Hi, I don't know if this is the right place to post this but this forum always has good information and ideas.
This is as good a place as any so let's keep it here. I am a retired property claims adjuster and might be able to provide helpful comments.
We have a home warranty on a house in North Carolina and the air condition has gone out. We own the house there however we are living in Texas. Anyway the warranty company is deny the claim saying it is an act of God,
"Act of God" is a meaningless phrase (apologies to God). Lightning is an act of God yet many insurance policies cover damage from lightning. Wind is an act of God yet many insurance policies cover damage from wind.
Start by taking out your warranty policy and READING. Read it several times if you have to and make notes about what is covered and what is excluded.
Note that you can attach documents to your post. If you'd like me to take a look at the policy, scan it as a .pdf and post it with your next reply.
Then insist that the claim rep put his declination in writing with specific reasons and references to the policy provisions.
the guy who inspected it said it was dirt in the compressor,
Then you need to get an AC tech who knows what he's talking about. The AC compressor is a sealed unit. Did he actually say how the dirt got INTO the compressor and how the dirt resulted in the damage? Did he OPEN the compressor? Did he take pictures of the dirt? You are going to need a lot more comprehensive written and well-documented evaluation of the condition and damage of the AC or you will get nowhere with this claim.
I haven't talked to anyone yet this is from my wife who has talked to the guy who inspected the unit.
With all due respect to your wife I suggest you call the AC guy and get the specifics in writing.
I'm going to call the warranty soon and am looking for advice on how to handle this.
You can start by following my suggestions then coming back to this thread and report the results.