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BEST HOME WARRANTY COMPANIES IN corpus christi, texas

city icon CITY: Corpus Christi
country icon COUNTRY: Nueces County
state icon STATE: TX
population icon POPULATION: 306433
area code icon AREA CODE: 361
zipcode icon ZIP CODES COVERED: 78401, 78402, 78403, 78404, 78405,
city icon CITY: Corpus Christi
country icon COUNTRY: Nueces County
state icon STATE: TX
zipcode icon ZIP CODES COVERED: 78401, 78402, 78403, 78404, 78405,
population icon POPULATION: 306433
area code icon AREA CODE: 361
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CHOOSE BEST HOME WARRANTY COMPANIES in corpus christi, texas

Complete Appliance Protection

3.5 / 5
Based on 180 Reviews

Established Year

1998

Provides Complaint Resolution

Yes

Coverage Limit

N/A

American Residential Warranty

4.5 / 5
Based on 489 Reviews

Established Year

2009

Provides Complaint Resolution

No

Coverage Limit

N/A
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Landmark Home Warranty

3 / 5
Based on 1,331 Reviews

Established Year

2004

Provides Complaint Resolution

Yes

Coverage Limit

N/A

Lowe's Appliance Extended Warranty

1.5 / 5
Based on 223 Reviews

Established Year

1946

Provides Complaint Resolution

No

Coverage Limit

N/A

Home Depot Home Protection Plans

1.5 / 5
Based on 138 Reviews

Established Year

1978

Provides Complaint Resolution

No

Coverage Limit

N/A

corpus christi Home Warranty Companies Reviews

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Joe meneses, Corpus Christi

On Nov 19, 2013

American Home Shield (AHS)

IAfer paying their service for 4 years I call them to fix my AC it take them 8 long weeks to send some one that come into my atic and broke a water pipe of course that American homeshiell and the contractor refuse to pay the $890.00 to fix the felling Also my pool pump breaks a and after 8weeks they inform me that they have no tech at Corpus Christ they want me to get my own tech and call them with the estimate , I try every pool man in coups nobody want's to work for them; so I decide to cancel their services; do your self a favor get read of this people

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Steve Newsome, Corpus Christi

On Aug 25, 2013

Old Republic Home Protection Reviews

It seems to me that Old Republic (OR) uses THEIR interpretation of the fine print to find a way NOT to pay for a repair. My house came with an OR warranty in 2010. Warranty, at that time, was $380 and had a service call price of $50. Within 60 days, the A/C went out. A nice, knowledgeable technician arrived at the house 2 days later and found the fan motor on the outside unit had gone out. He replaced it; no problem. He just happened to have one with him... I read one of the previous posters and noted that OR refused to repair his porch outlet. My second call to OR was regarding MY porch outlet. Electrician came out and fixed it...no problem. By this time, the yearly rate/service call rates had risen to $450/$75. When my disposal stopped working, I performed all the normal homeowner tests (reset button, etc.) and then called OR. Plumber was out a few days later and just happened to have one on the truck. $75 later he was gone and I was good to go. On a hot summer afternoon after a long HOT day at work, I walked in and the house was HOT (south TX). Two days later, an A/C tech is waiting at the house when I get home. After the A/C starts working again, he gives me the diagnosis. It seems the previous owner had to replace the coils in the attic at some point. The coils weren't placed on the proper mounts, using two 4x4's instead. This meant having to lower the primary and secondary pans. In fact, the secondary pan was so low, the drain had been capped and a kill switch added. Now, the fine print comes into play. Although INCORRECT installations are covered, drain pans are not. After OR refused to pay for the repair, the technician left me a quote for $845 to rectify the situation. OR stated in their opinion the problem was caused by the drain pan, not the incorrect installation?!?!? If my inspector had caught this before I purchased the home, either the owner would have made the repairs or I wouldn't have purchased the home. I am seriously considering, at this point, contacting a local reputable contractor to resolve all A/C problems with a new unit, inside and out, but the price is almost prohibitive. Regardless of what my course of action is, I WILL NOT be renewing with Old Republic. After reading the other posts and putting up with the arrogance of this company, I suggest everyone to not walk away from Old Republic but RUN, RUN!!!!!

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