We've had 2-10 for about three years, and I'm fully satisfied each time I've placed a service call. The contractors have been polite, did their job, and then took care of the problem.
The fan motor on my air conditioner quit working and went bad. I submitted a claim and the contractor called me that night and was here the next morning. He's very honest, trustworthy, professional in every way and had a pleasant spirit about him. I wrote a letter of commendation about him and told 2-10 how pleased I was with him. I'd also like to have him in the future and will be staying with 2-10 Home Buyers.
The air conditioner broke down. 2-10 couldn’t repair it so they had to replace it and make the modification. I had to put it on to keep it from exploding but it’s good enough to emit pressure. But 2-10 has got to follow the code. Everything's been good, but sometimes, I get shocked and I didn't like that. Then after I cool down, I found out it's not their fault. The government changed the code about the air conditioning. They had to come out and put them over me and then reconstruct things around. But they didn't come yet. They were scheduled for Monday then they called up to reschedule but I wasn't home. I called yesterday and they told me that they had left a message. I checked my cellphone and they did and they told me to call back to make an appointment. So they’re supposed to be here tomorrow. I'm satisfied and I would recommend them.
2-10 are providing my home structure warranty, so, I decided to go with the home warranty as well after the one-year expiration. The last claim was for a air-conditioning repair. It was handled correctly and they dispatched a technician to take care of it. Still, it was not completely working yet because I was out of town for three weeks, and they are supposed to replace a part and I have to schedule a time with them. The contractors were professional, working with them was good. Plus, the claims reps have been very helpful. 2-10 has been good.
I've had 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty since 2000 when I bought the house. The builder, Atlantic Homes, warranted the house for the first year and they recommended 2-10 Warranty after that. I took their recommendation and here we are 16 years later. The last claim I had was on the water heater which unfortunately waited until Friday for them to go out. 2-10 didn't operate on Saturdays and Sundays so I had to wait until Monday to get a referral. That was my only drawback because once I got a hold of them, the people I talked to were very helpful. They asked information for the parent company and acted on it on Monday. So I was happy with them.
However, I couldn't contact the first contractor I got until Monday so I was already two days behind. Then when I got a hold of the contractor, he said it would be 15 days before he could even come out and look at it. That was totally unacceptable so I called back 2-10, told them what he said and they increased it to an emergency and had a different contractor come out the same day. And the people that came out were really nice.
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Total Scam! To stall the process of making a claim 2-10 understaffs the call center. Then when a repair appointment happens, and replacement is recommended by the repair person THEY sent, 2-10 has a system of hoops to avoid replacement. 2-10 even said they lost the documents from the contractor. The lies are scripted and fraudulent. Good reviews on this site for 2-10 are manufactured and bogus. Don't be fooled. Save your money and Don't buy this bogus warranty.
2-10 = FRAUD FRAUD FRAUD!!! I have two claims into this company right now. One for our AC & one for a dishwasher leak. The company told me my dishwasher would be replaced now they are reneging. They are also not wanting to pay 1/4 of my heat & ac coil leak repair. BEWARE & STAY AWAY FROM THIS FRAUDULENT COMPANY!!!
Borderline illegal. These crooks don't care if they are breaking the law. They tell you they are ripping you off and dare you to try to stop them. Called about furnace repair. TXV needs repaired. They couldn't get me a contractor out for a few weeks. Even with cold Ohio nights in autumn. They told me I could call my own contractor and they would reimburse me. After getting a contractor to my house ($200) and getting an estimate for repair, they said I would have to get one of their contractors out here to confirm diagnosis. At a cost of $100 to me.
They now refuse to reimburse any of the cost of the original contractor after telling me they would and after I follow their instructions to a T. They say even though they cover heat pumps, they might not cover the repair of heat pumps if the condition was pre-existing or if it could have been caused by lack of maintenance. Then they tell me that every possible failure falls in one of those two categories. So in effect, they actually don't cover furnaces or heat pumps after all. And that it's all in the fine print.
I've had 2-10 Home Buyers for at least two years now. I usually submit claims over the phone because I like talking to people. It's easy to get a hold of their reps. Also, I've been happy with all of their contractors. It's been a good experience with 2-10.
When we bought our home, I found out about 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty. We've been with the company for a year now and I've had pleasant dealings with the service contractors that have come here. Overall, I haven't had any problems.
