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It is necessary to lean on the warranty company in some cases. It can take longer to get a satisfactory resolution as compared to the home owner who simply calls his own contractor and pays out of pocket. Consumers often like the fact that they have some warranty on the systems and appliances. I buy these policies for my clients because they are more likely to remember me positively when they save a few hundreds or thousands on repairs. That's one way to get referral business and repeat business. One should be aware that systems and appliances are always failing. A house may have no expenses for years then all of a sudden there are a series of repairs. Maintain an emergency fund of, say, $10,000 and you will be able to deal with almost all repairs when necessary. The cost of warranties over many years can be about the same as simply fixing or replacing the items when these break. As an A/C contractor which has done work for home warranty companies, This is a complete waste of money for any homeowner. Denials for repairs are numerous and this is the first thing the technician is looking for when he walks into any house.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

Of course there are some home buyers who expect the warranty companies to cover items that are not included in the contract. Can't help there. It is a fact that these companies are more likely to send substandard contractors. It is necessary to lean on the warranty company in some cases. It can take longer to get a satisfactory resolution as compared to the home owner who simply calls his own contractor and pays out of pocket. Consumers often like the fact that they have some warranty on the systems and appliances.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Thank goodness for the Home Warranty plan and that Old Republic customer service was so good and their networked contractors seem to be of a higher caliber than is reported here in this article. I paid $375 for the plan and $75 for each service call. I think it was money well spent and am very satisfied!I had a 1 year policy with American Home Shield AHS that came with the sale when I bought my renovated 1908 Craftsman home. I used their service twice to fix valves that had been installed backwards in the bathroom water fixtures. Other than that their service was a complete waste of $500/year. Each time I called about a problem having to do with faulty plumbing, electric, or faulty workmanship, AHS always found an excuse with the problem that disqualified it from their coverage plan.