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"The following is a review of the contractor sent to me by
. Please go to the final paragraph to get my assessment of AHS. Suffice it to say," I cancelled my contract with
the day after this contractor came to my house. When I called to cancel, my call was sent to "Customer Retention." There was NO way AHS was going to retain me as a customer. Quality - or lack thereof - tells. This plumber was dispatched to my rental home through
(a home warranty company) to deal with two toilet back-ups. After initially saying they would come in FOUR days, (they called Thursday and said they would come Monday,) I prevailed upon them to show up the day they called. To their credit, they did show up promptly. However, my tenant, who dealt with them, reported that they came off as unprofessional and lackadaisical in attitude. When I was told what needed to be done, (having spoken to the plumbers,) which was outside the scope of what AHS covers, they quoted me a price of about $825 for work on two toilets. This wouldn't have bothered me quite so much if I hadn't had the same process done with one toilet through another, INDEPENDENT plumber 10 months before, (NOT through AHS, since I bought their policy only last month,) who charged me $295 for ONE toilet. Moreover, my tenant had thought this earlier plumber was superb, efficient, professional and knowledgeable. Please note that the $125 cost listed above was the price for the visit through AHS. So, I am comparing the same work done by "Superior," a plumbing company to which I have given an "F" rating, at approximately $410/toilet to someone who did the same work efficiently, professionally, quickly and courteously for $295/toilet. Not only would I NEVER recommend "Superior," I would certainly share with people my less than ideal experience with them, which I am now doing. (Unfortunately, however, if you use AHS and are reading this review, you are already saddled with them.) The experience was bad enough so that I will be cancelling my contract with AHS, given the quality - or lack thereof - of the contractors with whom they deal, based upon this one situation, which I don't intend to take a
on being repeated in other situations. I'd rather save the AHS funds and use them toward hiring people who are professional and competent and who charge relatively reasonable prices .

-Margaret S.

"The problem with AHS is they will not let you use local repair services authorized by the manufacturer. They send someone from far away who tells you the service" is not covered. You pay $90 for the call and get nothing. I have yet to get anything from this insurance that was not a hassle to get them to come and then get them to repair the appliance that is insured. If anyone knows a home repair insurance company that LETS YOU CHOOSE THE SERVICE PROVIDER, let me know. Otherwise I think this is insurance you don't need.


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First, call your insurance company and tell them you do not want any proceeds paid to the contractor under your policy as you are not going with them.  This way they can not collect money on your behalf.  Insurance will typically have you sign a form for release of funds anyway but this is a good extra step to make sure your signature isn't forged.  Second, call the contractor and tell them you will not be needing their services afterall.  Did your husband pay a deposit?  If so it may be non-refundable.  Then follow up with a certified letter. 


An email as well doesn't hurt but some states don't yet recognize email as a form of communication for legally binding documentation.  This may have changed and I'm sure more states do recognize them as I haven't followed that topic elsewhere as much as I used to.  The contractor's office should be local.  A sure fire way to ensure they got the message is to deliver the letter to the office of the contractor and have someone at the office sign a duplicate stating it has been recieved and read.  There's no arguing whether they received it or not by doing that.


Hopefully you've learned your lesson about high pressure sales techniques and storm chasers looking for a quick buck.  Some people find out a much harder way.  While these guys may be legitimate you should always do your homework on a contractor before signing the contract.  Unless you have water running out of the house and the work has to be done on the spot it's not so much of an emergency that it can't wait until the next day.


Todd Shell

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San Antonio, TX

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Home Warranty reviews in Lagrange


Not good at all. They sent several contractors on different days until they found one that was familiar with my HVAC system (
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Company, Series V1-B1 Vertical Integral air conditioning/heating system). This required me to be home from work each day. The contractor that was familiar with the system could not fix it but still charged me the $75 co-pay. That was on November 24, 2014. To date,
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Home Warranty Co., has not fixed my system. Their website and ads claim that they will repair or replace for the $75 co-pay which is a lie. I chased them for 2 months because they ignored me. Each time that I reached them by telephone they would tell me that they were researching/checking. I finally sent them a certified complaint letter in January to all three of their addresses and under all of their aliases. My letter included an email from the manufacturer listing the contractors in our area that were trained in this system. Now
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wants me to pay a co-pay of $3,000.00. Mind you that my heat in my living room and dining room does not work. I had to finally purchase a heater from HSN. I want
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to do all of the work for the $75 co-pay that I have already paid. This is my third year with
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and although their yearly repair limit for my contract is $15,000 they have only paid roughly $2,000.00 in repairs for me.
- Iris C.

