American Water Resources also provides its Protection Programs to homeowners through municipal partnerships with the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, Orlando Utilities Commission, Nashville Metro Water Services and others.
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Broken water service lines, as well as cracks or leaks to in-home plumbing can potentially cost homeowners thousands of dollars in unexpected repair expenses.
C., and currently services more than 1.8 million contracts.
J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The onset of winter compels homeowners to protect their homes from freezing weather.
While insulating one’s home can keep out cold air, water and sewer lines are exposed to the freezing/thawing temperature swings that put stress on pipes, which could lead to leaks or breaks.
Homeowners can gain peace of mind in the event of broken pipes, by considering protection programs for in-home plumbing and external water service lines available from American Water Resources (AWR).“It’s important that homeowners take time to weather-proof their home against the cold to protect indoor plumbing against the threat of breaks,” said Eric Palm, president of Homeowner Services at American Water Resources.
“Another layer of security is offered through our protection programs that cover emergency repairs for leaks or breaks to the water service line and indoor plumbing.