Home Protection Plan Membership

Just like cars, properties need to be maintained and loved to get the maximum enjoyment from them. By becoming a Home Protection Plan Member, you have peace of mind knowing you can call one priority phone number to fix almost any household emergency including plumbing and electrical..

Our membership also insludes our Home Safety Inspections, where one of our skilled technicians can detect potential issues early, saving you money now and in the future.

Apply Online For Just $149!

Discover The Benefits Of Our Service Plan

15% OffAll Work

You receive 15% off plumbing and electrical work.

Full HouseSafety Inspection

Includes 2 separate annual inspections:
plumbing & drains ($291.50) and electrical ($93.50).

DiscountedCall Out Fee

You only pay a $29 call out fee (normally $79).


First in line service when you need it the most.

Safety Inspection Inclusions

As an Omega Home Protection Plan member, you are entitled to two home safety inspections – plumbing (including a CCTV inspection of your drains) and electrical. Here is what is included in both inspections:


  • Inspect toilets, showers and taps – for leaks that could be costing you hundreds of dollars per year on wasted water.
  • Check operation of all drains – a 30 minute CCTV drain camera inspection is included to ensure all drains are flowing correctly.
  • Inspect the condition of the water heater – make recommendations on the life and condition of the water heater.
  • Check hot water temperature – to ensure that all hot water points do not exceed the recommended temperatures.
  • Check water pressure for entire house – make sure that the pressure is not over the limit at which home insurance is voided.
  • Inspect visible piping for leaks and corrosion – to identify potential leaks before they occur.
  • Tag emergency shut-off valve – so you can easily identify the proper valves during an emergency.
  • Check washing machine and dishwasher hoses – to identify any potential hose rupture due to deterioration


  • Visually check electrical meter – for any faulty circuits and/or dangerous burnt wiring.
  • Inspect the condition of all lights and switches (including sensor lights) – to determine there are no faults or potential for future damage.
  • Check the condition of surge diverters, circuit breakers, consumers mains house wiring, lighting and safety switch operation.
  • Check the condition of smoke alarms and location – so you can be assured your family will be safe in the event of a fire.
  • Inspect electrical circuit – check that all elements are tightened and safe, and ensuring that the isolation switch is working efficiently.