American Home Guard, mistakenly called ‘American Home Guardian’ by some people, is a well-known home warranty company that has been on the market since 2013. If you would like to learn more about it, ReviewHomeWarranties.com has prepared a comprehensive American Home Guard review that will tell you about various aspects of this company.

 

Parameter Score Explanation
Coverage 95 American Home Guard offers excellent coverage for home systems, appliances and extras, like pool, spa and additional HVAC units.
Policy 95 The company's policy is available on the website. All covered and noncovered items, prices, coverage caps, and time limits are stated clearly.
Plan variety 95 There are three coverage plans: Red for systems, White for appliances, and Blue for both. Additional items can be included to any plan under Optional Coverage.
Cost 85 The pricing starts with $530 per year for either Red or White plan. The Blue plan is $600. Optional coverage pricing per item is specifically tailored to the home appliances you own or services you want to include. Service call fees of $65 per item apply. These prices are within the industry average range.
Reviews 75 Compared to other home warranty companies, like Choice Home Warranty, American Home Guard does not have that many reviews, but many customers are happy with the services.
Credibility 90 American Home Guard has been on the market since 2013, which is less than other companies, like Old Republic Home Protection, for example, but enough to build a solid reputation.
American Home Guard serves customers in all states, except Texas, Washington, and Minnesota. To get a free quote, please click on the green button now or call 808-800-2433.

Company Credibility Review

Are you afraid of losing your money on purchasing an untrustworthy home warranty company? Many people are. This is why ReviewHomeWarranties.com checks every company’s reputation before recommending it to our customers.

American Home Guard has been on the home warranty market since 2013. The company has been working hard on building a strong reputation among homeowners, homebuyers, and home sellers. Many real estate agents now recommend this company to their clients as a great opportunity to save money on unexpected home repairs and replacements.

Vincent Hamilton is the Vice President of American Home Guard. In case you experience any issue that for some reason cannot be resolved with customer support, you can always contact him at 1515 Market St., Suite # 1200, Philadelphia, PA 19102. Alternatively, there is a ‘Contact Us’ form on the company’s website.
Ownership American Home Guard Inc.
Est. 2013
CEO Mr. Vincent Hamilton, the Vice President
Registered in Pennsylvania, USA
Available for states All
Mailing Address 1515 Market St Suite # 1200, Philadelphia, PA 19102
How to approach Contact Now
BBB Accreditation F (Not accredited)
Chamber of Business

American Home Guard Company Reviews by Clients

What is one of the first things you should do before making a commitment to a home warranty company? You should check out what other people say about it, of course. In this section, we have collected customer reviews from several consumer report sites, including Consumer Affairs and Consumers Advocate.

The average score for American Home Guard on these sites is very good, 4 out of 5 stars, which is a much higher score than many other home warranty companies have received. For example, customers of the industry giant Old Republic Home Protection have given it an average score of one in their reviews on both of these sites.

Among the negative reviews that some consumers left for American Home Guard, are regarding customer service. One of the customers who gave a one-star rating claims that the company had not fixed any problems for him.

In reality, the customer did not read the contract and did not realize that it takes effect 30 days after it has been signed. This is a common rule for home warranty companies.

...Every time that I want a claim, they couldn’t fix any of the problems so I closed the account. My fridge broke down one day but I didn’t know that I had to wait 30 days before the warranty takes effect. And the guy was very sarcastic and that's where it pissed me off even more. If he could’ve been understanding and explained it differently, I would’ve done it differently, too. I searched over the internet about their reputation and the customer service they provide and there’s a lot of negativity from them. It’s better to look for someone else.

By Carlos of Las Vegas, NV, Consumer Affairs


Some customers had prior experience with other home warranty companies, such as American Home Shield, and found American Home Guard much better than their major competitor:

I had American Home Shield and I got very disgusted with their service. We choose to always have a home warranty put in so I needed to replace them. I looked at American Home Guard's website and a representative called me and he is customer service quality. He was 80% of the reason why I chose to go with them. Moreover, American Home Guard was in the top range based on the Consumer Reports.

By Terry of Atlanta, GA, Consumer Affairs


Home sellers found American Home Guard very useful and were overall happy with purchasing a home warranty from them:

We got American Home Guard for the house that we’re selling. Their sales rep gave me a good deal. I told them what I was doing and they sent me over to another division and gave me a decent price with three months extra. Overall, their service is good.

