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High Consumption and Leading Causes of Water Loss

High Consumption and Leading Causes of Water Loss

Residents are changing their approaches to water conservation, especially as climate change leads to irregular weather patterns. High consumption and water leaks can come through everyday tasks, such as gardening and watering the lawn, but the gallons that can be lost...

Leak Protection Solutions for Utilities and Their Customers

Leak Protection Solutions for Utilities and Their Customers

For utility customers, a high water bill can result in a long payment plan and a feeling of dissatisfaction with the water utility. ServLine protects the customer from the expense and delivers a seamless and positive claims experience, which increases utility customer...

The Hidden Cost of Water Leaks Explained

The Hidden Cost of Water Leaks Explained

The ServLine Leak Protection Program helps protect the water provider and customers from the unexpected cost of a service line leak, including recapturing lost revenue and bad debt. In addition, the effort involved in leak adjustment administration is taken on by the...

Water Resiliency: Is It ‘Tomorrow’s Crisis’?

Water Resiliency: Is It ‘Tomorrow’s Crisis’?

Water utilities, harried by aging infrastructure and a historic lack of federal infrastructure investment, may see climate change – and the needed infrastructure hardening for water resiliency – as “tomorrow’s crisis,” or something that can be addressed once what to...

Water Infrastructure: Cities Shouldering Most of the Cost

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 Berndt, National League of Cities...

ServLine Louisiana RWA Webinar 2021

ServLine Louisiana RWA Webinar 2021

The Water/Wastewater industry addressed many issues over the next 20 years: environmental, growing population, rural vs. urban, agriculture, water shortages, financial constraints, etc. One problem that impacts all aspects of the industry is aging infrastructure....

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How Much Are Water Leaks Costing You and Your Customers?

Aside from wasting a tremendous amount of water, leaking water and sewer lines can result in unexpected high water bills and repair emergencies for which your customers are unprepared. Leaks are also costly to the utility, leading to lost revenue, bad debt and...

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