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- $30.99 to $93.99
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- 48 states
- 180 days
- Labor guarantee
- Starts at $75
- Service fee
About Cinch Home Services
Cinch Home Services is a home warranty company currently operating in 44 states. It sells three home warranty plans with three different service fee options for flexible coverage and pricing. Cinch also has an online claims portal and a 180-day workmanship guarantee.
Pros & Cons
- Three plan options
- Three service fees to choose from
- 180-day workmanship guarantee
- Covers unknown preexisting conditions
- Somewhat high service fees
- Not available in all states
Cinch Home Services sells three warranty plans with flexible pricing options. While its service fees may be a bit pricey, Cinch’s comprehensive coverage and workmanship guarantee may make it worth it.
The workmen Cinch provides are always very knowledgeable and courteous. ... We've been satisfied with their response. It's one thing off your mind, because when something goes wro...Read full review
The gentleman they sent to do the repair for the range hood was fine. But getting the right person to get the repair scheduled was a real pain. ... But once I got to the right per...Read full review
Cinch Home Services coverage and plans
Cinch Home Services sells three home warranty plans: an appliances-only plan, a systems-only plan and a combination plan (Complete Home). It’s a pretty standard selection, but one standout feature is that it does include a $500 homeowners insurance deductible reimbursement as part of the combination coverage. Also, its plans cover mechanical failures caused by rust, corrosion or sediment.
|Appliances Plan||Systems Plan||Complete Home|
|Food centers (built-in)|
|Free-standing ice makers|
|Range exhaust hoods|
|Trash compactors (built-in)|
|Air conditioning (including ductwork)|
|Garage door opener|
|Heating system (including ductwork)|
|Instant hot/cold water dispenser|
|Whirlpool/jetted tub (built-in)|
|$500 homeowners insurance deductible reimbursement|
There’s also a long list of add-ons available starting at around $5 per month, including pool or spa only (heater included), pool with spa (heater included), septic tank/plumbing and well pump coverage. The company also sells a Premier Upgrade Package for an additional $12.50 per month at the time of publishing that provides additional coverage for permits, code upgrades and more.
Each plan covers up to $10,000 worth of repairs or replacements within a contract year, although some systems and appliances have coverage limits. For example, the company will only pay up to $2,000 per covered kitchen and laundry appliance (including access, diagnosis and repair).
Cinch Home Services cost
Cinch Home Services offers three service fees — which you choose affects the overall monthly cost of your plan. The higher your fee, the lower your monthly cost. Choosing a higher service fee may be a good idea for homeowners who don’t expect to have a lot of service calls in a year but want to ensure they’re covered if they do.
Those who may have more issues in a calendar year may financially benefit from a lower service fee, even if the monthly cost is higher.
|Service fee||Appliances||Built-in Systems||Complete Home|
|$100||$48.99 per month||$55.99 per month||$66.99 per month|
|$125||$47.32 per month||$52.32 per month||$63.32 per month|
|$150||$38.99 per month||$43.99 per month||$54.99 per month|
Cinch Home Services coverage exclusions
Like most home warranty companies, Cinch Home Services has some plan exclusions. Its list is pretty simple and straightforward, with no big red flags. Here are a few of the key exclusions:
- Routine maintenance
- Items covered by any other warranty, insurance or guarantee
- Failures caused by anything other than normal wear and tear, like mold, neglect, "acts of God," etc.
- Costs of construction, code upgrades, modifications, disposal of old equipment and more
- Commercial-grade appliances
- Flues, venting, chimneys and exhaust lines
- Items without a visible model or serial number
- Recalled or defective items (as determined by Consumer Product Safety Commission or manufacturer)
- Improper installation or repairs
- Anything below the slab or basement floor
It’s important to note that each type of repair has its own exclusions. For example, cooktops are covered, but the company won’t replace a cracked glass top that was “misused” or “abused.”
For a full list of exclusions, check out your contract.
Cinch Home Services claims and coverage limits
You can either request service through your online account or by calling the company directly. In many cases, you can open the request and put in your preferred appointment time simultaneously to expedite the process. Once the request is in, Cinch will provide a referral to one of its service professionals (usually within two hours during normal business hours).
The company doesn’t make any guarantees on when that service professional will schedule your appointment, however.
All services are backed by a 180-day guarantee for workmanship. So, if something breaks down after your service but before this period has passed, Cinch will return and fix it for free.
