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After getting a home inspection, some real estate agents will mistakenly tell the buyer that any problems found in the home inspection will be covered with a home warranty. Instead, if the home inspection notates that something needs to be repaired or replaced before the date of closing, most home warranties won’t repair or replace it. Home warranty is one of several terms for a contract between home owners and companies that cover some of the costs associated with specific repairs and replacements of household objects. Related industries often use such terms as residential service contract and appliance warranty plan. Just as is the case with home warranty in states such as Florida, residential service contracts are regulated in some states such as Texas. It is of value for consumers to understand their state's regulations for companies that offer to provide maintenance or repair services and/or coverage for related costs since some companies may be operating without proper licensing.

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The contractor in Canyon Country is about 50 miles away and the contractor in Tarzana One Call Fixes It All is a handyman service. Your system needs to reflect a better inventory of license and bonded in network contractors for HVAC repairs within the area code the property is located. I’ve been a loyal 2 10 customer for twenty years and for the most part have been satisfied with the service. Based on the time it took to get a decision it would’ve been longer if I didn’t follow up, the numerous call transfers and hold times I endured, and me doing the legwork to get a contractor out to the property because no in network contractors were accessible, there is no way I will renew with 2 10 next February. Another factor in this decision, my wife has been physically ill due to the intense Southern California heat wave occurring at this time. The portable fans in our house are 100% ineffective. In the beginning, the experience with the technicians has been very good. They came out to my house about four times. But the same thing kept happening over and over and I kept doing the same thing over and over again. The technician told me it’s a difficult process to go through to get certain things finished. It was hard to understand a lot of things about what he was saying but as it turned out, there was a part that needed to be ordered.

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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. As I referenced in my email below, 2 10 provided a contractor Express Plumbing Heating and Air that was located in San Diego area code 858, some 170 miles away from the property address. Another 2 10 recommended contractor was Comfort Services, but they never called me to set up an appointment. When I called Comfort Services’ telephone number that 2 10 provided, I was asked to leave a message on generic voicemail. No callback. Per our earlier conversation, you stated an in network contractor was located in Indio California… that is 166 miles away from the property address. The contractor in Canyon Country is about 50 miles away and the contractor in Tarzana One Call Fixes It All is a handyman service.

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