We have reviewed 10 of the most prominent home warranty service providers in the USA. Our criteria was reputation and client reviews, pricing, clarity of T&C’s. View a complete list of all home warranty service providers review below:
Virginia, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Maryland, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Utah, District of Columbia + 37 More States
Our parameters in composing home warranty service provider scores
We take score assigning very seriously. We look after what we believe most clients are after. Our goal is to make the search of a service provider easy and choose the companies which are most apt for our reader's requirements. Here are some of the things we take into consideration. You can view the exact criteria in each review, but here's the top level executive summary:
We like credible service providers. Credible companies are ones that have clear contact address in the U.S, we know the names of the key guys like the CEO, and of course we have client reviews we have been able to locate from across the web.
We like affordable prices. In each review you can find the complete array of plans available at this service provider, and the cost of each package or component.
We like a superb service. That's why we aggregate every client review we could locate online about each company, and make sure clients like the service they are getting.
We do not like
Home warranty service providers who are not honest and transparent about the nature of their service, and who's behind the company. You can read some examples of such companies on our home warranty scams page.
Home warranty service providers who do not provide exemplary service to clients. If clients are dissatisfied about the quality and nature of services they have been provided with, then we are not happy with this company as well.
Home warranty providers who charge you through the roof for their services. Insurance companies of all kinds must make profit, we get that, but there is absolutely no point in purchasing a home warranty if you are going to pay massive amounts of cash each month on it. If you eventually pay more each month than it would cost you to use a professional, you are doing it all wrong.