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A home warranty is a good marketing tool for a home seller. Before you offer one to a potential homebuyer, make sure you do your research on the company.
Home warranties don't always come with the kind of robust protection and security homeowners expect. Here's a quick breakdown on the real costs, and real benefits, of purchasing a warranty for your home.
A home warranty, or home service contract, provides service, repair or replacement on a home’s major systems and appliances for a usual term of one year. They've also topped our list of most-complained about categories for three years running.
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.
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San Antonio, TX
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My heat pump stopped working. I contacted AHS and AHS sent out a repair contractor. The repair contractor made a superficial diagnosis that my disconnect box failed and tripped the breaker. The repair contractor stated that the cause of the disconnect box failure "appeared" to be a power surge, although he was not sure. I disagreed with the diagnosis and communicated this to the repair contractor and AHS. Even as uneducated as I am about heat pumps, I told them that the compressor failed, and this is what set the heat pump failure event in motion. Because an alleged power surge "appeared" to be the cause of the heat pump failure, my claim was denied and my appeal fell on deaf ears. Note that the repair contractor admitted to AHS that he did not actually know why the system failed so he guessed "power surge." Also note that the repair contractor offered to repair the disconnect box for $320, which was not covered under the warranty. He also told me that the repair was not worth it and attempted to sell me a new heat pump system. This repair contractor was clearly unethical in his dealings with me. Because my claim was denied by AHS, and its repair contractor was attempting to gouge me on the repair price, I took the matter to my regular heat pump maintenance contractor. He repaired the disconnect box for $180, and
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