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Updating is often covered under the extended warranty to allow you to make your home more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable. The thing that you must remember is that the systems and appliances that are covered under your warranty can vary depending on your coverage. If you chose a contract outside the warranty guidelines you void your warranty and essentially set yourself back. Always make sure that you understand what you are getting. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Don’t hesitate to do your own research.

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The plumbing company was very lazy and instead of actually inspecting my problem they guesstimated what was wrong. That has been a month ago and I have been contacting the contractor and 2 10 about the situation because I have had to do dishes and my standup shower. I finally complained enough so the contractor called me today and said I need to replace the drain pipe in question so they can snake it which obviously defeats the purpose of them snaking it. The following is an email written to 2 10 Home Warranty on July 27 related to my HVAC issue: First and foremost, thank you for your assistance regarding work order . This is to confirm $662 will be paid back to me after I forward the final paid invoice of work provided to get my central air unit repaired. To reiterate my stand from our earlier conversation, all options to utilize an in network contractor were exhausted.

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Discovering that home warranties don't cover replacement costs may change whether I actually buy this house. Thank you, Angie's List, for your research and listings!We were recently contacted by one, they wanted to know if we would be interested in doing some of their work in our area, we took a look at their contractor agreement, let me tell you this, what they wanted for us would have done two things if we had accepted their proposed rates / their work. 1 It would have created a situation where even our top technicians would have had no time to properly diagnose problems, and the customer would have received patch repairs just to keep it going versus a solid repair to at the very least help prevent future failures due to conditions that we were supposed to overlook as per the warranty company. 2 We would actually lose some of our regular business customers as a result of the bad reputation we would have gotten from doing work as per the requirements of the warranty company, we would have actually in most cases been subsidizing the cost of the job, as they wanted to lock us into a pricing model from the 1960's. I know I have been in this trade / business for almost forty years, had relatives in the business as I was growing up, so I know. We couldn't even remain in business very long at their rates.

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