Homeowners with Home Warranty of America warranties should contact the company via phone, mail or email if they are interested in canceling their warranty, notes HWAHomeWarranty.com. It is also a good idea to review the warranty contract to see if there are any specific instructions for canceling. The homeowner may also face certain fees for dropping the warranty early.
The home warranty is separate from homeowner's insurance. A warranty will usually cover the cost of repairing or replacing certain systems, such as the plumbing, and appliances such as dishwashers, states ConsumersAdvocate.org. Canceling a warranty usually involves contacting the coverage provider, as explained in the steps below.
- Review the contract
- Contact HWA
- Wait for the check
Look through the contract for Home Warranty of America. Check for potential cancellation fees and any particular contact information to use when contacting the company.
Call or mail HWA about cancelling the home warranty. If there is no contact information in the warranty, try calling (888) HWA-RELY and pressing Option 1 on the phone. As of 2015, homeowners may mail the company at Home Warranty of America P.O. Box 850, Lincolnshire, IL 60069-0850.
Wait for a refund of the warranty money after deductions are taken out for fees and partial use if necessary. It may come in the mail or be deposited to the homeowner's bank account.