Become a Service Provider

As one of the fastest growing home warranty companies in the country, we continually seek partnerships with licensed, qualified contractors. Consistently satisfied customers lead to increased call volumes, earning us our reputation for quality customer service, and more work for our Service Providers.


Benefits of Working with Us

Now you can become one of FNHW’s Service Providers and benefit from steady volume, lead generation for future retail work, and prompt payment — all without adding to your advertising expenses.

Bring your Expertise to FNHW

We are currently looking for qualified Service Providers in the following trades:

  • Roofing
  • Pools and Spas
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical Systems
  • Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Garage Door Openers
  • Major Appliances – ovens, cooktops, dishwashers, refrigerators, disposals, etc

Join our Service Provider team today and benefit from the advantages of being an authorized Fidelity National Home Warranty Service Provider! Please complete our online application or call our Vendor Relations Department at: 1-800-208-3151 (option “5”) for further details.

To become a Service Provider with FNHW, you must meet the following criteria:

  1. Be a licensed Contractor for the trades you service
  2. Carry $1,000,000 in General Liability Insurance
  3. Provide proof of Worker’s Compensation Insurance or a waiver thereof (if self-employed)


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How can my company become a Service Vendor?

Please complete our online application or call our Vendor Relations Department at: 1-800-208-3151 (option “5”) for further details.

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What requirements must my company meet to qualify as a Service Vendor?

You must be a Licensed Contractor for the trades you service, carry $1,000,000 in General Liability Insurance, and provide proof of Workman's Compensation Insurance or a waiver thereof (if self-employed).

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As an existing Vendor for FNHW, what can I do to increase my call volume?

Keep your costs within established guidelines to improve your contractor ranking. Be sure that the information your company has provided to FNHW concerning service areas and dispatch limits is current. Also, thoroughly familiarize yourself and your employees with the terms and limitations of the FNHW contract.

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