The following items or systems have a coverage limit per agreement term.
|Item or system||Limit per agreement term|
|Central air conditioning/cooling system||$1,500|
|Septic tank/septic tank pumping||$500 to pump, $1,000 to replace|
|Heater for swimming pool and/or spa||$1,000|
Is Cinch Home Services legit?
With more than 40 years of experience, Cinch Home Services is a big name in the home warranty industry. Cinch backs up its work with a fairly long workmanship guarantee, and its plans include comprehensive coverage. It’s also easy to submit and track a claim through the Cinch online portal.
What is Cinch Home Services?
Cinch Home Services is a company that offers both home warranty and home protection plans. The company offers three different plans, each of which protects important items and systems in your home.
How does Cinch Home Services work?
You can get a quote for Cinch Home Services by filling out an online form or calling the company. After you’ve signed your agreement, you can begin submitting claims as needed on your covered appliances or home systems when they need to be repaired.
Does Cinch Home Services require a home inspection?
No, a home inspection is unnecessary to qualify for a Cinch home protection plan. Its plans cover all appliance makes and models and unknown preexisting conditions.
Can I pick my own service technician with Cinch Home Services?
Usually, the company selects its own in-network professional for service, but it may authorize your claim for work by someone out of network after some paperwork. Make sure to read your contract to see everything required before you go this route to ensure you’re covered when it comes time to get reimbursed.
How long is Cinch Home Services’ workmanship guarantee?
Each service comes with a 180-day guarantee on work. If a repaired or replaced system breaks down again during that time, contact the company directly.
Does Cinch Home Services have an age limit on systems or appliances?
Cinch Home Services covers all makes, models and ages of systems and appliances (included in its coverage list). Older models aren’t exempt from repair or replacement coverage.
Where are Cinch Home Services warranties available?
Cinch Home Services is available in all states except Alaska, California, Hawaii, Iowa, Massachusetts and Utah.
How can I manage my Cinch warranty plan?
You can create an account any time after you purchase your plan by visiting the customer login page on the company’s site. With your online account, you can request service, check service request status, download plan documents, update information and more.
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Reviewed Sept. 2, 2023
Cinch is affordable. I wish I knew about it when I owned my other home. When I submitted a claim, it was easy and quick. They put me in contact with a provider to repair the stove. They came on time and did the repair right away. It worked out perfectly.
Dear Tamara, We understand how stressful managing home repairs can be and we are delighted Cinch has given you peace of mind by helping alleviate the financial burden of costly repairs. We strive to make your home management needs easy and appreciate you taking the time to let us know how we’re doing! Sincerely, Christine
Reviewed Sept. 2, 2023
Our experience with Cinch was quick. They were able to help us through anything that we needed. The technicians that they used were fantastic. The first technician that came said he could not help us so Cinch had to send someone else out. We were very pleased with the service.
Dear Jana, It is always our intention to assign the right technician at the right time to meet your needs and provide a hassle-free customer experience. We are happy to hear you are pleased with our service. Thank you for sharing. - Christine
Reviewed Sept. 1, 2023
Cinch Home Services is overall, a good company. We had to get our garage door fixed, and there wasn't any available to come here. We had one that was up the street, and it took forever for it to be approved. I didn't like that. Also, it used to be you could pick your service person. Because we like to stick with the same one. We don't want different companies coming in. Because as soon as we got a different person to come in to look at the central air, they quoted all kinds of stuff. The people we normally would get wouldn’t do that. So, we had them to come out again. That's why we like the service people that we are familiar with. And we don't have to deal with people that are coming out just to get us to get a new unit. But the policy now is we cannot pick who we want unless they don't have anybody else.
The recordings are pain in the butt. It's ridiculous because we don't get to talk to a person right away. And sometimes the prompts do not take us to what we need. I don't like that we have to go this step to this step to this step just to get to where we need to go. The phone should be more personal where we could get ahold of a person and not be bounced around to one person to another. I dread making the phone call to get the process going. It shouldn’t be that way. Sometimes the ball is dropped. And that has happened a few times. I have a number to a supervisor. So, I try to give it some time. Also, I've had a couple of times I’ve put a claim in and not heard from anybody. They never heard that there was a claim. I don't like to think that I have to have a turnaround of 24 hours, but I would wait and find out my claim was never written up. But it used to be worse than it is now. It has gotten better.
