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just like you probably do for health insurance. We may go for several years without filing a claim, just as you might with your health insurance. But, when you finally do get sick and need to use the policy you have been paying on for years and only owing your co pay is seen as trying to get something for nothing?Have you ever actually thought that opinion of yours through to it's logical end?What is a warranty for?What is insurance for?I would imagine that someday, after paying for your health insurance or a new car with a warranty, for many years without ever using it until a tragedy strikes, you find yourself needing to use the protection you had been PAYING for, only to find someone just like yourself at the other end of the desk. I would pray that is what would befall a person with reasoning like yours. Well. that is very interesting that Old Republic made a comment in the article to defend themselves and actually said they charge up to $375 in Texas.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

My wife and I first had AHS coverage as we purchased homes in the past paid for by the original owner for a year. We started extending the coverage since it was so convenient and made sense financially. We continue to keep it every year on our current home; it helped significantly with our old HVAC system now replaced as of JAN 2018, appliances such as our stove and washing machine AHS replaced our washer with a new one THANK YOU VERY MUCH. Always prompt service; sometimes it takes a day or two but it is understandable given the time of year we live in a resort type area. I would recommend this for anyone interested in relatively inexpensive peace of mind "insurance" and even as a gift to friends or family. There was an issue with my toilet and my tub draining.

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Additionally, Chris serves on the Board of Trustees for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN, one of the leading multi discipline Contemporary Art Museums in the world. Andrea Kane oversees our talent management, total rewards, training and development, employee recognition and internal communications strategies. Her focus is on enhancing our organizational culture and talent capabilities to better attract, develop, retain great people, and foster a highly engaged culture as a great place to work. Andrea has a proven track record of guiding companies through cultural and digital transformations, and has a passion for delivering creative and innovative talent solutions. Throughout her career, Andrea has held senior level roles with well known brands including AutoTrader Group, General Electric Company/NBC, Belkin International, Inc. and ADT. Andrea received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. Chris leads our marketing efforts, which includes overseeing our brand identity, external communications, online and offline direct response efforts, and corporate marketing initiatives. His focus will be on broadening distribution and product innovation as we work to transform our company and the home services industry by appealing to a broader range of consumer needs. Chris has more than 24 years of experience transforming brands and elevating the customer experience for some of the top organizations in the country, including Expedia and Motorola. Prior to joining CCHS, Chris was the Vice President of Retail Products and Client Solutions at Asurion, where he managed the customer experience across 35 retailers – both online and in store – including leading brands like Walmart, Amazon and The Home Depot.