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Partnering Across the USA

We are privileged to partner with municipalities across America to educate residents on their service line responsibilities while offering affordable coverage for home emergency repairs.

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What Do We Do?

The NLC Service Line Warranty Program covers the portion of the outside water and waste lines that are the responsibility of the homeowner. While the homeowner is responsible for their in-home water and waste lines, they are also responsible for the portions of the line that is buried outside of the home to the point of the utility connection.

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National Partnerships

We’ve been an NLC partner since 2010, giving peace-of-mind to cities, local officials, and residents who face the issue of failing infrastructure. Click the video above to hear from the folks who are working with your communities, or below to read more about the partnership in a statement by Clarence Anthony, Executive Director of the National League of Cities, click below.

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How the Program Works

Currently partnered with more than 1,000 municipalities, utilities and associations across North America, the NLC Service Line Warranty Program has helped more than 100,000 homeowners save over million in service line repair costs.

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Latest Blog Posts

Optimizing the Benefits of Public Lead Remediation Funding for Your City

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $15 billion for lead pipe replacements, $3 billion of which will be distributed to states, Tribes, and Territories in 2022, with a priority on underserved [...]

Water Infrastructure: Cities Shouldering Most of the Cost

Water utilities are struggling with water loss, aging water infrastructure and rising maintenance costs across the country. Bill Eller, Senior Vice President of Business Development at HomeServe, recently interviewed Carolyn […]

Plan Saves Homeowner Thousands in Repair Costs

When Eugene S. of North Little Rock, Arkansas, got a letter from the city in 2019, he didn’t immediately expect anything out of the ordinary. That is until he opened […]