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American Home Shield Corporate Office Contact Details

American Home Shield Details
American Home Shield Corporate Office Adddress 860 Ridge Lake Blvd
Memphis, TN
38120
County Mississippi
Phone Number (888) 682-1043
Website https://www.ahs.com/
Fax (870) 563-1020
Contact Person Steve Brothers
Role in Company Partner
Revenue $427,500,000
Total Employees 1,250
SIC Code 5112
Find them in Twitter @AmericanExpress

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  1. Debra Sinagra

    An update: I contacted the “Upgrade” Department. She was very professional. I was informed that she would contact the vendor’s contact relations coordinator and confirm how long it would take for the H/VAC company they sent to me to become qualified to offer the “Upgrade” for our AC system. She just called me back and said, “Unfortunately, I do not have good news. There is no vendor in my area that is on their list and she could not tell me how long it would take after speaking to Mr. Allen – Contact Relations Coordinator, to have Wilson Heating and Air be able to offer us the upgrade. It makes no sense to me when it costs AHS NOTHING but time and maybe paperwork to offer savings on new systems/parts to their customers. It benefits all concerned. Contractors get savings on equipment and parts cheaper, customers benefit by saving money and AHS benefits by having happy customers who then go on to recommend AHS. Everyone benefits. Why AHS will not use their buying power. None of this makes any sense. AHS remember BAD word of mouth is worse then NO word of mouth.

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  2. Debra Sinagra

    I was recommended to AHS by a friend. I have been pleased until my central A/C went out. After numerous companies coming out and putting Stop Leak and freon in the system multiple times, last time being almost $1200, the evaporator coil went out. AHS does not replace this part but refuses to use their buying power to pass that savings onto the customer. I have seen other reviews of people being given a run around by this company. It is very disheartening when speaking with AHS customer relations people, who have all been very nice, but whose hands are tied to pass savings onto their customers. At this time, I am waiting on the contractor that AHS sent out to me to apply to an upgrade program to be able to get the purchased parts through AHS and then pass that savings onto me. The contractor said AHS is threatening to close the service call and that I have to decide whether or not we are going to go without getting the discount. Please explain to me when AHS can pass savings onto the contractor and the customer that they refuse to do just that. As I am writing this review I am on hold with AHS and the customer service representative was told to tell me that I was misinformed by 2 representatives, one who has been with the company for over 6 yrs, that their is no upgrade program! Imagine that. Even if their is no upgrade program why will AHS not use their buying power to assist customers in saving money? It costs them NOTHING but time. It will not cost them money as the customer inevitably pays for any parts. Now as I was put on hold for the 3rd time after asking to speak with a supervisor that there IS an upgrade program and she was willing to give me that #. When I asked her what I could expect from that dept. she did not know. Go figure. Will update after I call the upgrade dept.

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