National League of Cities Teams with Utility Service Partners

by | Nov 10, 2010 | HomeServe in the News, Water Solutions

National League of Cities Teams with Utility Service Partners Will Offer Utility Service Line Warranties to City Residents Across the Nation

Canonsburg, PA – Utility Service Partners, Inc. (“USP”) and the National League of Cities (“NLC”) announce the creation of the NLC Service Line Warranty Program to assist cities in providing their residents with protection against the high cost of broken or leaking utility lines. The NLC Service Line Warranty Program will provide affordable utility service line warranties to homeowners covering expensive repairs to external water and sewer lines on homeowners’ property. The program offers 24 hour/7 day a week utility service line protection.

“We believe that the NLC Service Line Warranty Program provides a unique service to cities and their residents, combining an efficient solution for homeowners while providing a source of additional income for cities. USP has a strong, proven track record of customer satisfaction and we are delighted to be working with them,” added Donald J. Borut, Executive Director of the National League of Cities.

The NLC program, which will be offered to cities in the 48 contiguous states, will be rolled out over an 18-month period in six-month intervals.

“We are delighted to be working with the National League of Cities, which builds on the track record USP has developed of successfully managing warranty programs for cities and utilities. We look forward to partnering with cities across the United States” said Phil Riley, the President and CEO of USP.

Cities interested in participating in the NLC Service Line Warranty Program should contact Brad Carmichael, Vice President of Business Development at Utility Service Partners,
partnerships@homeserveusa.com or (866) 974-4801. Further information is available at www.homeserveusa.com/nlc and www.nlc.org/enterpriseprograms.

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