According to the Choice Home Warranty technician the claim was denied for multiple reasons all of which the technician tried to assure the claim adjuster were NOT the reasons for the failure. Choice Home Warranty advised me they would consider a second opinion by a licensed pool company and the total cost of inspection and opinion must be borne by me. I did that. The second company affirmed the opinion of the initial company. The claim was still denied. When I requested on numerous occasions for a written denial I finally received a statement claiming they denied the claim due to "lack of routine maintenance. " That is not the reason for the failure and can be certified by the two pool companies. I must note that the VERBAL reasons for denial and the WRITTEN reason are ALL DIFFERENT. I was looking at these services because we had to call out an electrician for an issue in our home, and the tech told us was $60. 00 just for being called out, and $245. 00 for him just to troubleshoot our problem before recommending a solution.
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For a fair price, he replaced the motor and pads. Motor replacement was specifically covered in the AHS warranty, but AHS continued to deny the claim. I got some good advice for sellers of homes: put up a $1500 escrow fund for the buyer when you sell a home the typical maximum amount for home warranty companied with appropriate terms and conditions for use of the funds for 6 months to 1 year after sale. Of course, fully disclose any work or replacement that needs to be done when you sell the house. That's a better deal all the way around than a home warranty company. I use PSEandG Worry Free Service.