We had a company come out for a refrigerator two years ago. But the poor man couldn't even get on the floor. He's elderly to do the job. And he did the same thing with our washing machine. The man couldn't perform his job. You gotta be able to get down and do your job. I don't care how old you are. You could be 90. If you could perform your job, that's okay with me. It's about capability. That was the worst service we had. We just know not to go with them.
Usually, I'm satisfied when the job is finalized. After the garage was done, I got a substantial amount of money back from the initial. It was $1,000. I got back 800 for the service being done. So, I've been satisfied as far as replacement. One year, we had two refrigerators replaced within a couple of months apart. So, after two or three tries, and they would say, “Okay. We give up.” I like that. If the appliance couldn't be fixed, they would offer us to get another one. So, I've been, on the most part, happy with them. I referred them to a couple of people.
Dear Lucille, I’m sorry to hear that you experienced problems with our automated system. We are always working to improve our customer experience and we appreciate the feedback you provided. We will ensure it is provided within the organization in an effort to improve future interactions. Thank you for being a loyal customer for 22 years!! Sincerely, Christine
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Reviewed June 18, 2023
My air conditioner broke in October of last year and I didn't call right away because I didn't need it anymore. So, I called Cinch in February and I said, "My air conditioner broke last year, central air conditioner unit. You know, the outside box wouldn't come on." I didn't call because I didn't need it, but I was assuming that, eventually, they might get busy and I wanted somebody to look at it before May. There would be a $125 charge, and then they would give you the name of a vendor to call. So, I called the vendor and the guy came out on a day at the end of February. It was probably 68 degrees. He looked at the air conditioner and said, "Oh, this is old." I said, "I know it's old. It was here when I bought the house in 1998." I just had it serviced once, and the guy told me to never get rid of it until it can't be repaired. It's a Lennox. It's a great air conditioner. So, I would rather fix it if I could fix it.
The guy said, "Oh, we can't turn on an air conditioner until it's been 72 degrees for longer than 10 days. So, I don't know why they sent me out here, but I can't do anything today." So, I asked him if he would reschedule when it's more than 72 degrees for 10 days, and he said he didn't know. Three weeks went by, nobody called me. So, I called the company and they said, "Our policy is that it has to be 72 degrees for 10 days." They were never gonna send somebody out again unless I called and I owe them another fee. So, I asked the woman, "Really? Is that a trick that you don't tell the person calling? 'It's not a good time for you to call, wait until it's 72 degrees,' that you actually send somebody out and then they don't do anything?" She insisted that that is how they do business.
So, I called Cinch. I just got the information that they took over. The woman said, "I will have somebody more local come out to you." She gave me a phone number. She told me to call them because I was a little annoyed about it. Then 15 minutes later, the guy from the company called me and told me that Cinch contacted him. He came out the next day, and he said it was a compressor issue. He put the part in. I asked him if I owed him the service charge and he said Cinch told him that they would give him the service charge just to come out and fix my unit, and he went home. So, Cinch really did a good thing. Then somebody from the other company called days later and apologized and said that they would send somebody else out. I said, "It's okay. Cinch already sent somebody else. There is no reason for you to come back." So, my experience with Cinch was a good one.
Dear Katherine, We're sorry to hear about the issues you encountered with your air conditioning claim. Ultimately, our goal is to make managing home repairs easy and we are pleased to hear that you are overall satisfied with your service. Thank you for sharing. Sincerely, Christine
Reviewed June 9, 2023
We had a problem with TotalProtect initially because I did not totally understand the process. There were so many things that we thought we were gonna get with repair. But we did not get them. In addition to that, the company that did the work sent in an invoice of what he had not completed. So, we talked and talked and talked and they in turn made that $1,000 good. Then I increased my coverage to a better coverage where we'll cover all those little incidentals that they didn't cover the last time. Submitting the claim online is great. I would normally do my claim online, and then if I had any questions, I would call back to get a live representative. Because sometimes, it's hard to explain your concerns online.
When I had to email Cinch for a claim one night and I paid them $115, I got a call from a serviceman the next morning. Then they were in the next day and fixed my dishwasher and they were gone. It was excellent service. But I had a claim where I had a total of three companies that came out and in my opinion, each of them were fly-by-nighters. But it was not Cinch's fault. I even wrote them an email and told them that they had to be very, very careful about who they sanction as a representative of their company because it gives the company a bad name.