My heater has been not working. Since January, there has been no heat in my home. They have sent repairmen 3 times and nothing has worked. Today they said they would buy me out for $853 so I can go get it fixed on my own.That is unacceptable, no one will touch it for that small amount. I did not agree and am currently waiting on them to still fix the issue.

At the time of my home purchase last year, I was given a list of different warranty companies to choose from. After consideration, I settled on Landmark and have been very pleased. I have filed claims online, over the phone, and via smartphone. I have had to have five claims filed, and each time I was given perfect service. I've had a broken refrigerator (twice), water issues, as well as a non-functioning
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. The turnaround time was very fast on each claim and the vendors they chose to come to my home took care of the problems well.

Their online site is very consumer-friendly, and I have never had to wait while calling on the phone. (Once, in the middle of the night, my water heater started leaking and they were able to get a plumber out that morning which solved the issue). You can also review all past claims online and see the status of each. You can also easily check prices and coverage as well.

All in all, I highly recommend Landmark. A must have for new homeowners as you never know what will break on you. Also, a shout out to
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's Plumbing, A-Plus Service, and Total Appliance Service. Thanks!
- Jacob S.

When the AC unit started malfunctioning (started freezing, condensing and dripping water on the floor and in the ducts), our floor and cieling got damaged.
The company kept delaying on getting things repaired, and sent people for fixing the symptoms (putting tape on pipes, etc.) and not fixing the unit. The first contractor suggested that the unit needs replacement, but apparently they never submitted their report to AHS. Between the contractor and AHS, they kept shifting the blame to each other.
Finally, when I asked for a second opinion, AHS connected us to a second contractor, who asked for $200+ to open up our ceiling to look for leaks in the pipe (when infact the first contractor confirmed that the leak was in the unit). The second contractor also said they won't close the unit, so I'd have to pay for that work too, and it would anyway not confirm the resolution of the issue.
I got tired to talking to people on the phone, spening significant time on hold and finally fired them. Then I decided to just change the unit on my dime. Peace of mind that way!
- Vamsi D.

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in general provides the lowest bidder to provide home repairs. Every time
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will push their service providers to make the least expensive repair. In reality, I'm not sure the value of their service. My two central air conditioners are almost 20 years old, and once they are replaced I will drop
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Currently I utilize their services as a hedge against a costly repair in the heat of the Texas summer. Some of the service providers, trying to build their business, sent out by
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are outstanding. Other service providers are so poor they could not keep business on their own and need
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to funnel them business.

When would I get an
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Warranty? Purchase of a different house for the first year until I'm comfortable with the condtion of all the condition appliances, or if I'm concerned about something breaking that I couldn't afford to replace that year (i.e. 20 year old air conditioning unit).
- Joshua C.

They have sent out several companies throughout the years that I have had coverage with them. All of the companies have been very professional, quick to do the repairs once here, however, wait times for service have started to become longer and longer. This is not something you want to encounter when you are dealing with Cooling and Heating issues.
- Michael O.

It was a long laborious process. The unit had been repaired before and it took many appointments before they decided to replace the entire but they did get it fixed.
- Mark D.

AHS assigned
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as the contractor. Repairs failed and the contractor returned to our home a total of four times (08/20/14, 08/30/14, 09/05/14 and 09/15/14). The first time the washer stopped running after only three cycles. We called AHS, informed them we had serious medical issues at home at the time and asked for their intervention, citing
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' lack of response. The service did not improve. The parts ordered by the
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technicians would arrive, so we knew
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had some record that parts ordered were on site. Our attempts to contact
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directly and have technicians' respond more timely also were unsuccessful. The technician from 09/15/14 was unsuccessful and scheduled a fifth service appointment for 09/24/14.
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called us on 09/23/14 at 11:21 and cancelled the service call, saying they would have to reschedule. At this point, and still with no washer, we called AHS, reminded them that we had serious medical issues in the home at the time and again complained about
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. AHS told us they would call back with a solution to our problem - we never heard back. AHS's action was to mail two cards informing us they were closing our file unless they heard from us regarding the matter. They did hear from us, we called and let them know the issue had not been resolved and we were very unhappy with the service from
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. We have since purchased a washing machine. 08/20/14 - Receipt issued, Technician ID 0780072 08/30/14 - no receipt given 09/05/14 - Receipt issued, Technician ID 0527002 09/15/14 - Receipt issued, Technician ID 0675785 We have dealt with AHS in the past and have not had problems of this nature.
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as a contractor for AHS seems to have been one of our main issues.
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was very difficult to deal with.
- Elizabeth B.

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