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If you chose a contract outside the warranty guidelines you void your warranty and essentially set yourself back. Always make sure that you understand what you are getting. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t hesitate to do your own research. It is an investment in your home and your future. Take it seriously and it will save you time, money, and your mental health.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I have used ahs many times during this 5 yr period and they have always been very helpful. Today I had to call them re my washer, last month my garage door broke, i called for service and a company was dispatched the springs on my garage door broke as this was not covered under my warranty ahs did not pay for the repair, the company told me i didn't have to pay the service fee if they did the work which i let them do, i did not know whether i pay the fee or not the company bills ahs and they pay the company and ahs will charge you for the fee anyway,well today when i called about my washer i was told about the previous fee, i expressed to the agent i did not have money to pay the previous fee and the new fee for my washer, agent told me she could send me card to cover my fee for the washer but i would still have to pay the previous fee before i could go with my next request, so i told them to cancel request for my washer, at this time i was mad because the garage door tech lied about me not having to pay service fee to them they just billed ahs and knew ahs would get money from me i called garage door company and expressed my displeasure with them to no avail i called ahs back and spoke to a different agent who went ahead and processed the request for my washer and told me when i received the card for the previous fee just call back and they will apply the card then, so now all i have to pay is for the tech to come out for my washer. i have mixed feeling regarding home warranties, i don't know if the warranty companies are bad or if it is the contractors they use or a little of both, so far ahs has been ok for me as most times i needed them they have provided the service i neededYep this is exactly what happened to us with the ac system. Our was shot. Completely rusted put. The handler gone but home warranty won't cover a whole list of parts that need to go with the handler. You can't just replace one part of a system. So all said and done , after 10 days in July heat. With no ac. About 20 calls in. No one giving us an answer.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

You won’t have to worry about steep expenses associated with major repairs or replacements. Explore your options carefully to find the best fit for your home and lifestyle, so you’re enjoying affordable coverage that meets all your needs. A homeowners insurance policy only covers elements of the home that might need to be serviced or replaced due to unexpected damage, such as hurricanes, lightning strikes or fire. The incidents where a homeowner attempts to use a household appliance, only to find out that it is not functioning properly, would not be covered under a home insurance policy. In short, a home warranty will cover home systems and appliances that fail due to normal wear and tear coverage extent based on contract whereas homeowners insurance will not. For this reason, a home warranty is a good investment considering it will be used at some point as all home systems and appliances will eventually fail. Having both policies, secures your investment and relieves the homeowner’s anxiety of pending costs. In the USA, home warranty is a contractual agreement provided to an owner of a house by any of a number of different types of entities such as home builders, risk management groups, or others. The home warranty industry was founded in 1971 by American Home Shield. In the strictest legal sense a warranty of any kind within the United States must adhere to guidelines set at the states' and federal government's levels. However, the words "home warranty" are not always used explicitly to mean a legal warranty is being conveyed.