I had a serviceman that Cinch sent out and he was a very nice guy. He said, "May I use your bathroom?" I said, "Well, of course, you can." So, he went to the bathroom and he stayed approximately one minute and 13 seconds and he came out and said, "Let me show you something. Come here for a minute." So, I went in and he cut the water on in the face bowl. He said, "See how much pressure you have. I tore this down and I cleaned it out and I put it back together and that's why your water pressure is up." The valve in the basement controls the water pressure. It was low. But when you flush the toilet, while the toilet is filling up, the water pressure at your face bowl is gonna be low. When the bowl fills up, your pressure's coming back up again. I didn't wanna argue with him, so I just let him go. But when I shared that with the vendor, they said, "He would not have done that."
The vendor that came out for my heat exchanger put in a piece of PVC and they stripped it where it wasn't put in correctly. It filled up and leaked all over my basement, my attic, and ruined the ceiling in my kitchen. That's been five years ago and I still have the piece here somewhere to remind me never to call this guy for anything.
Richard, We strive to be clear and upfront about the coverage we offer to eliminate the complexity and confusion. We love feedback from long-time customers and appreciate you taking the time to share your home warranty experience! Sincerely, Angela
Reviewed May 5, 2023
I moved in to the house April 1st. Shortly thereafter, once I got settled in, I found four problems. One was with the dryer. Another was with a dishwasher. One was with the stovetop. And the other was with the pool heater. Cinch Home Services did all the stuff. They were responsive with them. Because everything was simple repairs. Replace a part. I had appointments the next day to have the guy come out.
I got a text saying my technician is coming back out to replace the control panel in the stovetop. It tells you who my technician is and that he is expected between 8:00 to 5:00. I got that yesterday. And this morning, I got an update saying, "He's five stops away. It'll be 1:27." So, Cinch is good about updates because he's expected to get there at 3:14. And he can't replace the parts. He has to get approval. He had the part for the dryer, and he was able to replace it. So, it's a one stop deal. The dishwasher was something stupid. The previous homeowner got a new garbage disposal and never took the plug out when he hooked up the dishwasher. So, the dishwasher would not drain. That was a simple fix. And the stovetop was also simple, but the tech had to get that part ordered because he doesn't carry those. Parts came in, and he's coming out today to install.
But when it came to going online to address my pool heater, Cinch didn't have a pool option. But that's one of the services they cover. So, when I called Cinch's 800 number, they tried to direct me to go online to address and file claims. Which is fine and dandy because online they have is it an appliance, a kitchen, a dishwasher, but they didn't have a category for pools. And the pool is one of the covered services. So, it complicated things.
I had to call, wait until I got ahold of somebody. Called about the pool heater, and they didn't have anybody in the area that could service it. So they said, "Go find your own, we'll reimburse you." I called one. They came out and looked at the pool heater last Friday. And they said, "Yup. It's not repairable 'cause it's a gas pool heater. The manifold and the gas tubes are rusted out. So we have to replace the system." They sent me the invoices saying the diagnostic thing, "Hey, yup." And they did that Monday.
Monday I called Cinch and asked what they needed me to do because I figured I had to get pre-approval before they would authorize replacing the $4,400 pool heater. They said, "Yup." So I emailed them Monday with the information. And I got an email yesterday saying they need additional time to look at my claim, and they would let me know if they need additional information. It's all good because it was through the service they use. It was quick and easy. But because now I've had to go out on my own to find this, that's where I have a concern about, "Are they going to fight me on having to replace this system?" But it's straightforward.
Dear Louis, We aim to deliver quick and reliable service, and understand how stressful these type of situations can be. We’re pleased to hear the provider was able to get your appliances taken care of right away. We regret you experienced difficulties with our online system while requesting service on your pool heater. Unfortunately, we have limited availability in your area to service the request. The approval/reimbursement amount will be based on the terms and conditions of your policy. In this case, there is a cap limit of $1,000 for any work performed on the pool heater. This information can be found in the agreement which was provided to you upon enrollment of the plan. Should you need further assistance, you may send an email to email@example.com and a team member will follow up with you personally. Sincerely. Christine
Reviewed Dec. 11, 2022
When we turned our furnace on and when we turned it off and on, it clunked. The guy Cinch sent out looked at my furnace and said, "You got some kind of a flame sensor." He said that was bad. He pulled it out and showed it to me. There was a little wire, and he wanted $380 to fix it. It was an outrageous amount, so I said, "No, I'm not gonna do that. I'm gonna call the warranty company." Cinch sent out a company from down in Miamisburg, which I live outside of that, and I had to pay the guy 150. He was the guy that gave me all that song and dance about that, and I was dissatisfied with that. I'm not even sure there was anything wrong with what it was that he was looking at. I'm not sure that guy wasn't trying to stick me with a big bill.
