A Fidelity National Home Warranty (FNHW) provides both the homebuyer
and seller with "peace of mind" when it comes to repairs and/or
replacement of a home's major systems and appliances. At FNHW we pride
ourselves on superior customer service, including quick response time
and efficient solutions for homeowners' problems and needs. The home
owner only makes one call and pays only one small service fee when
a problem or repair need arises.
Why Fidelity National Home Warranty?
- Over 25 years of industry experience
- Dedicated local sales staff
and local service providers
- Financial strength and backing of our parent
company, Fidelity National Financial, Inc.
- Service representatives who are trained to help solve
your problems over the phone, if possible
- Service work that is guaranteed – without
an additional service fee (30 days labor/90 days parts)
- Continuous and
consistent customer service training
- Proactive monitoring of appointments
and repair status through our automated tracking system - an innovation
in the industry – in order
to resolve any service issues that may arise
- An excellent service
track record that speaks for itself!
History of the Company
Fidelity National Home Warranty began in January 1995 as Alliance Home
Warranty and was acquired by Fidelity National
Financial, Inc. (FNF) on August 14, 1998.
In March of 2000, FNF acquired Chicago Title, which included Chicago
Home Warranty. The two home warranty companies merged in January of 2001
under the Fidelity National Home Warranty license. The management team
offers more than 100 years of home warranty experience. Fidelity National
Home Warranty currently operates in California, Arizona, Nevada, Texas, Colorado, Washington and Oregon, with expansion plans for several other states.
Fidelity National Home Warranty is owned by Fidelity
National Financial, Inc. (FNF). FNF was honored when Fortune Magazine included FNF in its
Fortune 500 List, a first for FNF. FNF was also included in the Forbes
Platinum 400 List of America's 400 best big companies for the second
consecutive year. In addition, the FNF stock was added to the S&P
MidCap 400 Index, moving up from the S&P Small Cap 600.