2016 saw tremendous and exciting activity for the NLC Service Line Warranty Program! We welcomed 71 new city partners in the U.S., bringing our total to over 400 across North America. We now serve nearly 11 million municipal households, and performed a repair or replacement every 76 seconds nationwide last year.

The NLC Service Line Warranty Program is pleased to serve cities of all sizes, from Phoenix, AZ, a partner since 2012 with more than half a million households to Vergas, Minnesota, one of our newest partners, with 152 households.

Did you know?

A survey of customers of the NLC Service Line Warranty Program said they feel better prepared for a water or sewer line emergency:

  • More than 70% said they could not afford a water or sewer line repair without the program
  • More than 90% said they have trust in the program because of the partnership with their city

City leaders agree:

Steven Wright, Chief Information Officer, City of Mesa, Arizona: We have worked with SLWA for three years and have found the company to be responsive and focused on providing quality services to our residents.

Read more city and resident testimonials and see who else is participating.

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