By Alan of Tampa, FL, Consumer Affairs


In summary, American Home Guard is perceived positively by many customers, yet some experienced problems with customer support. This company is not accredited with the Better Business Bureau.
Website Numbers of reviews Avg Score (out of 5)
Consumer Affairs 172 4
Consumers Advocate 47 4
Better Business Bureau (BBB) 38 1.88

Coverage

One of the most important things to know about your home warranty is coverage. Which items does American Home Guard cover and which does it does not cover? We have collected this information for you.

Before you continue to read this review, look around the house and decide which home systems and appliances you want covered. Then come back and decide if this company can provide sufficient coverage for your home. American Home Guard’s warranty may provide coverage for the following items:

Air Conditioning

American Home Guard will cover the primary floor air conditioning unit of your home only if the air conditioning unit does not exceed a five-ton capacity. In case parts such as motor, compressor, condenser, or thermostat need a repair or replacement, they will be covered by this warranty. Those parts that are not crucial to the operation of the air conditioning unit, such as air filters, grills, stands, etc., will not be covered.

Heating System

American Home Guard covers only the essential parts of your primary heating system: all modules, components, and parts of the heating framework important to its functionality. The heating system capacity should not exceed a 5-ton limit. Any minor parts, such as pipes, valves, timekeepers and such, are not covered, and this is a standard practice in the industry. Solar heating systems or zone systems are also not covered under American Home Guard’s warranty.

For both heating and air conditioning systems, the coverage is capped at $500 for the first three months of the contract. The cap is raised to $2000 after this period.

Electrical System

The company will cover repair and replacement for the following parts of the electrical system:

  •      junction boxes

  •      service panels

  •      breakers sub-panels

  •      switches

  •      breakers

  •      outlets

  •      wiring

  •      ground fault interrupters


You should keep in mind that in case the damage is caused by natural sources, such as flood, lightning, hurricane, and such, it does not fall under home warranty coverage. This is an industry standard.

Alarm equipment, doorbells, and fixtures are also not covered under the regular plans by most home warranty companies including American Home Guard. However, AHG offers optional coverage for these items that can be added to any plan for an additional price per item. For the ceiling fans, the company covers all modules, components, and parts necessary to its functionality.

Plumbing System

American Home Guard warranty will cover any repairs or replacements of can bowls[1] , latrine tanks, and all accompanying pipes. Any spills in water, depletion, waste, or vent line damage because of solidifying or from the damage caused by roots will not be covered.

For both electrical and plumbing systems, as well as appliances, the repair or replacement coverage is capped at $150 for the first three months of the contract. This repair/replacement allowance will increase to $500 per contract term after the first three months of coverage.

Home Appliances

The following home appliances will be covered by the American Home Guard warranty plan: washer and dryer, refrigerator, water heater, built-in microwave, dishwasher, oven/range/stove top, and garbage disposal.

All modules, components, and parts crucial to the functionality of these appliances are covered up to $150 for the first three months. After that period, the coverage will increase up to $500.

There are optional items that can be added to any of the American Home Guard plans. These include pool and hot tub, septic system, well pump, sump pump, and a limited number of home appliances.

Additionally, American Home Guard offers coverage for limited roof leaks, lawn sprinkler system, and fountains. You can also subscribe to a lawn care package with this company.

For additional coverage options, the coverage is capped at $150 for the first three months of the contract. It will increase to $400 after the first three months of the contract. In the event a part is not available, American Home Guard's obligation shall be to reimburse for the value of the part up to the policy limits.

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the clothes washer and clothes dryer important to the functionality of the clothes washer and clothes dryer

Not covered by AHG

  • Any harm made to dress as a consequence of being washed and/or dried by the secured clothes washer and/or clothes dryer
  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the clothes washer and clothes dryer:
  • Containers
  • Stooped up channels
  • Obstructed lines
  • Obstructed pipes and/or obstructed venting
  • Flush guides

Covered by AHG

  • One (1) refrigerator situated inside of the kitchen of the secured home
  • All modules, components and parts of the refrigerator important to the functionality of the cooler