When we bought our house, the sellers offered a coverage from 2-10. It's an older house and the warranty for the first three years was initially paid for by the sellers and after that, we've renewed it every year. We've had them since January of 2009 and it used to be better than it is now. We can submit a claim online, but I've had a lot of contractors that I don't prefer to have again. Some people have not been so great, though we have had some good experiences.
We've had some appliances that were completely replaced because they either broke a few times or the parts were not available anymore. But when I called them when there was water dripping from my mother-in-law's shower, the two different plumbers told us that it was nothing. It turned out to actually be a very big thing and it was missed. It was two different years and I paid for the deductible just for them to say that it was nothing. But overall, we've been mostly happy and satisfied. It gives us peace of mind that if something major were to happen, we only had a small deductible after paying our yearly fees.
We've been a long-term customer of 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty. The claim experiences have been good, with the exception of latest one. Our microwave oven went out and I lodged the claim on August 21st, and it has not been repaired yet. The service people came out and looked at it. They said it needed to have a new magnetron, then they left and said 2-10 Warranty will be contacting me. I got together with 2-10 Warranty and after going through options of whether they were going to try to buy out a settlement which would not even come close to purchasing a replacement for the microwave oven, they decided to send the parts out and have it repaired.
They sent the parts on September 30th and were supposed to be delivered by October 7th at the end of a business day, but they never showed up. I have left messages with the service contractor and we can't get a hold of them. They never called back. When I talked to 2-10 Warranty, they addressed it and tried to contact the service contractor but they were not successful either. They've got to get the service contractor unit respond to them and if not, then I'm gonna try to find out some solution. We are not happy and if we don't get results soon, we are going to take this whole case to the Consumer Affairs division of our local television studios, which are extremely good at tracking these things down. I bet they don't want the publicity, but a negative connotation would be presented to them.
2-10 Home Buyers Warranty was introduced to us when we bought the house and we've been with them for seven years, and we're very happy. I submit a claim over the phone and get a confirmation online. The contractors that they send were very professional. I'm happy with the service. My refrigerator is a GE profile, it's a double door, and it has a problem with the installation between the freezer and the food compartment. GE doesn't want to cover it because it's a material failure, which I think is stupid. I just wish 2-10 would get back all these GE profile appliances, and give me a good line.
We've had 2-10 coverage since we bought the house, which is about 5 years ago. There’s been a few service contractor companies that they’ve sent that I have put on my file to never allow in my home again and recorded that numerous times. But 2-10 didn’t put them in their file, never followed up with it, and sent the same company out again. I was very upset with it because it’s costing them more money. If people keep making up things and say how I need a whole new this, a whole new that, and I didn’t, then I saved their company over $1,000 with buying a brand new appliance, whereas it just was a $40 fix. But as far as with 2-10, it's been a wonderful and satisfactory experience.
We moved into our home on May 7, 2016. Shortly after moving in, we noticed that our oven wasn't operating correctly. The door wouldn't remain closed. We scheduled an appointment through 2-10 online for May 30. On that date, Avauxco came to our home and determined that the door wasn't closing properly due to faulty hinges. They told us they would contact us when the hinges came in. When the hinges came in, Avauxco contacted us and scheduled an appointment to replace the hinges on July 6. On that date, Avauxco came out and replaced the hinges, and we now had a working oven. After approximately two to three weeks of irregular use (we didn't use the oven more than a handful of times during that period), the door again wouldn't close properly, again preventing the oven from operating.
We scheduled another appointment through 2-10 online for August 19. On that date, Avauxco came out and told us that the hinges were again faulty and told us they would contact us when the hinges came in. After a few weeks passed and we hadn't heard from them, we called and were told that 2-10 had canceled the work order. We then called 2-10 and, after being conferenced in with Avauxco, we're assured that our oven would be repaired to our satisfaction. On September 26, Avauxco came out and told us that the hinges were indeed faulty and that they would have to contact 2-10 to see if they would authorize another replacement of said hinges.
This morning, October 6, we received a voice mail stating that 2-10 was denying the claim due to "misuse or abuse." When I called 2-10 to get details, they told me that Avauxco had reported to them that we must have set a pot on the door thus breaking the hinges. First, the technician who came out on September said nothing about the cause of the failure. He simply told us that it would be up to 2-10 to decide whether or not they would authorize a second replacement of the hinges. Second, there was no misuse or abuse. We have working oven racks in the oven. This is where we place our baking trays or casserole dishes. We have never, ever used a pot in the oven and have never put anything on the door other than an oven mitt.
