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Home warranties protect many of the home systems and appliances that you rely on daily. When these systems and appliances inevitably fail over time due to normal wear and tear, a home warranty will pay to repair or replace them. You will pay a service fee each time you request service, which ranges from $75 - $100.
A home warranty is not a contract of insurance, residential service warranty, implied warranty or extended warranty. You should cancel within the first 30 days of the order date so that you can get a refund of the contract fee less the $50 administrative fee and if there were any service costs incurred.
Yes, you can cancel at any time. If you cancel your contract within the first 30 days of your coverage, we'll refund your contract fees minus any service and claims incurred by American Home Shield.
Your home can be covered by a warranty anytime, whether you've lived in it for a few months or several years. And your coverage options should remain the same, as well. Speaking of options, the best home warranty companies will provide several of them, so you can tailor a plan that meets your needs.
AHS says you can cancel at any time. If you cancel within 30 days of your coverage start date, the company will refund contract fees minus any service claims. After 30 days you'll owe administrative fees of up to one month's payment, minus any prorated contract fees.
One condition of a home warranty is that covered appliances and systems must be on a regular maintenance schedule. This type of coverage is different than home insurance, which pays for damage and loss caused by natural disasters.
We cover normal wear and tear malfunctions during the contract term. This includes malfunctions of covered items resulting from the following situations prior to and during the contract term: Insufficient maintenance, rust, corrosion, or sediment.
A home warranty will typically cover most major components of large home systems, such as your HVAC (central heating ventilation air condition), hot water heaters, plumbing, electrical and more. It may also cover regular appliances such as washers, dryers, refrigerators and stoves.
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