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Hi I'm Jen, I blog about nail polish. I love music and cute dogs. I'm pretty random...also I have no idea how to use Goggle + yay!
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In December 2014 my HVAC unit stopped worked. A claim was placed with First American Home Warranty and they sent out a contractor who replaced the transformer in the unit. Shortly after, on March 30, 2015 the HVAC unit broke again. The contractor First American Home Warranty sent out stated the problem was the compressor on the roof and said approval would have to be made before it could be fixed. Nearly 2 months later, on May 29, 2015 the compressor was replaced at a cost of $330 to me. Barely 2 weeks later on June 17, 2015 the HVAC unit broke again. I filed another claim with First American Home Warranty and sent them a message asking them to waive the $60 service fee for another contractor coming out. After 3 days with no response to my inquires via their website, email, Facebook and phone I had my own contractor come out and assess the problem with my HVAC unit. I was told by my HVAC company that the entire unit inside the house needed to be replaced and that changing out the compressor was just a tiny bandaid put on a huge issue by First American Home Warranty and the unqualified contractor they assigned to my claim. I am now having to pay out of pocked to get this fixed when it should have been addressed the first time First American Home Warranty sent a company out over 6 months ago. The service I received from both First American Home Warranty and their contractors has been beyond unsatisfactory and the way they conduct business should be illegal.
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