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Skip The Worry, Not the Warranty

Home warranty is a one-year service agreement that covers the repair or replacement of many major home system components and appliances that typically breakdown over time due to normal wear and tear.

Benefits to Home Buyers
Protect your investment and focus on making it your home.

Gain confidence and comfort knowing that your hard-earned investment is covered by an industry leader.

Don’t stress about potential undetectable pre-existing conditions (like lack of maintenance and mismatched systems) — they’re covered!

Confidence in our nationwide network of professional home repair experts that we pre-screen and monitor for your convenience.

Benefits to Home Sellers
Sell faster, for more money and with fewer worries.

Gain confidence and comfort knowing that your budget is protected while your home is on the market.**

Help sell your home an average of 11 days faster and for an average of $2,314 more.*

Mitigate unexpected issues from the home inspection to keep the sale of your home on track.

Why Do I Need a Home Warranty?

Unlike homeowner’s insurance, an AHS Home Warranty is a service contract that covers essential applications and home system components when they break down due to normal wear and tear – items that most homeowners insurance plans do not cover. Consider it the perfect complement to this standard insurance, not a substitute for it.

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Term Length
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Questions? We Have Answers

Why do I need a home warranty?

The fact is all home system components and appliances eventually fail. An AHS Home Warranty can help you avoid the cost of repairs and replacements and relieve you from the frustrations and uncertainties of finding a qualified service contractor.

Is everything in my home covered?

While AHS covers many items in your home, we do not cover everything. Examples of items not covered under any plan are: wood stoves, fireplaces and chimneys; electrical breakdowns such as power failures, surges or circuit overload. Refer to your Agreement for specific coverage.

How do I know my service contractor is qualified?

Our comprehensive network of independent, screened service contractors are monitored and graded on their performance through our Customer Satisfaction Survey Program.

What out of pocket expenses will I have?

You will pay a Trade Service Call Fee to each service contractor of a different trade who visits your home to diagnose a problem or perform a service. There may also be additional costs associated with the repair or replacement of covered items. Details are included in your Agreement.

Is my home warranty renewable?

Generally, coverage is renewable, although terms of coverage and pricing may vary. At the end of your Agreement Term you will receive notification as to renewal terms.

Does AHS need to inspect my home systems and appliances before I purchase?

No. A home inspection is not necessary in order to purchase an AHS Home Warranty.***

What if I have an appliance that just can’t be fixed?

If AHS determines your covered home system component or appliance can’t be repaired by a service contractor, it will be replaced.***

*Information above is based on data collected by AHS and a large national real estate firm of the firm’s listings that closed between January 1, 2012 and December 31, 2012. We studied 24,230 listings from across the country ranging in price from $100,000 to $500,000. These results were verified by Cannon & Company, a third party accounting firm. **Subject to $2,000 cap for all trades during listing period. **** Real estate edition pricing is available up to 30 days from the close of sale.