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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They are the pioneers in the home warranty industry. The company has 15,000 licensed technicians nationwide. AHS plans come into effect 30 days after the date of purchase and lasts for 12 months.
They are one of the leading home warranty providers in the industry. They have skilled and licensed technicians who provide top-notch services. A standout feature of their services is that they do not require a home inspection.
The company was founded in 2008. They have a vast network of skilled contractors and dedicated customer support representatives who offer high-quality services. HSC plans come into effect within ten days following the payment.
APHW has been in the industry since 1999. The company is known for providing roof coverage and accepting invoices for repairs from technicians they couldn't dispatch. APHW offers several benefits to its customers, such as allowing the customers to get their preferred technicians, among others.
They are the only company in the home warranty industry to offer coverage for mobile homes. They offer a 30-day free trial and $100 Off on roof coverage. Select Home Warranty has a dedicated team that offers 24/7 customer support.
They have more than 35 years of experience in the industry. They offer several benefits to their customers, including flexible payment options, 30 days money-back guarantee, unlimited service calls, etc.
The company has been protecting homeowners since 1996. Their policy comes into effect immediately and lasts for 13 months. They are committed to customer satisfaction and therefore offer 30 days recall period on labor and 90 days on parts.
Maureen Therese Crain, Lees Summit
On May 01, 2021
Cinch Home Services
Very pleased with technicians from Cinch Home Services, who repaired my dryer. Working well and doesn\'t sound like a threshing machine. They were very proficient, friendly and knew their job and left everything as they found it. Very satisfied except for long wait for parts and that wasn’t their fault.
Bren , LEES SUMMIT
On Apr 16, 2018
American Home Shield (AHS)
Received a letter from this bogus ass company requesting payment for a contract I never put into place. Spoke to 9 different people, none of which could resolve my issue. I will NEVER do business with this company!
Jeff, Lees Summit
On Jun 07, 2014
Old Republic Home Protection
In short, AC went out & the only contractor I was allowed to use, couldn't make it out for 4 days. They were then a no call, no show. I had someone local come out to repair. I called Old Republic back to see about getting reimbursed for the labor. I was told they wouldn't reimburse because I didn't call them prior. Thanks for absolutely nothing! Joke of a warranty, eh?
Mark Socha, Lees Summit
On Jan 22, 2013
American Home Shield (AHS)
I wrote a review for Lees Summit, MO. Follow up. I was told there would not be a deductible payment of $75 for a second opinion if the second opinion concured with my opinion. It did, as AHS reluctantly (kicking and screaming) sent me a partial reimbursement of $1,570 towards my $3,800 expense. Then I get a bill for $75. Unbelievable the gall of this company. I'll be fighting this $75 through collections no doubt. Every review I have read of this company was awful. Wish I had known several years ago. Better educated now. I found a company called AB May locally for Home Warranties that I will be using going forward. They had mostly good reviews, but some bad. The exception was that every bad review was accompanied by correspondance from AB May about the issue, and how it was resolved, and normally to the point that the customer was happy. I hadn't seen that on any other home warranty company reviews. Their price was only $8 more per month than AHS, but I feel better about problem resolution. I actaully found some reviews about other companies that were actually worse than AHS. Price is a consideration, but sometimes price doesn't tell the whole story. I had used AB May when I first bought my duplex, but dropped them because the price went up after the first year. That first year, I had both water heaters go out at the same time and the repairman came down and replaced both of them, just like that, same day service. No fights, no delays, just get it done. It's only $60 amonth, but you pay that to protect yourself against big expenses. I can't say enough through first hand experience, research the companies you do buisness with. It's a real eye opener.
Mark, Lees Summit
On Jan 12, 2013
American Home Shield (AHS)
Everything is fine with AHS unless there is a claim. I own a duplex. Both furnaces went out at the same time. AHS sent a vendor who said the units were not serviced properly and denied the claim. I appealed, through their process, and they sent a second vendor, who said maintenance was reasonable and recommended replacement. Over the next month I called AHS no less that a dozen times asking where we were in the replacement process. Each time I was told that they were waiting for "pictures" even tho the vendor had taken pictures and sent then in within five days of the initial call. Being December and temperatures in the 20's, I either had to replace the furnaces with my own money, or wait on AHS to live up to their contract. They did absolutely nothing, so I had the furnaces replaced at my expense through their vendor as I figured I would have a better chance at reimbursement if I used one of their vendors. Three weeks later, and up to a dozen calls later, all of which produced nothing, I looked up the president of the company and tried to call him through an un-advertised number to the AHS Home Office, which I had to research to find. I found that they have a separate number to call for complaints such as mine, unadvertised of course. I explained my situation once again. I was told I would recieve feed back from AHS within two days. Five days later, they finally did call. I spent $3,900 to have the furnaces replaced through their vendor. Unfortunately, they could offer me only $1,500 as I had mistakenly upgraded the furnaces without their authorization, although I had tried near a dozen times to get but was ignored. Had I waited for their feedback any longer, I may have faced a lawsuit myself from my tenants, repercusions from my tenants vacating because of no heat, or possible issues with my tenants health due to the lack of heat. AHS couldn't have cared less, and OI even had my attorney send a demand in the interim. Out to make a buck, why should they care about someone's health or their reponsibilities, when they are contarctually obligated to do the right thing, but are morally incapable of making any kind of decision if it involves them making an expenditure. AHS purposely delayed any communication to force me to act on my responsibilities as a landlord, which I did, then took advantage of the situation by sticking me with a $2,300 expense that they were contratually obligated to perform on. I come to that conclusion because I spoke with no less that a dozen reps, all who acted the same, reading from their computer screen. AHS quotes competative rates, but what they offer is no protection whatsoever. They don't care about life, limb, responsibility of obligations to a contract. They would sooner see someone suffer that lift a finger to do their job at the expense of a buck. If you pay a premium to AHS, you may as well take that money and toss it out your car window on the freeway because you won't get anything in return from this company.