Water Equity: Two Million Americans Lack Access to Water

Climate change and COVID-19 have been a one-two punch to water infrastructure, especially in those areas were the population is especially vulnerable, including low-income, rural and majority minority communities, many […]

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Water Infrastructure: Webinar Focuses on California’s Aging Systems

Don’t miss our latest webinar, focusing on the aging infrastructure challenges facing California residents and utilities, “California’s Aging Infrastructure: Are Your Homeowners Prepared to Handle the Unexpected Worry and Cost […]

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When Buying a New Home, Examine the Plumbing

Nearly a quarter of Millennials and Zennials have expressed dissatisfaction with their current home after working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the HomeServe Biannual State of the […]

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Preventing Pipes from Freezing: DIY Tips

With fall and colder weather comes the possibility of burst and frozen pipes. Now is the time to encourage your residents to winterize their home plumbing system and preventing pipes […]

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Water or Sewer Line Replacement or Repair Can Be a Hidden Cost

More than 40 percent of your community’s residents don’t know they’re responsible for their water and sewer service lines and will turn to municipal or utility representatives when there is […]

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Water Service Line Leaks Waste Water, Imperil Health

Our communities have an aging infrastructure problem, and water line leaks waste trillions of gallons of water each year. Research has shown that water service lines made of materials such […]

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Public-Private Partnerships May Be Solution to Aging Infrastructure

Infrastructure is aging, the national deficit is growing and tax revenue has taken a hit from COVID-19. Many communities are wondering where they will find the funds to provide basic […]

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Broken Sewer Line Repair a Relief to Homeowner

Linda J. of Baton Rouge learned the hard way that all home warranties are not created equal when she needed a sewer repair. She thought she was covered in the […]

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Cut Costs? Cities Lose Revenue to COVID-19

One of the furthest reaching impacts of COVID-19 – one many of your residents will likely not see until it’s playing out in its entirety – is how reduced tax [...]

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Water Supply Safety in Focus During Safety Month

During National Safety Month, you’re focusing on ways to be safe both at home and at work. Since we’re all preoccupied with improving our personal hygiene to fight the global […]

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