After being placed on hold, I was told by the 2-10 representative that she had spoken to her superior who told her that they remained steadfast in their denial of our claim and that there was nothing more that she could do. I was also told that we could hire our own contractor to diagnose and/or fix our oven, but that that would be our responsibility. I then asked to speak to her superior and was put on about a 10-15 minute hold, only to be told when she came back that he was on another call. After she offered to have Alvin call me back and took my number, I asked how long it would be before I should expect to hear back. I was told maybe an hour. That was at 12:21 pm. It is now 3:50 pm, and I have still not heard back from Alvin or anyone else from 2-10.
After reviewing our contract and finding the following information on disputes: "We handle every claim separately. This means we review the unique cause(s) of your claim. We rely on the information you provide to our customer service representative about your system or appliance, and the information provided by the service contractor that inspects and repairs equipment failures within the Terms & Conditions of this Service Agreement. In the event you do not agree with our determination, we will engage in a commercially reasonable dispute resolution process of your choice but both you and we agree that your unique situation is not to be resolved in combination with any other homeowner that has a Home Warranty Service Agreement."
Since there is no further information on 2-10's website or in the contract about how to file a dispute, I have contacted our lawyer and will meet with him on Monday. What's the point of offering a warranty repair service if you, as the warranty company, can deny a claim based on dishonest information provided by your contractor? By the way, I asked if they have more than one contractor who deals with oven repair and, you guessed it, I was told "No".
I've had 2-10 since I first bought my house. I like their service and so far, I've had no problems. I usually call them to submit a claim and they usually get back with me. They are pretty prompt and expedient.
2-10 Home Buyers Warranty came with our house when we bought it new and we've had the coverage for 20 years now. They’ve always provided the service when we had called them. If it was something I can’t fix like plumbing and air-conditioning, we call. Those were the two times that we had to deal with 2-10. The technicians were great when our plumbing went out. They identified the problem and told us what 2-10 would pay. Unfortunately, we had to add to it when we had to replace the water system in the house because the chemicals they used in the water had corroded all the copper. When the air-conditioner went out, the technicians identified the parts, went and found the parts that matched, and reconnected the air-conditioning system. So far, 2-10 has been great to us.
The sellers had 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty and I got it when I purchased the house. I've been using them since the 1st September of this year. In fact, I have already submitted two claims to them. Their reps made arrangements with their contractors, then their technicians came and fixed the problem, and everything was fine. Their reps responded very well. The technicians they sent were very knowledgeable, they did a nice job and everything’s taken cared of.
When we purchased our new home and sold the old one, we told the leasing agent for our old home that we didn't like AHS and that we were looking for something else. She directed us to 2-10. We had done one claim online, and one by telephone. Both were easy, but I prefer the telephone just because I feel like they can give a little more information there.
The first claim that we did was outside. We were sure that one of our gas packs was on its way out, we could smell that it's not fully combusted gas. The contractor took his time and said that it was still functioning as it was supposed to. He said that we were right that it may go out fairly soon, but that there was no safety issue, and then explained what things were like. He told us that if we feel, hear or see some things, to call back. He was absolutely fantastic and it felt like we had been in good hands.
The last claim was a garbage disposal that leaked and rested at the bottom. The technician, interestingly enough, was from a company that was one of the reasons we didn't like continuing with AHS. He did the work fine, but it was kind of a just-did-the-work-type idea with some metal shards from where he had to file off one of the pipes, and that was still left on our kitchen floor that I cleaned up. The rest that's still left were cleaned up, and the replacement piece was larger than the one that he took out. We had one of the units flooding drawer, and cannot put that up there anymore so we have lost half of the usage as we had it for one side of our sink. We're not too happy about that but we have a functioning disposal again.
We’ve lived here 11 years and we've had 2-10 the entire time. When I have a poor experience with a contractor, I let them know that we weren’t satisfied and they make things better. Overall, it’s been a very good experience. If we’ve had a problem, they’ve helped us work it out in a timely manner. So, I’m very pleased.
I have owned 12 homes in the past and had a home warranty with the last 6 or 7. Previous to this we had used another company to replace a garbage disposal. That company fixed it very quickly. 2-10 has failed us over and over throughout this process. Our washing machine went out over 30 days ago and we have gotten the absolute runaround. First they were going to fix it, that process took over 2 weeks. Then they said they could not fix it and we could either take less money for a new one or they would purchase a new one for us. I asked how long it would take to get the new one and they told me 5-7 business days. I told them if it was that quick we would take the new one. This is all on a voice recorded conversation according to them.
