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Why would they dispatch somebody that’s in a different town?It made no sense and they didn't get that. I told them that was not gonna work and that we had used another plumbing company in the past. Since it was on a weekday, I told the rep I would put the call on hold and called the company from my husband's phone to find out if they would accept 2 10 Home Warranty. The company's rep said they do so I went back on the other phone and told this lady that we wanna use Metro Rooter. But she said that Metro Rooter was not one of their approved vendors. I told her that I have the Metro Rooter rep on the other phone and she said that they had done visits with 2 10 Home Warranty many times. So we went back and forth and Metro Rooter's rep said that they were doing business under some other name, Mr. Rooter. I was in the middle of two phones on either ear and I finally told this woman at 2 10 how to find Metro Rooter in their database. Then she got everything approved and changed the vendor from the one that was out of town to Metro Rooter. Metro Rooter came out and replaced our hot water heater for $500.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

The incidents where a homeowner attempts to use a household appliance, only to find out that it is not functioning properly, would not be covered under a home insurance policy. In short, a home warranty will cover home systems and appliances that fail due to normal wear and tear coverage extent based on contract whereas homeowners insurance will not. For this reason, a home warranty is a good investment considering it will be used at some point as all home systems and appliances will eventually fail. 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. The home service contract generally covers home systems such as the home’s plumbing or electrical, and appliances like dishwashers that fail from old age/normal wear and tear. Coverage varies significantly across home warranty companies.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

The incidents where a homeowner attempts to use a household appliance, only to find out that it is not functioning properly, would not be covered under a home insurance policy. In short, a home warranty will cover home systems and appliances that fail due to normal wear and tear coverage extent based on contract whereas homeowners insurance will not. For this reason, a home warranty is a good investment considering it will be used at some point as all home systems and appliances will eventually fail. 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. The home service contract generally covers home systems such as the home’s plumbing or electrical, and appliances like dishwashers that fail from old age/normal wear and tear. Coverage varies significantly across home warranty companies.