Not covered by AHG

  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the icebox:
  • Ice creators
  • Ice crushers
  • Dispensers
  • Freezer parts and components which are not vital to the cooler unit as a whole
  • Refrigerant
  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Damage brought about by Refrigerant release
  • Leaks
  • Sealed framework

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the water warmer important to the functionality of the water radiator

Not covered by AHG

  • Sun based or tank less water heating systems or the parts thereof.
  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the water heating framework:
  • Vents
  • Deplete funneling
  • Weight diminishing valve
  • Leaks
  • Pumps

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the inherent microwave important to the functionality of the implicit microwave

Not covered by AHG

  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and part identifying with the implicit microwave oven
  • Portable, combo or counter top microwaves
  • Restorative issues or variations from the norm
  • Components identifying with establishment/mounting

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the dishwasher important to the functionality of the dishwasher

Not covered by AHG

  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the dishwasher
  • Flush guides
  • Obstructed channels
  • Stooped up lines
  • Framing and trim
  • Latches

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the gas or electric oven, range and stove top important to the functionality of the oven, range and/or stove top

Not covered by AHG

  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the oven reach or stove top
  • Range hood
  • Burner bowls and covers
  • Nonessential issues or variations from the norm
  • Frying pans

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the refuse transfer important to the functionality of the junk transfer

Not covered by AHG

  • Typical and customary junk transfer disappointments, for example, sticking and resetting
  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the rubbish transfer:
  • Spines
  • Rings
  • Components identifying with establishment/mounting
  • Trash compactor

Covered by AHG

  • Stoppages in channel, vent and sewer lines up to 100 feet from access point, with the exception of if created by roots or freezing
  • Mainline stoppages are just cleared when there is an available ground level clean out

Not covered by AHG

  • Stoppages brought about by given way, harmed or broken deplete, vent or sewer lines outside the limitations the primary establishment if the home
  • Stoppages because of roots or outside articles
  • On the off chance that the lines are broken or penetrated by roots or are generally halted by roots, regardless of the fact that the break, invasion or stoppage is inside of 100 feet from the entrance point, it is not secured
  • Access to empty or sewer lines out of the vent or the evacuation of the water storage room
  • Expenses to find, get to or introduce a ground level get out
  • Septic tanks

Covered by AHG

  • The following garage door opener components:
  • Control board
  • Motors
  • Chains
  • Belts
  • Gears
  • Pulley
  • Sheave fork
  • Axle bolts
  • Switches.

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the garage door opener system:
  • Garage doors
  • Locks
  • Springs
  • Adjustments
  • Brackets
  • Rollers
  • Hinges
  • Glass paneling
  • Knobs
  • Buttons
  • Wall switches
  • Lock cable
  • Tracks
  • Rails
  • Drums
  • Light bulbs
  • Light coverings
  • Mounting equipment and components
  • Alarm system components.

Covered by AHG

  • The accompanying pipes framework components :
  • Line spills in water, deplete, waste or vent lines not brought about by harm coming about because of solidifying or from roots
  • Line softens up water, deplete, waste or vent lines not created by harm coming about because of solidifying or from roots
  • Can bowls
  • Latrine tanks
  • Can flushing systems
  • Point stops
  • Risers

Not covered by AHG

  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the pipes framework:
  • Line holes/breaks/stoppages created by crumpled, harmed or broken deplete, vent or sewer lines outside the primary establishment of the secured home
  • Line holes/breaks/stoppages brought on by solidifying, root harm or remote items
  • Tub and shower base skillet
  • Access to empty or sewer lines out of the vent or evacuation of the water storage room
  • Water conditioners
  • Lacking or unreasonable water weight
  • Plumbing components identifying with hose tuckers
  • Lead channel lines/funnels
  • Slab leaks
  • Tub and shower valves
  • Cartridge
  • Pumps
  • Jetting.

Covered by AHG

  • The primary floor air conditioning unit of the covered home only, provided that the air conditioning unit does not exceed a five (5) ton capacity.
  • The following air conditioning components:
  • Motor
  • Compressor
  • Condenser
  • Thermostat.

