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Select will not reimburse You if You use your own service technician without first obtaining Select’s prior authorization. 5. 2. 1 Select Service Call Fee/Deductible. Each time a independent service technician is scheduled and dispatched to Your home, You will be required to pay the Select Service Call Fee in the amount of $ Dollars. You will be required to pay the Select Service Call Fee regardless of whether all or part of the claim is granted, excluded, limited or denied by Select. You will be required to pay the Select Service Call Fee once the Independent Service Technician begins travelling to your home, a separate service call fee will be charged for each issue, regardless of whether you are able to provide access to your home for the independent Service Technician or if you cancel the appointment while the independent Service Technician is travelling to your home. Additional charges may apply to the Select Service Call Fee. The Select Service Call Fee, which must be paid at the time and place or appointment, shall be paid by You to the Independent Service Technician or directly to Select, at Select's option. In the event Your fail to pay the Select Service Call Fee, you will not be able to schedule any additional service calls and your home service contract will be suspendend until all outstanding fees are paid in full. Suspension of your home service contract will not alter or extend the Termination Date of your home service contract.

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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. If it was out of sight for guests, it was not cared for. Given that, I was able to get a good deal on the house by accepting a reduced price instead of repairs, then buying a home warranty to cover me when appliances did fail. Also, be prepared. Contractors will blame Home Warranty, and Home Warranty will blame Contractors. You have to work both sides to squeeze value out. At first glance one would thing a home warranty is the way to go.

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His focus will be on broadening distribution and product innovation as we work to transform our company and the home services industry by appealing to a broader range of consumer needs. Chris has more than 24 years of experience transforming brands and elevating the customer experience for some of the top organizations in the country, including Expedia and Motorola. Prior to joining CCHS, Chris was the Vice President of Retail Products and Client Solutions at Asurion, where he managed the customer experience across 35 retailers – both online and in store – including leading brands like Walmart, Amazon and The Home Depot. Chris received his Bachelor of Arts Degree from Vanderbilt University and M. B. A. in Management from Kellogg Graduate School of Management, Northwestern University. America’s Preferred Home Warranty is dedicated to helping families lessen the burden of unexpected expenses by paying towards the repair or replacement of any covered appliance or home system that malfunctions under normal conditions of use. A home warranty can protect you in case of a major failure within your home; such as with kitchen appliances, plumbing, furnace, air conditioning, septic, roof, water heater, trash compactor, water well pump, attic and exhaust fans, electrical systems and more. Regular maintenance is essential for keeping a house functioning, but occasionally a malfunction can occur that requires repairs or replacement to restore the situation. Your America’s Preferred Home Warranty agreement will assist with the cost of large, unexpected repairs required when any covered systems fail due to normal wear and tear.

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