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  • F
    This is a terrible company. We have used them before and they hire the cheapest companies to do their service work. We called them and explained that my wife is on oxygen 24/7. Our A/C broke and we need emergency service fast as the oxygenator is malfunctioning in the 100 degree heat. You have to pay them in advance, so we waited....... and waited. They assigned a repair company 50 miles from Salt Lake City. After a few days I called the number AHS gave us. The number was no in service. I looked up the company's phone number which was different than the one AHS gave us. That number was also a no service. I called AHS, but after 45 minutes on the phone, I gave up. I called a local company and explained our health issue. They sent someone out promptly. A few years ago we had a problem with our furnace. AHS sent out a company they own. The repair man took our furnace apart and walked away. Parts were scattered all over our garage floor. I called AHS and they apologized and would send out someone promptly. Two days later I received a message on the company....... the same one they own who created the problem in the first place. I called AHS and complained. They would have to talk to their supervisor. Never heard back. I finally called the state attorney general office and the state commerce department. AHS finally sent out a different company who made the repair.
    - WILLIAM K.
  • D
    When I first contacted AHS the first agent I received was very kind, professional and helpful as she understood health code violations are serious. She found me someone that said they could come out to my property. I was informed if they could not complete service today, I could call back and request authorization for an outside repair. Well the provider they gave me could not come same day, and I had to find someone else to complete the repair. When I called back to get authorization for an outside contractor, the very rude agent I received this time informed that it was under their expedited process which is 24 hours and I could not be approval for an outside contractor. I have reported to them to the BBB because as a landlord when I have a serious issue at one of my properties I do not want to be in the situation of being sued!! They provide great service if you don't mind waiting but they are not equipped to handles same day issues.
    - Diana N.
  • D
    This is the third request I've made and it's still not resolved. The last two times I have called, I was on hold for over an hour before I spoke to someone. The company that they used for the repair has been horrible! I will be submitting a separate review for the company used. This warranty company is a total waste of time and money and I would never recommend them to anyone.
    - STEVE M.
  • B

    I think they charged $60 per visit. They also checked the shower and did a bunch of things, but it was all under plumbing so it was all covered under the same trip. When I first came out I had a leak. I went downstairs. I had water all over the place so the guy came out and told me it had something to do with my water heater, which is a load of cr*p. Then I turned on the water again and the same problem. The second guy came out and said it was from my tap. He went outside and so he fixed it. He did not charge me for the first visit. But I had to pay because of the fact that it was not covered under home warranty. It is an outside thing. Their pricing is all about the same. The first guy was kind of, not so great. Their responsiveness was perfect. They were professional, but the one guy missed the whole thing totally. But it worked out well because I was not charged for the first visit.

    - Joanne E.
  • A
    Great service. Our sellers purchased it for us. We pay the 60/service fee each time service providers come, but it's a good deal. We bundle several repairs into each visit.
    Landmark is great and I'd recommend them.
    - Tanya F.
  • A
    When buying my condo in December 2013, I requested that a home warranty be provided to complete the deal. The seller told me that would be fine, and he wanted me to provide information on the home warranty company of my choice. After researching several companies and what each had to offer, prices and reviews, I decided on Landmark Home Warranty. From the very beginning of obtaining this home warranty, Landmark was professional, knowledgeable, available and friendly! They were efficient in sending the warranty to me, and the actual written warranty was clear and concise. Eleven months went by and I did not need any warranty service, and then in mid-December 2014, my dishwasher went on the fritz. I called Landmark and, within less than an hour, a gentleman from A+ Appliance Repair called and scheduled an appointment for the next day. The repairman was on time, professional, knowledgeable and friendly (yes, there IS a common theme here!) and had the problem figured out in moments. Unfortunately, he had to order the part which would take a couple of days but he called back when he said he would, came out and installed the part and all was well! Needless to say, Landmark is so good that I bought another 12-month warranty from them!
    - Jane F.
  • D
    I air flow checked prior to his coming. I was billed by America First for the service called and waiting almost 30 minutes before talking to someone. After being switched from department to department, I explained that I wasn't paying for the call because I didn't get the service I requested. Agent was going to check, have the charge dropped, and call me back. I received further invoices and called again. The same responses were given. Recently, my bill was handed over to a collection agency.
    After further conversations with First Am., a supervisor offered to send out an air balancing service person. I am waiting to see if the collection agency is dropping the charges as expected. This has been going on for 8 months.
    - Jillane P.
  • A
    An appointment with Allstate Plumbing was made for the next day. The technician was prompt, polite and very helpful. He exchanged the TP valve on a water heater and repaired a faucet. Excellent service!
    - Gerhard P K.
  • A
    I had a plumbing issue and didn't know if it was a plumbing problem, or a general contractor problem. Landmark solved all of my problems by sending someone to handle both situations. The techs were friendly, fast and reliable. I feel better knowing I have Landmark on my side.
    - Angela T.
  • B
    2 weeks after moving in we had sewage backing up into the bathtub of one of the bathrooms. I called the warranty company and they provided a few options for sub-contractors. The chosen sub-contractor that showed up was on time, very courteous and knowledgeable. they snaked the main drain and then when the line didn't clear, stated that some old cast iron pipe (5 feet) needed to be replaced and a clean out installed. They replaced the pipe in about 3 hours. The warranty company told the subcontractor how much the limit was for the claim and the amount the subcontractor charged, you guessed it, the maximum amount the warranty paid. To boot, once the pipe was replaced, the problem was not solved and we had to pay another $2,000 to another company to dig up the yard, add a clean out and pressure blast the drain, which worked. Had the warranty company not told the subcontractor how much the limit was, we should have had money left over to use toward the price to fix the drain correctly. Any type of insurance company should never tell a subcontractor the total amount of the coverage, it should be up to the insurer to know the maximum amount and work with the sub-contractors to negotiate a fair price, as the insurance companies should work for their customers. Its done, the drain has thankfully, not backed up since. 2 weeks after moving in we had sewage backing up into the bathtub of one of the bathrooms. I called the warranty company and they provided a few options for sub-contractors. The chosen sub-contractor that showed up was on time, very courteous and knowledgeable. they snaked the main drain and then when the line didn't clear, stated that some old cast iron pipe (5 feet) needed to be replaced and a clean out installed. They replaced the pipe in about 3 hours. The warranty company told the subcontractor how much the limit was for the claim and the amount the subcontractor charged, you guessed it, the maximum amount the warranty paid. To boot, once the pipe was replaced, the problem was not solved and we had to pay another $2,000 to another company to dig up the yard, add a clean out and pressure blast the drain, which worked. Had the warranty company not told the subcontractor how much the limit was, we should have had money left over to use toward the price to fix the drain correctly. Any type of insurance company should never tell a subcontractor the total amount of the coverage, it should be up to the insurer to know the maximum amount and work with the sub-contractors to negotiate a fair price, as the insurance companies should work for their customers. Its done, the drain has thankfully, not backed up since.
    - Stone B.
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