Not covered by AHG

  • Window, wall or zone systems or portable air conditioning units
  • Air filters
  • Refrigerant
  • Refrigerant recapture
  • Geothermal systems
  • Gas or propane air condition systems
  • Air filtration systems
  • Humidifiers
  • Registers
  • Grills
  • Stands
  • Jacks
  • Condenser casings
  • Pads
  • Vents
  • Flues
  • Clogged lines
  • Condensation leaks
  • Mismatched systems
  • Damaged ducts
  • Improper wiring
  • Improper piping
  • Refrigerant leaks
  • Damage caused by Refrigerant leak

Covered by AHG

  • All module, components and parts of the heating framework important to the functionality of the heating framework.
  • The essential heating arrangement of the secured home just, gave that the heating framework do not surpass a five (5) ton limit

Not covered by AHG

  • Sun powered heating systems or the components thereof
  • Any convenient heating units or zone systems or divider units or components thereof
  • Chimneys or warmth lights or the components thereof.
  • Brilliant heating systems incorporated with dividers, roofs or floors
  • The accompanying rundown of modules, components and parts identifying with the heating framework:
  • Wiring
  • Air cleaners
  • Obstructed lines
  • Pipes
  • Heat exchanger
  • Damper engines
  • Humidifiers
  • Timekeepers and clocks
  • Curls
  • Pipe perplexes
  • Channeling
  • Geothermal heating/cooling units
  • Fire box
  • Valves
  • Water funneling

Covered by AHG

  • The following electrical system components
  • Junction boxes
  • Service panels
  • Breakers sub-panels
  • Switches
  • Breakers
  • Outlets
  • Wiring
  • Ground fault interrupters

Not covered by AHG

  • Damage to the electrical system caused by flood, fire, water, rust, corrosion and lightning.
  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the electrical system:
  • Alarm equipment
  • Fixtures
  • Doorbells
  • Intercom equipment
  • Inadequate wiring capacity
  • Damage caused by double or triple tapping
  • Wire tracing
  • Damage caused by a power failure
  • Damage caused by a power failure
  • Attic fans

Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of the ceiling fan affixed in the covered home necessary to its functionality

Not covered by AHG

  • Lights

Covered by AHG

  • All ducts from heating and/or cooling unit to the point of attachment at registers or grills

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the duct system:
  • Improperly sized ductwork/duct system
  • Registers
  • Insulation
  • Dampers
  • Panels
  • Regulators
  • Crushed ductwork
  • Diffusers
  • Flue ducts
  • Ductwork insulated by asbestos
  • Boxes
  • Crushed ductwork
  • Grills

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • Aerobic pump
  • Sewage ejector
  • Jet pump
  • Septic tank

Not covered by AHG

  • Tile fields and leach beds
  • Leach lines
  • Lateral lines
  • Insufficient capacity
  • Clean out
  • Pumping

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All components of well pump, provided the well is the primary water source to the covered home

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the well pump:
  • Well casings
  • Holding and storage tanks
  • Piping or electrical lines leading to or connecting pressure tank and covered home
  • Re-drilling of wells
  • Booster pumps
  • Components for geothermal/heat pumps

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • In cases where roof leak repairs over active area of single family homes only
  • The roof leaks only

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to roof leaks:
  • Patios
  • Porches
  • Decks
  • Metal roofs
  • Foam roofs
  • Shingles
  • Cemwood shakes
  • Cracked and/or missing material
  • Tiles
  • Tar and gravel
  • Flat or built-up roofs
  • Structural leaks
  • Asphalt
  • Gutters
  • Downspouts
  • Skylights
  • Flashing
  • Patio covers
  • Solar components
  • Attic vents
  • Roof jacks
  • Satellite components
  • Antennae
  • Chimney components

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • Plumbing fixtures: faucets filter, showers head, shower arm, electrical switches, smoke detector, florescent fixtures, Outlets, Dials, Knobs

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • The following list of pool/spa components:
  • Pumping system
  • Filtration system
  • Heating system

Not covered by AHG

  • Portable pools, spas or hot tubs.
  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the pool/spa:
  • Pool sweep motors
  • Lights
  • Liners
  • Structural defects
  • Solar equipment
  • Jets
  • Control switches
  • Computerized control boards
  • Ornamental fountains, waterfalls and their components
  • Pool covers
  • Fill line and fill valve
  • Built-in or detachable cleaning equipment including, but not limited to, pool sweeps, pop up heads, turbo valves
  • Pool chemicals
  • Skimmers
  • Chlorinators
  • Fuel storage tanks
  • Heat pumps
  • Ionizers
  • Disposable filtration components
  • Portable spa
  • Above ground pool/spa
  • Plumbing