Two weeks later new washer is not here and they told me that they never promised me it in 5-7 days and would not go back and review the call, stating I was lying. Why would I agree to be out a washer for this long with a family of 5? Dryer went out as well. They came to fix it but could not. Ordered the wrong part and we are now 3 weeks into the dryer as well!!!
2-10 promises to call me back with updates and never does, will NOT let me speak with a manager of any sort and of course I can't call back and speak to the same person that promised a callback the day before!!! I HAVE NEVER written a negative review of any type prior to this for any company. I feel that compelled to warn other consumers of how poor the service has been from this company compared to the others we have dealt with in the past. Again, poor service on not just one appliance, but two completely separate appliances. STAY AWAY.
2-10 sent a contractor out in July to fix my AC unit. He cleaned a bunch of debris out from the fan and called it a day. My AC worked for a few more months before the fan clogged again but this time so bad that it destroyed the motor and parts now need to be replaced. A second contractor came out and told me that everything would be resolved and ordered the parts needed to replace it. When the THIRD CONTRACTOR came out to replace the parts he discovered that my Furnace was "INSTALLED IMPROPERLY" and 2-10 denied my claim. The furnace was installed on the floor against manufacturer instructions and therefore had been sucking up dirt and debris and this is the reason the fan was being clogged over and over again.
I had to go through the entire process of getting my claim reviewed and after an hour and a half of being placed on hold the claims department overturned the denial because I have improper installation coverage. I was so happy! Then they transferred me over to the Purchasing department so that I could get the proper parts ordered and after placing me on hold for 30 more minutes they denied my claim again because although I have Improper Installation coverage - this is actually Improper Improper Installation. Great.
I was transferred back to the Claims department and spoke to Jerad who told me there were no supervisors available, would not tell me when there was going to be a supervisor available and then when I had asked if this damage could have been prevented had the FIRST CONTRACTOR IN JULY actually diagnosed the problem he point blank told me that he was no longer going to be answering any of my questions and that I was "just looking for an excuse to get them to cover my claim when they weren't going to make exceptions for ANYONE." Oh, Jerad ALSO told me that he was going to go back and retroactively deny my claim from July now that this new contractor has diagnosed that the problem is an "improper improper install" which they don't cover - just improper installs. This company is a scam.
We got 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty when we bought our home in 2002. We stayed with 2-10 because they have done well, and we're staying with them another year. We're very happy with them, however, their price increased starting this October. They’re also requiring to pay more each month, and whenever we had a plumber in to replace our parts, they put in the cheapest equipment replacement of the parts, which I wasn’t satisfied with. It was very difficult. Through the years, we had very good experiences except at one time several years ago when they did some plumbing work. They tore the walls out but I had to repair the wall on my own afterwards.
Be VERY CAREFUL of dealing with this company. Their company policy must be zero tolerance for circumstances that would, in the interest of delivering great customer service, require stepping out of their prescribed book of answers which they will happily (almost gleefully) read to you. Since May 2015, our air conditioner has been on and off broken. I should mention 2-10 came out a half dozen times in the last year and a half, fixed the first broken piece they ran across, only to have the unit break again in 2 weeks, three weeks, or a month.
They never offered to waive the service fee (yes, I asked). Better customer service would have been to do a systemic evaluation of the problem about the 2nd or 3rd time it broke, instead of continuously fixing the first broken thing, collecting their service fee, and moving on. When our A/C unit failed, I attempted to get 2-10 to reimburse us for the cost of the failed parts which both the salesman from their preferred company and the last technician who serviced our unit said they would do if I decided to replace the unit.
The company quoted us a price.to replace the unit. I called another contractor to seek a second quote (my expense) and he came in $2,000 less for a comparable unit. We went ahead and replaced the unit, but 2-10 denied our request to reimburse us the cost of just the one failed piece (the compressor) which both their preferred company and my contractor 100% agreed was the problem. (Yes, I provided written proof.) The reason for the denial: I failed to call ahead to get my contractor approved. No one bothered to mention that to me.
Their communication leaves much to be desired: Witness, they failed to tell me I needed to get any other contractor pre-approved; in trying to get my claim considered, you are on hold forever and transferred multiple times between departments; several of their customer service reps were rude and abrupt; I never did get a written response to my written request for a partial reimbursement.
