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When opening a claim with HWA in June 20th, it took a while to get someone out here. First their only available time was 5 days from then, we called and got another company and they no call no showed for a scheduled appointment. Then we finally got a fantastic company out to look and quote the unit. It needs replacing, they filled the proper paperwork and we went on with our business. I was told it could take a week to get it approved with the part. 3 weeks pass.

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A home warranty may sound like a great form of financial protection against expensive, unforeseen home repairs. But is it really the safety net homeowners expect?For more, see: How to Buy Your First Home: A Step by Step TutorialA home warranty costs a few hundred dollars a year, paid up front or in installments, if the warranty company offers a payment plan. The plan's cost varies depending on the property type e. g. , single family detached, condo, townhome, duplex, and whether the homeowner purchases a basic or extended plan. The cost usually does not vary with the property's age, unless the home is brand new, which increases the cost of coverage. The home's square footage also does not affect the price in most cases, unless the property is more than 5,000 square feet. Separate structures, such as guest houses, usually are not covered by the basic policy but can be covered for an additional fee. However, garages should be covered by the basic policy. The subject of home warranties often comes up during the sale and purchase of a home. A home warranty can provide reassurance to a homebuyer who has limited information about how well the home's components have been maintained or how well the home has been built, in the case of new construction.

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Since these homes have been possessed in general by people who are at risk of losing the home and possibly lived in the home for many months knowing they were losing the home tend not to take much care of the property. So problems could take place after you take ownership. In this case, you may want to think about a home warranty and the out of pocket cost might be money that is well used up. Not kidding, our experience with Fire and Ice Heating and Cooling was truly exceptional. After introductions, I watched David as he went the extra step and explained every step of his trouble shooting process. I learned quite a few new things about our home a/c.

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