District, and Wilson Park Historic District. The metro area also has a world-class performing arts center, live music venues and a vibrant festival scene. For the arts, Walton Arts Center on Dickson Street offers a full Broadway theater season. TheatreSquared receives more than 30,000 patrons each year

Fayetteville offers numerous shopping options, from casual to up-scale, and trendy local boutiques to national chains. Community artists and makers offer unique and handmade goods. Downtown is known for its unique shops with one-of-a-kind items and fabulous gifts and antique shops, along with its many festivals, restaurants and museums. In addition, Fayetteville has a strong BBQ tradition, earning a #9 ranking on the “Top 10 Best BBQ Cities” by Livability.

Drake Field, formerly Fayetteville Municipal Airport, is owned by the city and serves general aviation. The nearest airport for commercial flights is Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport (XNA), located 17 miles northwest of the city.

Arkansas produces more total energy than it consumes, mainly due to its abundant natural gas resources. However, the state’s per capita total energy consumption is in the top one-third of all of the states in the nation. Most households heat with electricity or natural gas, although more than one in nine use liquefied petroleum gas or wood for heating. Hydroelectric power is the most commonly used renewable resource in Arkansas, providing more than two-thirds of the state’s renewable power generation.

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