Frozen Water Lines in Texas Cause Jump in Plumbing Work

As the energy crisis in Texas and parts of the South subsided, residents weren’t given time to take a deep breath, because rising temperatures revealed a new problem – frozen […]

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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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Millennial Homeowners Surprised by Maintenance Costs

Millennial homeowners make up 40 percent of new home buyers, moving into the market at a later age than prior generations. However, homeownership has been more stressful, expensive and disappointing […]

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Services Can Help Older Adults with Aging in Place

The COVID-19 pandemic, unfortunately, is influencing our lives in many ways and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future – including how older residents in your community approach […]

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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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Economic Shock Impacts Industry with Unpaid Utility Bills

The pandemic has put many Americans into economic shock – the sudden and unexpected loss of income – and millions are struggling with unpaid utility bills because of it. At [...]

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Water Line Repair Brings Relief to Homeowner

Shirley C., her child and her grandchild lived together in her Georgia home, but the homeowner was dealing with a host of home repair issues she couldn’t afford to fix. [...]

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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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