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It would be ideal to shortlist about three or four providers who come via home warranty leads and compare their quotes and terms before signing the contract. The terms and conditions should be examined carefully to make sure the house owner understands everything that is related to coverage, costs, service and claims. I have had nothing but great experiences with 2 10 Home Buyers Warranty. I have had my AC replaced, my ice maker replaced, and a part replaced in my toilet. The AC the repairmen installed was top notch. This was shortly after I bought my home and I was concerned that 2 10 wouldn’t come through because I had just moved in.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

We asked CCHS, but a spokeswoman refused to say how many warranties it has. She did say it manages more than one million claims per year. BBB lists 18 alternate business names, including HMS and CCHS, for the company. It's common for a company with that many complaints to receive an low rating from BBB, but BBB didn't rank the company. We asked why. A BBB spokeswoman said it was evaluating complaints "right now" to determine if there are any patterns that it should address to the company. The BBB complaints are not isolated. A quick Google search found hundreds of additional complaints, many with similarities to Torine's experience, many citing confusion over the company's name. We asked CCHS to investigate Torine's case. A few hours later, Torine got a call from the repair company, which said it had a long conversation with an HMS rep. The parts were in and an appointment was set for two days later.

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This is simply not something that you want to hastily sign. Take your time and read it thoroughly because it is legally binding. Home warranties are definitely worth the money, but you just have to understand what you are getting into before you sign any paperwork. The way that contracts are set up is in articles. Each article is a section. They are usually numbered. Depending on which part of the contract that you are in, you will see terms that will relate to your coverage options. You will need to understand what your coverage options are. You will need to understand which contractors are covered under your warranty. There are going to be articles and subsections that may not be related to your coverage options. You need to verify, with your broker, which articles refer to your coverage options and which ones are not covered.