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Consequential Damages. This Agreement does not provide coverage for damage caused by a malfunctioning or inoperable appliance or system, including, but not limited to, water, fire and mold spores. Select, its employees, agents, shareholders or parent company shall in no way be responsible for any damages, whether in contract or tort, for any malfunctioning or inoperable appliance or system. 13. 1. Cancellation by Select. Select may cancel this Agreement, therefore voiding this Agreement if it is deemed that You have either: i Fraudulent conduct by You; ii Misrepresentations by You; iii Failed to make the require payments to Select; iv Upon mutual agreement between You and Select. In the event Select agrees to allow You to cancel after the thirtieth day, the You shall be entitled to a pro rata refund of payments made regarding Your home service contract for the remaining term, less an administrative fee and any service costs incurred by Select. 13. 2. Cancellation by You.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

A basic home warranty covers a wide range of items, including types of built in appliances, the exhaust system and plumbing and electrical systems. A home warranty plan usually does not cover garage door openers, automatic garage door systems and air conditioners. Homeowners can purchase extended coverage that will pay for damage and repairs to those items. Most warranty companies offer multiple policies and levels of coverage. Many people add extra coverage that protects items usually not covered by these programs, including central vacuuming systems, swimming pools, wells and home spas. On 5/26/2018, I opened a claim for our washer which was starting to fail.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

I found this website while looking to purchase a home warranty on a home we are about to buy, and I will have no regrets, especially if I never need to use it. Take a moment to add up how much you have spent on auto insurance. If you have never used it, you might have been able to buy a car with the money, but it only takes one claim, one lawsuit, to make that 'expense' a worthy investment!Best wishes. You are talking about home warranty plans from years ago, things have changed in the last few years. They do not, I repeat DO NOT replace things anymore. They will part it and piece it together over and over again and at $60 a visit from a tech it adds up.