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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.

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Having both policies, secures your investment and relieves the homeowner’s anxiety of pending costs. In the USA, home warranty is a contractual agreement provided to an owner of a house by any of a number of different types of entities such as home builders, risk management groups, or others. The home warranty industry was founded in 1971 by American Home Shield. In the strictest legal sense a warranty of any kind within the United States must adhere to guidelines set at the states' and federal government's levels. However, the words "home warranty" are not always used explicitly to mean a legal warranty is being conveyed. In many cases, at least in the United States, a home warranty is not a warranty at all, but rather a home service contract that covers the repair and/or replacement costs of home appliances, major systems such as heating and cooling, and possibly other components of a home, structural or otherwise.

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Frustrating and I feel as if I am stuck. Let's face it, home warranty is no different than any other insurance, period. If you recognize that you are paying for something that may never be needed going in, then when you have a loss, you recognize the benefit. The 50 70 per loss/claim is your deductible, which you have to pay on any coverage, cell phone, auto, homeowners, etc. Each and every claim is a new loss. With that said, I will say, I had a home warranty on my "home from hell" in California, and Thank God we had it. They paid for a new furnace, new water heater, new well pump, just to mention a few things. Yes, I had to pay my deductible each time, but the $500 600 warranty paid for itself over and over in that home. I would rather have paid the $500 600 and never had to call on them. I would have probably been like everyone else out there complaining that they are a big waste, but when you have a claim that would have cost you hundreds to thousands of dollars, writing a check for the $50 deductible is relatively painless. I found this website while looking to purchase a home warranty on a home we are about to buy, and I will have no regrets, especially if I never need to use it.

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