Protect Your Investment

Device Extended Coverage

Save time. Save money.

Schools typically use computers for three years or more, yet the standard manufacturer warranty only covers the first year. After that, the school has to take on the expense of repair or replacement. Over 70% of failures on new laptops occur within the first 2 years of its lifetime, and those failures include: hard drive, receptacle A/C connection, LCD screen, motherboard, and optical drive.

Extended warranty and coverage plans help cover the gap. Depending on the type of device and usage, we have options to fit any school IT department needs.


Depot Warranty

Extending beyond the manufacturer warranty, a Depot Warranty provides repair coverage for parts and labor. It also includes packaging and shipping to the repair center.

Insurance Plans

Coverage for total loss.

Damage beyond repair and missing devices need to be replaced. Insurance plans provided a solution that is more economical and more comprehensive.

Coverage terms are typically 1-3 years based on the age of the devices and cover such things as:

  • Theft
  • Vandalism
  • Natural Disasters

Accidental Damage Protection (ADP)

Expect the unexpected, and then prepare for it.

Most manufacturer warranties don’t cover accidental damage, so STS has partnered with manufacturers and third party insurance providers to offer the most comprehensive product protection solutions available for hardware.

Our third party insurance providers are fully licensed insurance agencies as well as a third party administrator for service plan solutions. This unique combination gives our customers the ability to customize a program that meets their distinct needs with confidence.

Coverage terms are typically 1-3 years based on the age of the devices and cover such things as:

  • Accidental Damage
  • Liquid Spills and Submersion
  • Power Surges

Are you covered for this...

broken laptop
It’s going to happen.

Add coverage to your current devices.

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