Since 2009, RecallChek.com has provided recall list services to home inspectors and real estate professionals and has now partnered with HomeRecallList.com to provide the same professional recall list services direct to consumers.
Consumers can now visit homerecalllist.com to sign up and receive a personalized recall list report of their home appliances and recall E: alerts if their home appliances are ever added to the Consumer Product Safety Commission's database.
“On average, one in ten homes has a recalled home appliance that is a known fire hazard,” stated John Miller, president of HomeRecallList.com. “Manufacturers are responsible to fix defective appliances that have been placed in the Consumer Product Safety Commission's database. The problem is that most consumers don’t know if their home appliances have dangerous defects or not. HomeRecallList.com does the research for the consumer and provides them with a personalized, detailed report and E: alerts.”
For a one-time fee of $24.95, RecallChek.com scours the massive Consumer Product Safety Commission's database of over 205 million national recalls and compiles an easy-to-read, comprehensive report that informs consumers if their home appliances (such as refrigerators, ovens, stoves, washers, dryers, furnaces, air conditioners and much more) have been recalled, and the steps needed to get the appliances fixed for free.
Also included is a lifetime of E: alerts if the consumer’s home appliances ever show up in the Consumer Product Safety Commission's database.
HomeRecallList.com provides personalized home appliance recall list reports and E: alerts direct to consumers for one low price.
RecallChek.com is the first recall service in the United States provided to home inspectors and real estate professionals, and has compiled over 205 million recalls from public records, to create a fail-safe system to check for dangerous flaws with home appliances.