The Complete AHS Home Warranty Login Guide
American Home Shield (AHS) is among the leading home warranty providers in the United States. It provides services to over one million customers all across the country (except Alaska) with a contractor network of over 15,000 service providers. The company has a B rating on the Better Business Bureau.
American Home Shield Warranty—Plans and Coverage
AHS home warranty covers costs of repair or replacement of covered items gone faulty. There are three comprehensive warranty plans:
- Combo plan
- Systems plan
- Appliances plan
You can also purchase the following add-on warranty packages to cover more specific items:
- Electronics plan
- Pools and spas
- Guest unit
- Septic pump
- Well pump
Prices for each plan or package depend on the home’s location and other characteristics. To get a free quote for your home, do the following:
- Go to the pricing page on AHS’s website
- Enter the property’s street address
- Provide your email
- Click Submit
The table below shows more details about what’s covered by each plan or add-on.
|Plan/Add-on||Monthly Price||Items Covered||
|Appliances||$50-$60||Refrigerators, dishwashers, ovens, cooktops, clothes dryers, clothes washing machines, built-in microwaves, garage door openers, trash compactors, built-in food centers, freestanding ice makers||Up to $3,000 per item for access, diagnosis, repair, or replacement|
|Systems||$50-$60||Air conditioning, heating, smoke detectors, ceiling fans, electrical, doorbells, plumbing, water heaters, central vacuums, etc.|
|Combo||$60-$70||Appliances and systems|
|Electronics||$18||Unlimited number of home electronics and entertainment products||n/a|
|Guest unit||$28.99||Guest units under 750 square feet||n/a|
|Pool and spa||$23.75||Heating, pumping and filtration systems||n/a|
|Septic pump||$4.17||Major components of a septic system||n/a|
|Well dump||$8.33||Components of a well dump system||Up to $1,500 per item for access, diagnosis, repair, or replacement|
The customer pays a service call fee—ranging from $75 to $125—each time service is performed on a covered item.
How To Claim American Home Shield Warranty
There are two ways to claim a warranty with AHS:
- Making a service request online
- Calling customer service by phone
AHS Home Warranty—Log In To Claim
To claim a warranty on the AHS website, you do not need to be registered. For unregistered customers, the process is as follows:
- Go to the Request Service page
- Search for your warranty by entering the zip code of the property
- Provide either your street address, phone, or contract number
- Click on Find My Warranty
- Select the items that need servicing
- Type your contact and payment info
This method allows you to register at the end of the process.
If you are already registered, follow these steps:
- Open the Login page
- Enter your email and password
- Click on Log In
Registration is possible at any time on the Registration & Confirmation page. The information required is the same as when requesting service without an account.
AHS Home Warranty Phone Number
AHS warranty phone number is 888.682.1043. You can call this number 24/7 to claim a warranty and request service. If a representative confirms coverage, you will be able to schedule a service appointment with them.
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- Select the Claim Warranty option
- Choose Home Warranty to continue
- Enter the required information about your warranty provider and plan
- Click on Submit to finish
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- Provide details about your initial warranty claim and AHS
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