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.
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.
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.
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.
hey are the leading home warranty provider in the industry. They have skilled and licensed technicians who top-notch services. A standout feature of their services is they do not require a home inspection.
brent nunn, moore
On Aug 22, 2017
American Home Shield (AHS)
excellent customer service and no extra out of pocket after deductible i have filed a claim twice now and both times they were spot on . i will keep the warranty as long as i own this home and will buy one on the next as well .
Tom Manning, Moore
On Jan 30, 2014
American Home Shield (AHS)
Very dissatisfied with warranty service. Had a carbon monoxide alarm going off, so called AHS to get HVAC repairman out to look at the heaters. I have 2 units, a 3 ton and 2 ton for 2600 sq ft home. First question when repairman got there was how big is the house. After looking at system told me I was undersized (no measurements on the house, did not look at windows, insulation, no load computations, did not factor in SEER ratings on units, etc.). Then did CO test on heaters and tells me that it was 0 parts per million on 1 and 3 parts per million on the other. He said I had a leak in the plate between the fire and the air flow. Checks to see if parts available to fix (units 10 yrs old). No part available. Tells me not to run the one unit and that he will get with AHS about replacement (Mentions it will be with bottom tier unit). After he leaves I get a call from his boss. He is going to come check it out the next day. He comes out and looks at it cold and says no leak. Says ok to use and then leaves. Turned on unit and it would not come on. 20 minutes later get call from AHS telling me that I have a leak but they won't cover it because units are undersized and leak caused by overuse (check the contract - they bury that gem in there and obviously get their repair guys to make that finding). I call the guy who just left and ask what is going on. He says no leak, but mistake made in contacting AHS. We discussed the undersized comment. When asked how they could do size computation without doing things mentioned above he said the rule of thumb was 500 sq ft per ton (that is how they did it back in the 70s - not currently a valid way to do it according to my research). Before I called him back I had also did research on heater leaks and they indicated that you cannot do it visually (as he had done) especially on a "cold" unit, since heat causes the metal to expand and cracks in plate or welds would not be visible. I also asked how he could determine no cracks on a cold unit. He could not give a reasonable answer - just said based upon his "experience." He offered to come out again the next day and pull the part out so that it could be properly examined. Told me he would be there before noon. I took off from work again (3rd straight day). Had not heard from him and at 2:30 called to see what was going on. Got run around but he came shortly after. Told him all I wanted him to was get it back operating and leave. Reason it was not working was because he forgot to put the igniter back in the day before. I plan to have the unit checked out by someone competent. If they find a leak will look to sue AHS if they refuse to honor the contract.