On the other hand, I was very satisfied with the work I had done for a garage door opener. I called a company out to look at it, because I didn't think it was a warranty issue. That company charged me $100 twice just to come out and look at it. First time, they didn't fix it. The next time they came out, they did whatever they did, then they wanted put a whole new thing, so I said, "Forget it." I called Cinch, then they came out and fixed it. They did a good job. The thing wasn't working and they said, "Couldn't repair it," so they replaced it. I was very happy with that one. However, I learned a lesson on this. I'll never call anybody other than Cinch, but they raised their deductible up to 150.
We're Realtors, and we use Cinch all the time. The disadvantage is on some things, people need something instantaneous. They gotta fix it now. They can't wait for a part. Right now, for example, I have an air conditioning unit that's at least 25 years old. It works fine, and I've had it checked every year, but that may not even be compatible with the new furnace we put in. If my furnace went out on January 1st, I can't wait for three weeks to get a new furnace. One issue we had was two months for a part to come in. We had another claim, for a microwave oven, and they couldn't get it fixed for four months. The home warranty company sent us a check for 350 and told us to get it fixed, because we could get another company here to fix it for 350.
I am generally satisfied with Cinch. The only complaint in selling them is some Realtors say things they should never say. They lead people to believe that, "Oh, if this breaks, you get a new one. If this goes out, you get a new one," and people's expectations are awfully high. That's not the way it works. People pay 150 bucks, the home warranty company sends someone out, and if they can fix it, they fix it.
My wife had almost insisted that everybody get a home warranty, but I don't do it, because if anything goes wrong with Cinch, they start blaming me. However, I tell people it's a good idea if they want to get it. If something major goes wrong with their house, they have a warranty. I would give Cinch good marks as any of the other companies. Also, I like the agent that's in charge of this area. She's cute, really helpful and does a nice job.
Reviewed Sept. 13, 2023
Cinch is terrible. My problem started with them long ago. I had problems with the washer and at that time, when they sent people out, they collected the $70 deductible then. My grandson was the one who answered the door and didn't tell me the tech came. He showed the tech down to the basement and the tech took apart my dryer, which was totally functioning. My washer was the one he was there to fix. He just looked at it and said he couldn't have fixed it anyway because it had rust on it. I can go with the fact that it had rust on it and he couldn't fix it, but he took apart my dryer.
I told him I wasn't gonna pay him for work that wasn't done. But he became very aggressive and I was scared, so I gave him the money. Then, I called Cinch to make a complaint and never heard anything else from them. Also, I had a bigger problem as a result of them. They fixed some plumbing in my bathroom where they stopped the water from running but didn't tell me that I had a bigger problem until water was running outside of my house. I had to get another plumber to fix it.
Then, there was an issue with the main pipe from my washer. I told them what my problem was over the phone and that I'm really not trying to pay the $100 in advance if they can't fix it. The rep said she would send somebody out here but I would have to pay that deductible first to establish the claim. I paid it and the contractor came out but came to find out it wasn't covered. I threw away $100. I'm retired and I can’t be paying all that. But I'm still trying to give Cinch a chance.
I had a furnace issue and I called them. When I paid the $100 deductible with the $15, the tech came out and tinkered down there for 30 minutes. Then, he said it was an old furnace, which I had told them over the phone. He said that if he tried to turn it on, I might have an electrical problem in my fuse box. He told me to call him when I've had somebody come out and fix the fuse box. I called Cinch and they said it was gonna be another 100 to send somebody out to look at the fuse box. I told them to just forget it. I was not willing to pay them another $100 for something they’d say is not in my contract. I had another company come out and look at my fuse box and I waited on the first tech. I called him back about 20 times and when he didn't reply, I just bought a new furnace.
