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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The Worst Call: How Our Service Line Warranty Can Help

“I had a call … ” Those words can make you cringe, because rarely does a resident reach out to tell you what a great job you’re doing – it’s […]

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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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Foundation Assists Homeless Veterans Organization

Shane D’Onofrio made helping homeless veterans his life’s work. Shane had special empathy for struggling veterans, since he had served himself and suffered an injury that caused mobility issues. He […]

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Economic Shock is Hidden Threat to One-Third of Americans

Economic shock, a large, unexpected expense such as a home system repair or sudden loss of income, is a hidden threat to your community. You may be surprised at how […]

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Sewer Line Failure Causes Financial Shock

Andrew had a sewer line failure and water was spreading across his living room. Despite his best efforts, he was losing ground. “We had a shop-vac in there, trying to […]

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Partnership Provides Grant Funding

The Jackson Municipal Utility Authority has turned a program that educates residents about their service line responsibilities and provides repair assistance into a grant funding resource that benefits the entire […]

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Sewer Line Presents Problem to Homeowner

Melba B. had standing water in her yard. The Texarkana resident lived in the home her mother had built more than 50 years prior. The water in her yard caused […]

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Reoccurring Sewer Line Problem Plagues Jackson Woman

Theresa Alexander had a sewer line problem that was not going away: sewage spilling from an open pipe into her yard.  Theresa had lived in her tight-knit Jackson, Mississippi, neighborhood […]

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