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It was a deal with Metro Rooter. Our hot water heater wasn't working and the water went everywhere in our garage. So I called 2 10 and they did the same thing again. They got a hold of somebody that lives in the next town over. Why would they dispatch somebody that’s in a different town?It made no sense and they didn't get that. I told them that was not gonna work and that we had used another plumbing company in the past. Since it was on a weekday, I told the rep I would put the call on hold and called the company from my husband's phone to find out if they would accept 2 10 Home Warranty. The company's rep said they do so I went back on the other phone and told this lady that we wanna use Metro Rooter. But she said that Metro Rooter was not one of their approved vendors. I told her that I have the Metro Rooter rep on the other phone and she said that they had done visits with 2 10 Home Warranty many times. So we went back and forth and Metro Rooter's rep said that they were doing business under some other name, Mr.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Place your hand around the pipe to improve suction and allow the vacuum to run for a minute. Then, check the vacuum canister to see if the clog was successfully removed. 5. Next, you'll need to identify the access point on the drain line. Usually, the drain will have a T shaped vent with a PVC cover. Remove the cover and inspect the drain.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

When I asked them how much it would be to pay out if I just want to buy a new furnace myself, because hey, don't want the family and I to die from Carbon Monoxide poisoning in the middle of the night, they tell me the payout is $60. This for a part that I can't find for less than $250. We have small children, it is mid winter and currently we have been without a furnace now for a week and counting, while the warranty company continues to order parts and repair when we have had 3 separate HVAC pros recommend replacement, not to mention one of their own techs refused to work on this unit. Home warranties are a complete waste of money, unless you don't mind being nickeled and dimed to death and living with appliances that are continually dying, and lets not forget dangerous!I have documented all of this and if my family and I dies from CO poisoning, I have made sure my surviving family will sue my home warranty company. We will not renew our warranty when it comes up, but will instead save the money toward a new furnace. The only time I would recommend a home warranty is when you buy a home and the seller pays for it, maybe you can have one expensive repair taken care of in that first year, but don't expect them to replace anything or be timely about it.