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Our Mission

American Home Tech’s mission is to be the leading provider of value-added solutions to our customers; to provide a secure and career-oriented environment for our employees; and to leave a lasting impact on every person we encounter, all with truth, fairness and integrity.

Our Promise

To strive to do our very best, every time; to ensure your best interest is always at the forefront; to stand behind our word and to give you our all – every second, every minute, every day.

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Let us help you get the most

from your insurance policy.

When disaster strikes, American Home Tech is here to help you to start the recovery process now and help you get what you deserve from your insurance provider. We work with all the major insurance carriers to get you back in business swiftly with minimal hassle.

How to Avoid

Financial Disaster

Homeowners

Insurance

To begin the recovery process,

A Consumer Reports survey in 2016 of more than 7,400 subscribers who filed a homeowners insurance claim in the previous three years found that the bigger the losses, the more hassles homeowners encountered throughout the claim process. About 31 percent of claimants with losses of $30,000 or more ran into at least one problem, including disagreements over damages, disputes about coverage, delays, and slow payout, our data found, vs. only 20 percent of filers with claims below that threshold.

 

Justin Rubins, who said he preferred not to name his insurance company, ran into the same trouble. The insurer cited the policy's flood exclusion and denied the claim. But the retired insurance man remembered his harrowing experience in the basement and countered that the water rising from the laundry sink happened first and that it was caused by a sewer backup, for which he had an endorsement.

"I knew there was no way they could prove where the water came from first, and I was down there and saw it come up from the sink originally," Justin said. "I didn't lose my temper. I just laid out the facts." The insurer changed its standard position and sent the Rubins a check for $5,000, the endorsement limit. The company also paid $1,400 for the loss of a quarter of the house's shingles under the wind coverage portion of the policy.

That brought the Rubins' recovery total to $26,300, about one-third of their losses.