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  • Car warranty ireland February 9, 2012 at 7:57 am

    Buying extended warranties for the first time can be tricky, even confusing. You must understand what it is you want covered and then look for a warranty that provides this type of cover. Buying an extended warranty does not excuse you from buying auto insurance. You still to have your car covered under the best auto insurance policy you can afford, since these are two different products.

  • Home Warranty Canada February 27, 2012 at 12:31 pm

    Always, always research the company before you buy a home warranty. Angies list has rated home warranty companies as least rated for the 4th consecutive year! That doesn't mean all companies are bad. There are many reputable companies in business. Check company reviews before you purchase.

  • Kevin March 9, 2012 at 6:56 am

    One thing home owners should be careful of is the notion that the purchase of a home warranty is just a one-or-the-other scenario. It makes a lot of sense to come up with a back up plan if your systems and appliances are not under some sort of warranty or extended service agreement. Even if the only back up is a savings account, it's still a lot better than having a water heater, HVAC, or other expensive item break down without any planned way to offset the cost. For anybody researching home warranty for the first time, the best advice I've ever read or heard was to talk with real estate agents or other home owners in the local area who have first hand experience dealing with warranty claims. That's the best way to know what you're getting into if you choose to purchase one for your own home.

  • Shannon Paulk April 26, 2012 at 1:38 pm

    Definitely be sure to look at what is covered and not covered. You don't want to end up with an extended auto warranty, or something similar, only to find that the part that breaks most often isn't included in your coverage!

  • Mark January 22, 2019 at 11:42 am

    I have been with Total Protect home warranty for 15+ years. My appliances worked well as did my garage door opener. Now, the appliances have began to have trouble, I have called on refrigerator, wash machine, garage door opener and each service call the same “will not cover” worn out, should have called someone in to perform maintenance. And each call to home protect generated a 125.00 dollar billing. Home protect sub contracts and the garage door opener was examined by a tech working for Sears. He was willing to fix the door if I paid him privately, 700.00 dollars. Home protect supervisor told me they were happy to hear that. If I am denied a claim it must be good to have someone ready to fix it. I paid a monthly fee for 15 years, as long as everything worked, no problem, but when the appliance is 15 years old, there is nothing on the market similar any longer. Total protect is owned by cross country do not purchase a plan from them.

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