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BEST HOME WARRANTY COMPANIES IN new orleans, louisiana

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Min Average Premium in louisiana Max $ 313.88 No. of Homeowners
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city icon CITY: New Orleans
country icon COUNTRY: Orleans Parish
state icon STATE: LA
population icon POPULATION: 382333
area code icon AREA CODE: 504
zipcode icon ZIP CODES COVERED: 70112, 70113, 70114, 70115, 70116

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Choice Home Warranty

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The company has been in the industry for over 11 years. Since their inception, they have protected more than 1,000,000 homes across the United States. The company offers a range of plans that cover major appliances and systems. 

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2-10 Home Buyers Warranty

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Founded in 1980, 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty has protected more than 5.8 million homes across the United States. Their policy comes into effect 30 days following the purchase of a warranty plan.

Service Line Warranties (SLW)

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The company was founded in 2003. Since their inception, they have served more than 4 million customers and have been recognized as the most trusted service provider. Service Line Warranties offers three cost-effective plans.

Total Protect

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Founded in 1978, the company has served more than 80,000 customers. They have a network of 40,000 licensed and insured contractors nationwide. They offer three plans which cover a wide range of appliances and systems.

American Residential Warranty

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They are among the most popular home warranty providers. They allow customers to review policy for 30 days and change their plan within those 30 days. The added advantage of American Residential Warranty is they do not force long term contracts upon the customers.

Lowe's Appliance Extended Warranty

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Lowe's is a leading home warranty company. The company was founded in 1946 and is known for its unmatched customer service. Their plans come into effect immediately. They repay you 30% of the premium protection plan's cost if you haven't requested service before expiration.

Home Depot Home Protection Plans

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The company was established in 1978. Their policy does not include any waiting period and deductibles. The Home Depot's plans include several features such as power surge protection, reimbursement, or replacement if the device is beyond repair, heat and humidity coverage, etc.

HomeServe USA

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Over the last ten years, the company has protected more than 3.4 million homes in the United States. They are known for providing emergency repair solutions at affordable prices. They offer a one year guarantee on all covered repairs.

new orleans Home Warranty Companies Reviews


Tom, New Orleans

On Feb 20, 2016

American Home Shield (AHS)

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As I write this, we're approaching 76 days without hot water in our new home, thanks to American Home Shield. The warranty was a housewarming gift from my parents, and the first and only time we had to use it was when our tankless electric hot water heater went out on December 8 of last year (2015). American Home Shield sent a plumber, who collected a service fee and said he thought it was an electrical problem. The electrician said he thought it was an plumbing problem. A different plumber arrived, collected a second service fee (you're only supposed to pay once), and ordered a new circuit board for the unit. To the plumber's credit, he came over to install it Christmas Eve morning, and everything seemed to be fixed. Less than a week later, the unit stopped working again. The same plumber arrived and said he thought there was nothing wrong with the unit; he thought we were using too much hot water. (We were using the same amount of hot water we'd always used, when the unit had functioned normally.) When the unit kept breaking down, the same plumber came back yet again and said it was an electrical problem. AHS sent a different electrician, who collected still another service fee (the third one we've paid), looked at the machine, and said we needed different breakers. When the machine still didn't work -- and the manufacturer confirmed to me on the phone that the electrician had misread the specs and mistakenly changed the breakers -- the same electrician had to come back and replace the breakers, though he didn't refund our service fee (he told me his paperwork from AHS had told him to collect it). Eventually, I got on the phone with a tech who works for the manufacturer, who concluded the unit needed to be replaced because a water leak was shorting out the circuit board. How did the tech reach this conclusion? I texted him a picture of the rust clearly visible inside the unit. How did four contractors look at the machine and fail to diagnose the leak by looking at the same rust, this tech asked me? I couldn't answer that question. The manufacturer's tech and I reached this conclusion on a Tuesday afternoon, but AHS refused to replace the unit on the tech's say so. Instead, AHS told us we would have to wait for the plumber to call the manufacturer, and then for the plumber to call AHS. We called the plumber on Tuesday. And again on Wednesday. And again on Thursday. And on Friday. We called AHS every day, too. We still have no hot water, and we haven't heard back from anyone. This company is clearly a scam. They farm their work out to incompetent, second rate (and possibly shady) contractors, and the company avoids taking responsibility for anything by having a system in which however many times you call, you will never get the same person twice. The customer service people all claim they've been instructed not to put you through to anyone higher up the company's chain of command. They also claim not to have email addresses or direct telephone lines. Three different customer service representatives told me they were going to resolve our issue this week. One of them called to tell us what we already knew: AHS will replace the unit when it hears from the plumber. We didn't hear back from the other two. This has probably been one of the worst consumer experiences I've ever had. Don't reward this company's bad business practices and dubious ethics. If you need a home warranty -- and odds are, you probably don't -- spend your money elsewhere. Next Tuesday, we will have gone 11 weeks without hot water, thanks to this company.


