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Electrical Line Plan

Electrical Line Plan

Electrical repair coverage from $3.95/month. 

Stay protected from faulty home wiring

Out of sight, out of mind. For most of us, this describes the electrical lines that power our home. With the Electrical Line Plan, if one or more of your in-home electrical lines fails, you won’t be left in the dark. You can call the 24-hour repair hotline for help, seven days a week, 365 days a year. A local, licensed professional will be sent to your home to start covered repairs. The covered repair bill will be paid directly to the electrician, up to $1,500 per visit.

OPPD has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer this Electrical Line Plan to our customers to help protect from the aggravation and expense of covered electrical line repairs.

Click here to enroll now in OPPD's Electrical Line Plan

Electrical Line Plan Features

  • 24/7 repair hotline, to local licensed electricians
  • No service visit charge
  • Up to $1,500 in covered repairs per service call
  • No annual limit on the number of service visits


Cost: 
Introductory price of $3.95/month for the first year, then $4.49/month after the initial term

What the Electrical Line Plan Covers

  • Customer-owned service (point of attachment/weatherhead, service entrance cable, main service panel) See diagram below.
  • Entry/breaker box circuitry
  • Fuses/circuit breakers
  • Wire failures and shorts
  • Wall outlets
  • Dimmers
  • Wall switches
  • Connections
  • Attached garage is covered including outlets, switches, and interior wiring (excludes the garage door opener)

OPPD & Customer Responsibility. OPPD Owned and Maintained: A. Service Drop: This wire generally runs from the utility pole to the top of the house. It's OPPD's job to main and repair it when necessary. Note: we do not trim trees along a service drop, but will shut off power at your request so that you can have it done safely. B. Electric Meter: It is our responsibility to keep the meter in good working condition. However, we are not responsible for the box, or meter pan that holds the meter. Customer Owned and Maintained: C. Point of Attachment/Weatherhead: This is where the service drop connects to the service entrance cable and includes the weatherhead and an eyebolt. D. Service Entrance Cable: Our service drop connects to the home's service entrance cable at the top of the house. The entrance cable runs down to the meter box and is considered part of the home's wiring. If the entrance cable is damaged, it's the homeowner's responsibility to have it repaired by a licensed electrician and it must be repaired before the utility can safely restore service. E. Meter Base: The metal box (known as a meter pan) that holds the meter and all the connections within and below it are the responsibility of the homeowner. A licensed electrician should also make repairs to the meter pan. F. Main Service Panel: The homeowner is responsible for the service panel box, the circuit breakers or fuses and all of the interior wiring.

Still have questions? The Electrical Line Plan FAQ may have the answer. Review terms and conditions.

Make a Claim

Call the 24-hour repair hotline, 1-866-277-3706.

Fast, Professional Repair Service & 24-Hour Hotline

Contact Information

If you have questions, call OPPD at 402-536-4131 or you may email customerservice@oppd.com.

Click here to enroll now in OPPD's Electrical Line Plan