- Provides three plans with optional add-ons
- Charges $36–$42 per month with free cancellation offered in the first 30 days
- Offers free roof leak coverage and optional septic system coverage
Allied Home Warranty was a Texas-based home warranty company that was sold to OneGuard Texas, LLC, in August 2018. Keep reading to learn why Allied went out of business, what it means for their former customers, and which top-rated home warranty alternatives we recommend.
There are a variety of reasons why Allied Home Warranty went out of business and was acquired by OneGuard, but perhaps one of the biggest reasons is that Allied had numerous customer complaints against them. Many customer complaints revolved around unexpected fees, low contractor availability, tricky contract terms, claim denials, and payment delays.
Despite having an A+ rating on the Better Business Bureau (BBB), Allied Warranty had 53 customer complaints in the last three years they were in business.
Allied Home Wararnty’s homepage and call center are no longer in service, and all questions and repair requests should be directed to OneGuard. Customers with contract terms remaining under Allied Home Warranty will be contacted by a OneGuard representative prior to the end of their contract about how to move their policy under OneGuard.
Note: Allied Home Warranty customers in Houston, TX, will keep their coverage and contract terms under OneGuard Texas through the full term of their plan.
Whether you were an Allied customer or are just in the market for a new home warranty plan, there are a few factors to consider when purchasing a home warranty policy.
Since Allied is no longer in business, here are some of the best home warranty alternatives.
Though Allied Home Warranty is no longer in business, there are plenty of home warranty alternatives that provide comprehensive coverage at affordable rates to customers. Because plan pricing will vary based on where you live, the type of plan you select, and the square footage of your home, we recommend getting quotes from all three home warranty companies in this article.
House Method recommends other home warranties besides this one. Check out some of our other expert reviews on our top-rated providers to get all the information you need. Remember, each of these companies gives a free quote.
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