If you are considering buying a home warranty policy from AHS, you really need to have an attorney review the contract. What YOU think it says in black and white, is not what AHS will say when you need something repaired or replaced.
I recently was told by a service provider that my water heater needed replacing, AHS stated my out of pocket costs would be over $1000 for modifications that would need to be done to bring the new unit up to code.
The ServicePlus Package in my policy states these modifications are covered; however AHS disagreed and therefore I lost that discussion. They were willing to offer $773 as a "cash out" option if I wanted to use my own Plumbing company, however the cost of the new 80 gallon water heater is $1100 (not including labor).....so once again they win - the customer loses!
Product or Service Mentioned: American Home Shield Home Warranty.
Reason of review: Not as described/ advertised.
Monetary Loss: $1000.
Preferred solution: AHS to cover modification costs and install equivalent unit.