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They never called or showed up," Torine said. By now it was May 14. Torine called the warranty company again and was given a new repair guy to call. "I called immediately," Torine said. "He said, 'Why does Sears keep giving out my number?I'm not licensed for air conditioners. '" Curious, Torine did a quick search to see how many air conditioner repair companies he could find in Morris County: more than 75 during a three minute Google search, he said.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

I wanted to take the time to write a positive review because it was a wonderful, easy process for us and hope it will be for others as well!Hi there Nick S. According to our notes, we offered to set up an additional service request to find you a new contractor and also offered at one point the option of going out of network for expedited service. You turned down both offers and said you would stick with waiting for the appointment in order to not suffer any further delays. I am concerned to hear that we made you feel as though it was "your fault" that this request was not going quickly. If you could reply to this with a private message elaborating more on how we made you feel that way, we would greatly appreciate it. In any case, our offers are still available if you would like to try out obtaining faster service for your AC. Thank you. We just bought a home in Nashville and the sellers purchased a home warranty through 2 10. Our AC just went out and after spending over 2 hours on the phone with them there is no repair in sight. It is over 90 degrees in Nashville and our house reaches 85 degrees inside. We have pets and an elderly and this is a health and safety issue.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

Let's face it, home warranty is no different than any other insurance, period. If you recognize that you are paying for something that may never be needed going in, then when you have a loss, you recognize the benefit. The 50 70 per loss/claim is your deductible, which you have to pay on any coverage, cell phone, auto, homeowners, etc. Each and every claim is a new loss. With that said, I will say, I had a home warranty on my "home from hell" in California, and Thank God we had it. They paid for a new furnace, new water heater, new well pump, just to mention a few things.