If you need a washer and your faucet, Cinch may be good about that but nothing bigger than that or appliances. If I find somebody else, I will transfer out because they don't do anything. It's too expensive for what I get and I'm very dissatisfied. I wouldn't recommend them to my enemy.
Dear Cynthia, We’re disappointed to hear you feel this way. Our purpose is to always meet the needs of our customers, and we’ll be glad to review your claim to ensure you are receiving the full benefit of your home protection plan. We’ve located your account and a member of our team will follow up with you personally to further address your concerns. Sincerely, Christine
Reviewed Sept. 12, 2023
I have had Cinch home services for the last 3 years. My experience with them has been awful. My refrigerator/freezer combo was fixed by them on March 2023 they were unable to fix the problem and had another technician come out. This technician mentioned that all the parts had been incorrectly replaced, ordered new parts, and replaced them. The refrigerator then was working properly. Here we are in September 2023 and the freezer and ice combo were not working again, The same issues. They sent out a technician to look at my freezer who took over an hour unable to figure out the problem. Today they emailed me that my refrigerator is not covered because the problem is due to maintenance. I have called and have asked for Cinch to send out another technician for a second opinion, because it is the same problem from March 2023. They refused to do so and closed out my case saying the only way to reopen is if I hire my own Repair company that is licensed and insured and have them prove that the technician cinch sent out is in fact incorrect. This was the last draw for me. Prior I had a dryer that had been serviced numerous times and even melted on the inside. I kept expressing my concern about it catching fire and they continued to replace the same parts each time.
Cinch claims to have great Technicians they will send out but they are the worst in the state, and half the time they do not even speak English.
Dear Natalie, We appreciate your feedback and we're sorry to hear that your claim experience was not what you expected. Our purpose is to always meet the needs of our customers, and we'll be glad to review your claim to ensure you have received the full benefit of your home protection plan. We've located your account and a member of our team will follow up with you personally to further address your concerns. Sincerely, Christine
Reviewed Sept. 10, 2023
I've only made three claims. It's my washer since August 7th. The drum split. And I still don't have it fixed. Cinch Home Services sent me the first vendor. They would never call me back. So, I called Cinch. They gave me a different vendor. He was there on August 7th, got the parts. Still, nothing. They said they keep waiting on them. When I called the other day, they said, “He's supposed to call you.” It should not be this long.
My first one was fine. It was my air conditioner. That was fixed right away within a week. That worked out good. But this washer is getting me frustrated. I told the rep, “For a drum and checking the prices, you could have bought me a new one.” The customer service is fine. Except for the one on my air who was awesome, it's the vendors Cinch uses. Cinch needs to stay on top of their vendors to make sure.
Dear Tina, We aim to provide prompt claim resolutions and we're sorry to hear that this has been your experience with the claim for your clothes washer. We understand how important it is to get this resolved and we'd be glad to help. We have located your account and a team member will thoroughly review the claim and follow up with you personally. Sincerely, Christine
Reviewed Sept. 10, 2023
The one claim I had started out as a clogged waste line. A place came out and unclogged it. Two and a half weeks later, the clog was there back again, which I'm still upset about because they made me pay the deductible again. It was the same problem. But what gets me is the customer service lady I talked to told me I wouldn't have to pay because I had 180 days of the same thing. I'm still in my 180 days. But they told me for a plumbing, it's only for 14 days. I said, "Wait a minute, you didn't tell me that." Every time I called them, I mentioned that to them but nothing was solved. They told me since they sent a different plumber out, they couldn't refund me.
The second plumber said, what clogged the one drain was from when it backed up, it probably worked its way into the other pipe that caused the second clog. I had to call the plumber back out, because the second time they came out, the toilet wobbled. It didn't wobble before. But they ended up having to put a new bottom part of the drain pipe and put a new drain piece of drain pipe in to stop the toilet from wobbling, which was fine. They're coming back out Monday because the one drain line got a little seepage down the one drain pipe, which like I told him, "I'm not in super hurry, but when you get time, I need you out here," which they're coming out this coming Monday.
Reviewed Sept. 10, 2023
Try Cinch Home Services and see how it works out for you. The service is good, but I need to make another appointment so that they can come back out to the house for the water heater. There was a number that I got. I called. And for service, they came and did the air conditioner. Everybody was there. They were on time, courteous and kind. They called to tell me they were around the corner. They called to tell me what happened. They were very honest about it.
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- 4700 Exchange Court, Suite 300
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