Richard Boening, New Orleans

On Dec 05, 2015

American Home Shield (AHS)

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American Home Shield is a very valuable part of my home ownership. With American Home Shield I am able to rest assured knowing that when major components break down in my home they will be repaired with ease and professionalism. American Home Shield keeps you informed each step of the process via email, phone, and their website.


Christopher Koch, New Orleans

On Sep 20, 2015

American Home Shield (AHS)

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My sump pump broke the evening before a storm was supposed to arrive. The AHS representative that I talked to was very understanding. She took ownership of the problem, ensured that I got the help that I needed right away, and followed up with me to let me know that help was on the way. The plumber was quick to respond and did a good job with the replacement.


Russell Tomlinson, New Orleans

On Sep 06, 2015

American Home Shield (AHS)

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Prior to our most recent experience with American Home Shield, we have been very satisfied. Our garage door opener was in desperate need of repair and the service was very prompt and the work excellent. Our latest experience with the contractor for American Home Shield has been less than satisfactory. We are still waiting for the repair to be completed for our dishwasher. The contractor did not contact us in the allotted time and when I called them to check on the status of the part to be ordered they never responded even though their voice message said they would respond in 24 hours. I called 4 times and never got any response in 24 hours. Finally I had to contact American Home Shield directly and they responded that the part had just been ordered after waiting for nearly 2 weeks. I don't know if the contractor delayed ordering the part or if the part was hard to find. My particular complaint is not so much the time it has taken, but the lack of response from the contractor. If they say they will respond, they should respond even if the part had not been ordered. That is just good business. I would not recommend this particular contractor, however my satisfaction with American Home Shield remains very positive.


Jose Quevedo, New Orleans

On Jun 12, 2015

American Home Shield (AHS)

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I think I did explain it before and I am going to say again : my experience with AHS in every aspect was satisfactory. I walkways was getting the service on time, I always was treated with respect and I always received explanations in a very good man weans always understandable. Very satisfied with AHS overall.


Oleta C, New Orleans

On Sep 08, 2014

American Home Shield (AHS)

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I called the Lindsey Co. on Monday & was given an appointment the next day. The repairman showed up on time, had his id badge in plain sight, came in & gave the garbage disposal the adjustment that was needed. This took all of ten minutes. He was very polite & knowledgable. Iwas surprised to have the work done so quickly. Especially since I called on a Monday. I thought that the work week would have already been biiked. The lady at Lindsey Co. was very nice. The customer service rep that I talked to was helpful & friendly as always. I never feel that I am asking for something stupid or that I'm imposing.


camille, New Orleans

On Apr 23, 2014

Old Republic Home Protection

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Old Republic is my first home warranty company. Generally they have been responsive and friendly. However, it is the quality of the repair companies that they contract with that I have had an issue with. Two have promised to return with parts and never had. One was dishonest about the repair work needed. I am switching to another company that can afford to contract with better quality companies.
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