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Consumers may sometimes avoid falling prey to unlicensed companies by consulting their state's policies and other information regarding home warranty and similar services. In some cases current lists of licensed companies are available for consumers to check on the applicable state government agencies' websites. After determining if the system or appliance is covered by the contract, the company will send out a contractor from a local business. The homeowner will pay a pre determined service call fee to the contractor, who will diagnose the problem with the failed system or appliance. The contractor will get approval from the home warranty company to make the repair, depending on if the diagnosis reveals that the failure was caused by something the contract covers. If the contractor receives approval from the home warranty company, they will complete the repair. As long as the repair or replacement doesn’t cost more than a limit stated in the contract, the home warranty will pay the contractor for the rest of the bill. But with so many different types of home appliance warranty businesses out there, how can choose the right one?It can be overwhelming and time consuming to say the least. Plus, choosing the wrong one can end up costing you even more than not having any at all. Based on extensive research, we covered the top home warranty companies in this guide. Their ratings offer a bigger glimpse into the reviews and comparisons of the home warranty service providers.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Coverage varies by region and whether the home is involved in a real estate transaction. You may view sample coverage for home buyers and sellers, or sample coverage for homeowners who are not involved in a real estate transaction. Review your coverage. It is best to review your home warranty contract to understand specific coverage and limitations for the broken item. Request service. Sign in to place your request online or call 800.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

AHS had us find our own contractor to diagnose the other, unfixed leak and said to have the contractor call in. Problem is of course the call wait times are over 30 minutes and the contractor wasn't going to wait on hold that long. I waited and AHS refused to discuss policy coverage on the repair since I wasn't the contractor. AHS refuses to make outbound calls to customers or contractors except if you request a supervisor, then you get a call back within 24 hours with more platitudes, but no actual resolution. Really disappointing. I am buying a 100 year old home with a 50 year old furnace that, while still chugging away, I've researched to find it is incredibly difficult and expensive to get parts for.