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of a standalone freezer necessary to its functionality

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the stand alone freezer:
  • Glass displays
  • Light bulbs
  • Knobs and caps
  • Dials
  • Door seals
  • Gaskets
  • Door hinges
  • Door handles
  • Shelves
  • Condensation pans
  • Leveling feet
  • Clogged drains
  • Clogged lines
  • Grates
  • Ice makers
  • Ice crushers
  • Beverage dispensers
  • Thermal shells
  • Cosmetic issues or abnormalities

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of central vacuum system necessary to its functionality

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the central vacuum system:
  • Vacuum nozzles
  • Clogged pipes
  • Hoses
  • Vacuum accessories

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All modules, components and parts of a second refrigerator necessary to its functionality.

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the refrigerator:
  • Ice makers
  • Ice crushers
  • Beverage dispensers
  • Freezer parts and components which are not essential to the refrigerator unit as a whole
  • Refrigerant damage caused by Refrigerant leak

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All components of sump pump for ground water, provided the pump is within the foundation of the covered home.

Not covered by AHG

  • The following list of modules, components and parts relating to the sump pump:
  • Portable pumps
  • Sewer ejector pumps

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All components and parts

Not covered by AHG

  • Standalone ice maker
  • Dispenser
  • Valves
  • Water line

The following is a list of covered systems and appliances which you have the option to purchase from American Home Guard


Covered by AHG

  • All mechanical components that affect operation

Not covered by AHG

  • Hydraulic Systems-Systems related to fire Extinguishing-Malfunctioning due to lack of water pressure- Batteries- Drip Irrigation Systems-Damage due to freezing, pets, cars, or lawn care equipment, heads

Limits

For heating or cooling equipment (hvac), within the first 3 months of coverage (“Coverage Period”) a $500 repair/replacement allowance will be paid to the customer. This repair/replacement allowance will increase to $2000 after the Coverage Period

Limit: $500 ($2000 after the Coverage Period)

For appliances, plumbing and electrical (non-heating or cooling) in the first three months a $150 repair/replacement allowance will be paid to the customer. This repair/replacement allowance will increase to $500 after the first three months of coverage.

Limit: $150 ($500 after the first three months of coverage)

For the Built-in Microwave in the first three months of coverage a $125 repair/replacement allowance will be paid to the customer. This repair/replacement allowance (for the built in microwave) will increase to $250 after the first three months of coverage.

Limit: $125 ($250 after the first three months of coverage)

For additional coverage options in the first three months a $150 repair/replacement allowance will be paid to the customer. This repair/replacement allowance will increase to $400 after the first three months of coverage. In the event a part is not available, American Home Guard's obligation shall be to reimburse for the value of the part up to the policy limits

Limit: $150 ($400 after the first three months of coverage)

If Refrigerant coverage is secured as an option, the limit is $150 for Coverage Period and $250 for the remainder of the contract.

Limit: $150 ($250 for the remainder of the contract)


Plans and Costs

After you have decided which systems and appliances in your house should be covered by home warranty, it is time to select the plan the fits your needs best. American Home Guard offers three main plans: Red, White, and Blue, plus an extensive list of additional optional items for extra coverage.

In case you had your home appliances recently updated, and they are still covered under manufacturer’s warranty, the Red plan will work best for you. It covers all major home systems: air conditioning, heating, electrical, and plumbing for $530 a year, if you choose to make a single payment.  

On the other hand, if you prefer to cover home appliances, but not the home systems, American Home Guard offers a better plan for you. The White plan, on the contrary to the Red plan, covers all essential home appliances, such as washer and dryer, refrigerator, oven/range/stove top, dishwasher, built-in microwave, and garbage disposal. It also costs $530 a year.

You don’t have to choose between coverage for home systems or home appliances if you don’t want to—there is an American Home Guard plan that will meet all of your needs. The Blue plan combines the coverage of Red and White plans.

Additionally, it covers ceiling fans and a garage door opener. The regular cost of Blue plan is $600 per year, but it is now on sale for a limited time for $399. These prices are comparable to prices of other home warranty companies, such as Landmark Home Warranty and Select Home Warranty.

