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Name changes and corporate layers, like in this case, make it hard for consumers to research a company. The Better Business Bureau shows more than 2,300 complaints against HomeSure. Better Business Bureau Among the items we found: The Better Business Bureau BBB received more than 2,300 complaints about HomeSure nationwide in the past three years. That sounds like a lot, but as past Bamboozled columns have shown, it's impossible to tell whether a complaint number is high or low without having the perspective of knowing how much business a company does. We asked CCHS, but a spokeswoman refused to say how many warranties it has. She did say it manages more than one million claims per year.

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They are usually numbered. Depending on which part of the contract that you are in, you will see terms that will relate to your coverage options. You will need to understand what your coverage options are. You will need to understand which contractors are covered under your warranty. There are going to be articles and subsections that may not be related to your coverage options. You need to verify, with your broker, which articles refer to your coverage options and which ones are not covered. You may want to have the contract modified to specify exactly what your coverage options are. Your home warranty is a way to take the stress and drama out of home repairs. You aren’t going to have massive amounts of money coming out for emergency repairs. You are going to be sure that your contractor is doing the best job that they can on repairs and that if it cannot be repaired, you are getting a new appliance. You will also find that any repairs that you have done, including replacements, will then affect your home warranty.

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On the other hand, we also have GREAT warranty companies out there, we recently have replaced entire HVAC systems as they were in fact non repairable, replaced complete furnaces, and condensing units as needed. In each and every one of these the customer only paid the deductible averaging some $70. 00. I wish I could say which ones are good and which ones to stay away from, but, I simply do not have a budget that can carry a full legal staff to defend these facts, or fight the bad ones when they came after me. But, you, you have the power of choice, as I said earlier, there are some very good ones out there, do your research, read the reviews. The time you put in researching these companies is going to save you the expense of not having done so, and face it, you won't be mad at yourself when you end up feeling like a fool because you believed everything the sales person said to you. I've found my home warranty to be a worthwhile purchase, but this is given a very specific set of conditions. 1 The house I bought had old but functioning appliances, enough that I'd have expected 2 or 3 calls within the year. 2 The previous owners only kept up superficial looks, but other items in terrible condition. The upstairs bedroom had carpet soaked in pet urine. Amateur private bathroom paint job.

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