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What do you know. I needed a compressor and someone will be in touch!This is clearly by design to appease you by dispatching someone to your home but not actually fix anything. Needless to say this contractor is not qualified to service any AC units or even be in business period!I guess the contractors are only as good as the service provider i. e. 2 10 Home Warranty. So shame on 2 10 Home Warranty for continuing to employ and dispatch such contractors when I'm so certain they are very aware of the countless complaints about this unprofessional and unreliable contractor!I am completely getting the run around from 2 10. They stated they were waiting on a diagnosis from the contractor before they could move forward. So, I called the contractor and they stated they had already submitted the diagnosis and were waiting for 2 10's approval. I called 2 10 back and they stated "ma'am we have 1,000's of claims to review" So, basically they take your money, but clearly don't the adequate resources or staff to resolve issues in a timely manner or just do the right human thing!This is a bad business model and what a poor way to treat paying customers. On to making a complaint to BBB. I will definitely not be recommending 2 10 to anyone EVER!There was something wrong with my AC switch.

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5. I have always felt since you're purchasing insurance to cover a certain kind of issue and paying a premium to do so, then why is it necessary to pay additional amounts for the service you have the insurance for?It's just like having dental insurance that you pay a $500. 00 or more deductible, then sometimes hundreds of dollars in monthly premiums, only to have to further pay $600 to $1000 or more to get dentures. Ridiculous!If you had that kind of money, you wouldn't need insurance in the first place!What is the point?So, I guess we'll just have to keep taking care of our household issues on an individual basis and keep trying to find the best price for our budget, because this insurance, just like every other kind I know of, seems to be one gigantic scam. As a former HVAC contractor for several home warranty companies, I concur with the other service companies' negative remarks regarding these policies. Everyone involved is pitted against each other from the start, and everyone will get skinned contractor and customer alike except the home warranty company. These policies appeal to hungry contractors in saturated markets, and bad customers who want something for nothing. The customers we dealt with would become so angry and desperate they would literally harass and threaten us. It's illogical to believe you can get anything substantial for the mere $75 service fee the customer pays, which, in most cases, is all we could charge for the entire service call. Hence, the denials, long wait times and band aid repairs. Paying customers always come first, regardless of how many newborns are involved.

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After our most recent experience we will likely be suing them. We live in the fastest growing city in US, but yet their first response is "we have no one in your area. " Then we call to get the claim "expedited," stay on hold for an hour or more and a week later get someone out. Sometimes the companies are good, mostly they are not. This last claim the company sent out a repair person who told AHS a repair was covered and then AHS made them send out a second technician who said it wasn't covered as per his instructions from his boss, AHS is their biggest customer. Find another company and make sure whoever you go with they guarantee that they have plenty of service providers in your area. 4/14 Started service. 5/16 Called in for a repair. 4/25 Service tech sent to my home. He was there less than 5 minutes and looked at my furnace. Quote came back that it would cost me over $2000, for a new flue, ductwork, etc.

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