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This was definitively an acute and sudden breakdown that falls under the contractual coverage of my home warranty. Finally, I got approval again after hours on hold to have the first company back, and they are only covering about 2/3 of the cost, based on a clause in the contract that applies to refrigerators, not HVAC. I'll be filing complaints with BBB and our state Attorney General's office for consumer affairs, and considering a small claims action to recover the cost they refused to pay. Avoid these guys. Their market is real estate agents, who use this to sell clients as protection for their new home. It isn't worth the paper it is written on. Do not allow a contract with them on the purchase of your new home find another company. I have tried to like this company because a friend of mine recommended it, but it is terrible. After our most recent experience we will likely be suing them. We live in the fastest growing city in US, but yet their first response is "we have no one in your area. " Then we call to get the claim "expedited," stay on hold for an hour or more and a week later get someone out.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

If you have a shop vacuum, use it to pull the clog through the drain opening, which is located outside your house near the foundation. Place your hand around the pipe to improve suction and allow the vacuum to run for a minute. Then, check the vacuum canister to see if the clog was successfully removed. 5. Next, you'll need to identify the access point on the drain line. Usually, the drain will have a T shaped vent with a PVC cover. Remove the cover and inspect the drain. Use this port to flush the drain with distilled vinegar. If you don't like the odor, you can use peroxide to gently bubble away the remaining debris. Alternately, you can use hot water and a drop of dish liquid. 6.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

What recourse do I have, I've told them the unit needs replaced they keep sending tech to replace parts. One part is replaced and another breaks. Frustrating and I feel as if I am stuck. Let's face it, home warranty is no different than any other insurance, period. If you recognize that you are paying for something that may never be needed going in, then when you have a loss, you recognize the benefit. The 50 70 per loss/claim is your deductible, which you have to pay on any coverage, cell phone, auto, homeowners, etc.