Service America Home Warranty Review
We are sorry to inform you that Florida-based home warranty company Service America has shut down in December 2018 after 43 years of operation. In 2006, when Service America was generating about $30 million in annual revenue, it was acquired by the Canadian company. A year before that it became employee-owned when a group of 300 employees purchased Service American from its parent company Chemed Corp.
According to South Florida Sun Sentinel archives, Service America was created from the merger of two South Florida home warranty companies, Amira Services, and Encore Service Systems. Both of these companies were purchased by Chemed Corp. in 1883. Service America operated only in Florida with the majority of customers in Tampa, Orlando, and Fort Myers areas.
South Florida Sun Sentinel also reports that hundreds of Service America customers have not received or cashed the refund checks form the company. In case you belive you are owed money from Service America, please contact Ken Stoll, Service America chief operating officer, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 561-504-9275.
- Unexpected fees reported
- Delays in repairs reported
- Considerable negative feedback
- Low contractor ability reported
- Not available in all states
- Poor communication reported
- No promotions available
- Smaller company