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We live in FL, so when our AC went out, it was a relief to know that we were covered. That being said, you need to really do your homework to know exactly what is covered by your warranty. You also need to keep up with regular maintenance for your appliances so that way they won't be considered "neglected" and that will not be covered by your warranty. ANSWER: Never buy them. Don’t buy home warranties. Don’t buy extended warranties.

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They paid for a new furnace, new water heater, new well pump, just to mention a few things. Yes, I had to pay my deductible each time, but the $500 600 warranty paid for itself over and over in that home. I would rather have paid the $500 600 and never had to call on them. I would have probably been like everyone else out there complaining that they are a big waste, but when you have a claim that would have cost you hundreds to thousands of dollars, writing a check for the $50 deductible is relatively painless. I found this website while looking to purchase a home warranty on a home we are about to buy, and I will have no regrets, especially if I never need to use it. Take a moment to add up how much you have spent on auto insurance. If you have never used it, you might have been able to buy a car with the money, but it only takes one claim, one lawsuit, to make that 'expense' a worthy investment!Best wishes. You are talking about home warranty plans from years ago, things have changed in the last few years. They do not, I repeat DO NOT replace things anymore. They will part it and piece it together over and over again and at $60 a visit from a tech it adds up. I even upgraded to a premium plan.

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5/16 Called in for a repair. 4/25 Service tech sent to my home. He was there less than 5 minutes and looked at my furnace. Quote came back that it would cost me over $2000, for a new flue, ductwork, etc. I asked how he knew I needed a flue when he never went near the chimney. 4/30 AHS sent another company out.

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