Don’t forget to add to your home warranty those items that are not included in any of the plans, but are available under the optional coverage. These are pool and hot tub, septic system, well pump and built-in sump pump, central vacuum, stand-alone freezer, icemaker, wine cooler, and much more. These items are priced separately. There is a service call fee of $65 per item that cannot be combined.

Any plan will be automatically renewed unless canceled. To get a free quote, please click on the green button or give them a call at 808-800-2433.
Plans Cost Best For
Plan 1: Red plan
Includes: AC Cooling, Heating Furnace, Electrical, Plumbing, Water Heater
  • - $529,99 if you choose single payment
  • - 65$ per service call
If your home appliances are covered under manufacturers warranty, this plan will work best for you
Plan 2: White plan
Includes: Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Stove Cook Top, Garbage Disposal, Oven Range, Microwave (Built In), Washer, Dryer
  • - $529,99 if you choose single payment
  • - 65$ per service call
If you live in a new house, you might want to covere appliances first as they break more often, and add the system to you home warranty plan later.
Plan 3: Blue plan
Includes: AC Cooling, Heating Furnace, Electrical, Plumbing, Water Heater, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Stove Cook Top, Garbage Disposal, Oven Range, Microwave (Built In), Washer, Dryer, Ceiling Fans, Garage Door Opener
  • - $599,99 if you choose single payment
  • - 65$ per service call
If you purchased a home that is more than 10 years old, this plan will keep your peace of mind by covering all major home systems and appliances.
Optional coverage
  • Pool - $99.99
  • Spa / Hot Tub - $69.99
  • Septic Coverage - $69.99
  • Well Pump - $39.99
  • Sump Pump - $39.99
  • Limited Roof Leak - $99.99
  • Central Vacuum - $69.99
  • Stand Alone Icemaker - $59.99
  • Stand Alone Freezer - $49.99
  • Additional HVAC Units - $99.99
  • Plumbing & Lighting Fixtures - $69.99
  • TV & Home Entertainment Package - $349.99
  • Lawn Sprinkler - $79.99
  • Lawn Care Package - $169.99
  • Wine Coolers - $124.99
  • Fountains - $149.99
If you have already purchased a home warranty plan but it does not include any of the items listed here, you can always add them when you feel it is time to expand the coverage.

Policy and User-Friendliness

It was not hard to find all American Home Guard policy terms and conditions. They are available on the company’s website. To find information about service fees, what is covered under each plan and what is not covered, and what the dollar limits are, please see the Terms and Conditions from the homepage.

In order to find the plan description, we went online to the American Home Guard homepage and clicked on ‘plans.’ All the information for the home warranty coverage is available there, except for the prices. These can be found when you hit the green ‘Get Free Quote’ button or by phone at 808-800-2433.

Overall, the terms and conditions of American Home Guard warranty are easier to find and digest than some of its competitors, such as Advanced Home Warranty—which has much more complex terms and conditions—and therefore, a lower score in this category on ReviewHomeWarranties.com.
Info How to find
Plans Home Page-->Plans
Prices Home ---> Get a quote
Service Fees Home Page-->Terms & Conditions
Policy Home Page-->Terms & Conditions
What is covered Home Page-->Terms & Conditions
What is not covered Home Page-->Terms & Conditions
Dollar limits Home Page-->Terms & Conditions
Term Tricky?
Services fee No
Exluded items No
Cancellation No
Renewal Automatic if not cancelled
Pre inspection Not clear
Waiting time 48 hours to get a call, not to get service

Summary

American Home Guard is a well-known home warranty company that has been on the market since 2013. Many real estate agents know this company well and recommend it to their clients. The company serves homeowners, home sellers, and homebuyers in all states, except Minnesota, Texas, and Washington.

The company offers a good selection of plans that will satisfy the needs of any customer. Unlike those companies that offer coverage for a certain number of home systems and appliances in every plan, like Choice Home Warranty, for example, American Home Guard offers coverage for home systems and home appliances separately in two different plans. For those customers who like to preserve their peace of mind by covering both, there is also a combo plan that has this option.

If you want to read the description of the company plans, coverage, and policy terms and conditions yourself, they are all clearly described and easy to find on the company’s website. There you can find all of the necessary information on which items are included and excluded, the renewal and cancellation policy, and other relevant information.