NLC Service Line Warranty Program and Orem, Utah, Celebrate Service Milestone

What a week it’s been – and it’s only Wednesday! This week, I had the pleasure of joining my colleague Steve Bieranowski in the City of Orem, Utah to meet […]

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Oklahoma Man Receives Furnace Repair

After Five Winters Without Heat, Oklahoma Man Receives Furnace Repair Larry H. of Dewey, Oklahoma, had spent five years without a working furnace. "It just quit, and I couldn't figure [...]

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HomeServe Lends a Helping Hand to Homeowners in Need

During the holidays, many of us are looking for ways to lend a helping hand to our friends and neighbors, and HomeServe is no exception – and we take that […]

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Louisville Water Foundation Supports Clean, Safe Water Globally

In 2013, Louisville Water Company founded the Louisville Water Foundation to consolidate ongoing charitable and philanthropic efforts under one banner to pursue their mission of ensuring that everyone has access […]

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When Sewer Line Repair Arises, Homeowner Relies on HomeServe

When Jack C. of Amityville, N.Y., purchased his home three years ago, he knew that there could be issues – the home, for all its charms, was 70 years old. [...]

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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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HomeServe Cares Foundation – Lower Lights Ministry

The HomeServe Cares Foundation helped Columbus, Ohio's Lower Lights Ministries repair their sewer line to ensure the house remained habitable for the women who rely on the home and the [...]

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Highland Cemetery Gets Hydrant Through HomeServe Cares Foundation

Highland Cemetery has been a landmark in Prairie Village, Kansas, since before the Civil War, when two local families, the Nalls and the Whites, established a family cemetery where the […]

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Economic Shock Can Threaten Vulnerable Residents

Economic shock is a bigger threat than you or residents you serve may realize. Economic shock, or a large and unexpected expense, impacts roughly 60 percent of American households each […]

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