I finally had to call to ask their decision. More waiting, more transferring, an hour later I got a live person only to find out we were denied. Overall, a very disappointing experience, I won't be recommending them to any of my friends and I certainly won't be renewing. Let the buyer beware should be their motto, not "we are in the business of keeping promises."
I've had 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty for about 15 years and I didn’t have any problem submitting a claim. They cover what I needed to cover. I’ve only had one bad experience with a service contractor but the rest of them were good. I’d recommend them.
2-10 is very good when I submit a claim - they answer me and call someone right away, then the person calls back right away. I'm very pleased with that. I usually do the claim filing over the phone and I talk to a nice claims representative. We had one claim the dryer though wherein the first man didn't call back. Finally I called him and he said he couldn't come for a week and half. So then I called back 2-10 and they got someone else right away, which was good.
My most recent claim worked out very well except Sears was not on time. I guess they couldn't help it since they gave their technician too many things to do - he can't help it if the work in one place takes longer. The technician who did the repair was very thorough. I couldn't have asked for a better person to come and check it. He found out what was wrong with the dryer. Turns out that when Sears originally put in the dryer, there was a problem with them taking the tube in the back to the wall. They didn't do it exactly right and dust was coming out to the floor in the back, which we couldn't see. The technician caught this and corrected it. He then had to order the part, which came in the mail within a few days. He came back the next day after receiving the part, since I got the appointment rescheduled, and put it in.
I have been involved with a warranty company in Washington, D.C. and I came across 2-10 on the internet. I was looking for home warranty companies and I decided to go with them. I've been with them since I moved here in Florida in 2005. I filed a few claims now, and most of them had been taken care of. Submitting a claim has been easy. I've been very satisfied with the response that I've gotten from them. Usually, when I call, I get a work order right away. And then, usually, within 24 to 48 hours, I get a call from the repair company. We set up the time and the date for the appointment for them to come out so that I'll be home and not at that job because I work in Orlando although I live here in Palm Coast. It takes an 80-mile commute each way, so I have to take a half or whole day off to be here when they come in because I'm not married and I'm the only one here. Someone has to be here for them to get in and out of the house.
Once the repair person comes out, I pay the $75 service fee, and they submit the claim and go on about their business. On some occasions, the repair company or person is so far out, and they grudgingly accept the work order. It's a business decision that they make. If they do local calls, they make more money. If they do calls that are far out, the drive time is going to take more time. I understand where they're coming from. Everybody’s in business to make money, not lose money. By taking calls that are far out that requires a lot of travel, they're going to end up sacrificing one or two service calls that they could’ve done or completed closer in. Finding companies that are closer in would go a long way in customer satisfaction.
In addition, I live in Palm Coast Florida, which is halfway between Daytona Beach and San Agustin, and my air conditioner repair guy came all the way down from Jacksonville, which is 65 miles. 2-10 should research the Palm Coast area where they have a lot of customers and see if they could find repair companies that are closer and within 20 to 30 miles. You hear these guys going 65 miles from Jacksonville to repair an air conditioner or something complain about having to drive all the way down here on 95 and that it takes half a day to come down and go back and do a repair. I'm a business person and I understand if these independents contractors don’t want to spend half a day on one job. They want to get four jobs in if possible to maximize their income. Perhaps 2-10 could do a better job in finding vendors that are closer to the customer or ask the customer if they knew of someone locally that could do the job.
I had one recent bad experience with them. My pool pump was making noise, and I called it in and they assigned it to a company in Orlando, which is 75 miles away and approximately an hour and 25 minutes from where I live. Within 48 hours, a company called me and we spoke on the phone about the problem. The rep confirmed my address and she said it's a little far and she doesn’t know if they are going to be servicing homes up in my area. I told her that the noise was disturbing my neighbor, so I needed to get it fixed, and she said she would call me back. She never called me back in a couple of days. The houses here in Florida are very close to each other. When I turned my pool on, it was making a noise like an old cranky car, and I didn’t want to have my neighbor calling me and complaining about a noise I didn’t make. Within three days, I got my local pool guy to repair the noise.
