Are you aware that it has been five years since the first time National Home Warranty Day was celebrated? February 10th is National Home Warranty Day, and we are here to ensure you enjoy the day. We celebrate this day because Home Warranties help save us money, as they provide us with a lower cost for repairing and replacing home appliances. Therefore, the day is meant to help us appreciate the value of these appliances.


The existence and value of warranties are historical. For instance, ‘Caveat Emptor,’ a Latin word meaning ‘Let the buyer be known,’ was protected by the common law as a contract. Warranties initially had a Privity Requirement meaning that taxes were levied only on those directly involved in the transaction. Still, the Privity Requirement was slowly resized to protect consumers, and then it was completely abandoned.

In the 1880s, warranty doctrines were expanded in the United States so that the quality and quantity of sold items would be characterized. Later in the 1900s, drink and food safety warranties were introduced, and later on, it was applied to most daily consumer products in 1964.

During this period, Tort Law was introduced when Sales laws in the United States were under the jurisdiction of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Then came the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act introduced in 1975 to enable consumers to read the warranties' content. In the 1980s, the Contract for the International Sales of Goods (CISG) was established and had similar directions and laws that would make the consumer more informed about the content of warranties.

The popularity of home warranties had increased largely by the late 1900s, and consumers were well protected against the high cost of repair of regular home-based equipment and systems. Much as the foundations of the National Home Warranty Day are not exactly known, it is believed to be 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty, a company providing home warranties and the first to create the National Home Warranty Day. Since then, it has been celebrated every year on February 10 to appreciate home warranties.


The Revenue for the Home Warranty Providers industry is expected to rise over the next five years due to an increase in the home ownership rate and the house price index. However, Home Warranties protect the equipment and systems not usually covered by home insurance. In 2020, the home warranty service industry globally generated $7.3 billion, and by 2030, it is expected to generate $13.6 billion on a backdrop of 6.3% from 2021 to 2030.

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