Utility Service Partners Welcomes 36 New Partnerships Across North America

by | Nov 17, 2015 | Alabama, By State, California, Georgia, HomeServe in the News, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Water Illinois, Water Solutions, West Virginia, Wyoming

Published November 17th 2015

The NLC Service Line Warranty Program by HomeServe (formerly known as Utility Service Partners, Inc. (USP)) welcomes 36 new partners this fall – including several cities in Arizona, Iowa, Texas and Canada! These cities join more than 239 municipalities across North America offering the National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program and the Service Line Warranties of Canada program to homeowners.

New Partners

Arizona – City of Globe, Town of Fredonia, Green Valley Council, and City of Kingman
California – City of Duarte
Georgia – City of Palmetto
Iowa – City of Atlantic, City of Cherokee, City of Manly, and City of Rock Valley
Indiana – City of Portage
Illinois – Village of Diamond, City of East St. Louis, and Village of Minooka
Kentucky – City of Alexandria and City of Elsmere
Michigan – City of Center Line
Minnesota – City of Pelican Rapids, City of Perham, and City of St. Michael
Missouri – City of Lawson
New Jersey – Borough of Cliffside Park
Oregon – City of Hermiston
Pennsylvania – Borough of Ridley Park
Texas – City of Arlington and City of San Angelo
Utah – City of Orem
West Virginia – City of Vienna
Wyoming – City of Lander
Ontario, Canada – Township of Assiginack, Town of Atikokan, Municipality of Bayham, Township of Dubreuilville, Township of McGarry, Municipality of Meaford, and Municipality of Wawa

“Our program has enabled communities to bring attention to a national effort to address aging infrastructure while also providing homeowners an affordable repair solution – all at no cost to the city,” said Philip E. Riley, Jr. President and Chief Executive Officer of USP. “It’s a common misconception that water and sewer lines will last forever, but that’s simply not the case, especially with the recent trend of extreme weather.”

The National League of Cities Service Line Warranty Program is a voluntary program available only through direct partnership with cities and municipalities. Warranty protection is offered to homeowners at an affordable price for water and sewer line failures due to normal wear and tear. For more information on how to bring this program to your community, visit www.homeserveusa.com, call 866-974-4801 or email partnerships@homeserveusa.com.

About the NLC Service Line Warranty Program – Aquired by HomeServe USA from Utility Service Partners, Inc. , NLC SLWP strives to be the leading provider of solutions to North American municipal and utility clients by delivering quality programs that bring value to both the client and their residents. Operating under the consumer brands Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) and Service Line Warranties of Canada (SLWC), USP, SLWA, and SLWC are committed to addressing aging infrastructure across the nation through public-private partnerships.

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