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Did You Know? It’s Employee Appreciation Day!

America's Preferred Home Warranty, Employee Testimonials

The first Friday of March has served as Employee Appreciation Day since 1995, a nationally recognized day for bosses everywhere to show their staff just how much they are appreciated. But why stick with only one day a year? America’s Preferred Home Warranty (APHW) employees receive this message far more often—and it shows.


“It’s such a wonderful feeling working for a company that treats you like a member of the family. There is true caring and concern for you as a person with APHW, and I can honestly see myself being here until I retire.” Michelle, Customer Service

“This is the best job I have had in 20 years! The training and support are like no other, and I love the people I work with!” Renato, Field Sales

“APHW has a corporate culture that is caring, compassionate, and genuinely wants to see its employees succeed and grow.” Elaine, Consumer Sales

“I was only looking for a job when I applied to work here. Now, I'm focusing on building my career with APHW.” LaShonda, Customer Care

“The company has a beautiful culture. It is loving, inclusive, gracious, humble & tolerant. The example of that culture started with the owner and is now carried out by our amazing employees in their dedication, and the way they treat each other and all of our customers every day.” Phil, Legal

“I honestly feel honored to work for a company that fully embraces their employees and recognizes their dedication and hard work.” Amy, Human Resources


Working at APHW feels great because the owner and leadership care about every individual, and you can see it as soon as you walk in the door. They don’t just feel appreciative, they show it—and it makes a difference every single day.

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