Then I called 2-10 and I asked them if I could submit a claim myself. I got the runaround, and I got a little upset about it. When I talked to one of their representatives, she said I should've called it back in and they could’ve reassigned it. I told her I should have but I was concerned about the noise and my neighbor complaining. I also said that I live in a very quiet neighborhood, and we try to get along together because we are in a close proximity to each other on both sides, and when we get emergencies like I did, we have to do something to keep the peace in the neighborhood. She told me I needed to talk to one of the supervisors and gave me the corporate line. I felt that I was going to get in a long line of people, so I called and left my name. I didn’t get a callback, so I decided to let it go. I paid the repair person who fixed the problem.
We had our first repairmen come out to our house in the very beginning of July. We paid our $100 in cash and he said he would return to fix the refrigerator/freezer. We never heard from him again. His "quick fix" of putting a rag in the flap that was broken on the water dispenser failed and we lost of hundreds of dollars in food from our freezer melting.
Fast forward to September when a second repairman was sent out and we were "graciously" told we would not have to pay the $100 again (ironic since you would seem it would be the company's responsibility to hire contractors who complete the job). A repairman came out to review the refrigerator, said it was not the ice maker but the motor to dispense the ice as well as the broken flap. He would order the parts and return. Later in the week we were left a voicemail saying the claim was denied because the ice maker was broken (ice is made and it works fine). I called and explained that the ice maker works but it does not dispense ice and there is a flap broken on the freezer which is preventing the freezer from keeping food frozen. The man said "it's all one unit" however if the original repairman had completed the order it would have been covered.
Customer Service said if we had paid by credit card then he could have refunded the money over the phone but because we paid in cash that I had to send an email to Customer Service. I followed his instructions and of course got another voicemail saying they would not refund it. I have spent several hours on hold with these people, lost hundreds of dollars in food, dealt with two contractors who lied, customer service who lied, and they offer no assistance, no help just "sorry we aren't given your money back."
Where is the apology for the lost food, for having contractors who don't return to repair the freezer, who don't return calls? I guess they have never heard of the expression "the customer is not always right but they are always a customer." I was treated horribly and told "go ahead and report us." I have never complained about any service I have ever used before so this should speak volumes to the type of treatment we received. Now off to buy a new refrigerator which I could have done back in July if we weren't lied to.
We bought our house and took out Home Buyers Warranty then. We've had them going on nine years now. Normally, 2-10 all works out pretty good. Most of the claim submissions have been good, but there's been one or two that I wasn't happy with, and my big complaint is, after I filed a claim, I can't get a hold of anybody if 2-10 don't get the work done right on time when it's supposed to be. One time, we went without an air conditioner for 12 days and it was during the hot summer. 2-10 got us mixed up with somebody else. We got the wrong piece of material and this wasn't followed through properly. They just makeshift on it, made it work, and didn't have the right piece. 2-10 will usually be very good at talking to me when I call them, but they're not good anymore to do that.
Plus, sometimes they'll usually call back and see if the work has been done. I've reported a number of times that it's not completed yet, and they do not ever contact me again, so I have a problem with that. Nevertheless, the claims rep is pretty good. Furthermore, the contractor have been good since then, and we still have them out to do our work. We still have 2-10, now I'm going to look into it, and we're due for renewal pretty soon. For two years, I've asked for a brochure on what they cover and I have not received that yet, so I write it down what they tell me, and that's not good enough.
My experience with them has been good. They're good people, but their rate goes up every year. I had a problem with them one time when my heating system went out. It took me awhile to get them going. They would give me one person after another and I had a problem with that. I left them for a month and switched to another company. And it was a mistake I've made. At the time, 2-10 told me that I will have trouble with some wires in my air condition, but they didn't fix that. So I said goodbye to them and I went back to Home. And then, when that problem came up, they came in. I had it paid copayment, but I had to pay $300. But that saved me up to $2,000. So I'm not gonna leave them again, because they had been real good. In fact, I have recommended them to friends.
Michele LernerMortgage & Real Estate Contributing Editor
Michele Lerner, author of “HOMEBUYING: Tough Times, First Time, Any Time”, has been writing about personal finance and real estate for more than two decades. Michele writes for regional, national and international publications in print and online for a variety of audiences including consumers, real estate investors, business owners and real estate professionals.
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2-10 Home Buyers Warranty has been in business for more than 35 years, and is the only company that provides a 10 year insurance-backed structural warranty for new construction and a Home Warranty Service Agreement protecting the home’s major systems and appliances. Based in Denver, the company has protected more than 5.5 million homes.
- Low service fee: 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty charges a low service fee, ranging from $60 to $100.
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- 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty
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