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Their contractor was definitely sketchy. AHS had us find our own contractor to diagnose the other, unfixed leak and said to have the contractor call in. Problem is of course the call wait times are over 30 minutes and the contractor wasn't going to wait on hold that long. I waited and AHS refused to discuss policy coverage on the repair since I wasn't the contractor. AHS refuses to make outbound calls to customers or contractors except if you request a supervisor, then you get a call back within 24 hours with more platitudes, but no actual resolution. Really disappointing. I am buying a 100 year old home with a 50 year old furnace that, while still chugging away, I've researched to find it is incredibly difficult and expensive to get parts for. It will likely need to be replaced within a few years and would certainly save on home heating costs to replace it sooner rather than later. I was going to rely on a home warranty to help with this, but after reading a bunch of articles online, I found this one on Angie's list, which saved the day AGAIN. Discovering that home warranties don't cover replacement costs may change whether I actually buy this house. Thank you, Angie's List, for your research and listings!We were recently contacted by one, they wanted to know if we would be interested in doing some of their work in our area, we took a look at their contractor agreement, let me tell you this, what they wanted for us would have done two things if we had accepted their proposed rates / their work.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I would have ice everywhere and it was leaking water inside my freezer, so it would refreeze everything in a block of ice. Although this seemed to be happening every 30 days, it’s been a couple months now and everything seems to be good. I called the emergency number for the contractor Sunday night, and he said they'd send someone out the following day Monday. The owner of the company came to my home on Monday afternoon and was quickly able to find that our compressor was shot the most expensive component on the AC aside from basically just putting in a new unit. I asked him straight out how long this would take to fix based on all the terrible reviews I've read online from 2 10 about it taking months to get service and he said it really just depends. I had a stomach ache from reading reviews that night but hoped for the best that we would not be without air much longer in the July, 90 degree heat. I was THRILLED this morning when Willie, the contractor, called me at 8 am to tell me he had the part in stock, 2 10 had approved the claim and he'd be out today to fix our unit. He had it up and running in just a few short hours and everything was resolved within 36 hours of me making my claim. I realize that this does not seem to be the norm based on all the reviews but it seems as though we lucked out with a great contractor who got the job done quickly and efficiently for us and a rep Katrina who was very helpful in getting our claim pushed through. I paid our $100 service call fee to the contractor and no other out of pocket fees. I wanted to take the time to write a positive review because it was a wonderful, easy process for us and hope it will be for others as well!Hi there Nick S.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The letter suggested that brokers and agents could be violating the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act if they accepted a fee for selling home warranties.