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If you’ve noticed a puddle on your lawn and your area hasn’t seen much rain lately, this could be an indication of a water service line problem at your home. Many homeowners don’t realize that they are responsible for the length of the water service line that runs from their property line to the house. And, many times, standard homeowners’ insurance policies don’t cover repairs that are needed due to a water service line break or leak.

That’s when the American Water Resources Water Line Protection Program comes in handy. When you’re enrolled in the protection plan, you receive coverage for water service pipes that are broken or leaking because of normal wear and tear, corrosion, or even soil conditions that may cause pipe problems. It goes without saying that these repairs would be quite expensive if you had to pay for them on your own.

But when you’re enrolled in our Water Line Protection Program for a low monthly fee, you will be covered in case of an unexpected leak or break in your home’s vital water service line. This plan also includes basic site restoration including backfilling, raking, and reseeding.

Here’s what a satisfied customer had to say…

Diane F. of Philadelphia, Pa., has been enrolled in our Water Line Protection Program for several years. When she experienced a water service line issue on her property, she picked up the phone, called us, and our friendly team of customer care representatives took care of the rest. We worked with a local service provider in Diane’s area, someone who could go to her home, diagnose the problem, and get it taken care of as quickly as possible before additional damage was done.

“I have been recommending AWR to everyone! This was a great experience,” Diane said.

Want to be like Diane?

Visit us online and enter your ZIP code to see available protection programs and pricing in your area. Have questions or concerns regarding coverage or billing? Feel free to call us any time at 855-800-5195, or you can also chat with a customer service representative by clicking the Live Chat tab on the right side of the page.