SLWA’s Favorite Blogs

Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) loves sharing homeowner tips and news with you – our customers. As we close out 2015, here’s a recap of some our favorite and most popular blog articles this year.

Water can be very destructive. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, a broken water main created a 30-foot geyser that destroyed a gas station in minutes.

Frozen pipes happen! Do you know what to do? Here are a few tips to avoid a frozen disaster.

SLWA advisor Jim Hunt weighs in on one of the most frequently asked questions – why does SLWA only partner with cities? One word – TRUST!

Earth Day is observed every April, but do you really know what it’s about or how to celebrate?

Do you need a permit for that? Some home improvement projects require City approval before you begin. Check the list before you plan your next project.

Don’t pollute your drinking water! We shared simple tips for keeping your water resources contaminant-free!

Put your landscape on a water diet and help conserve water. Here are a few tips to help.

When Los Angeles flooded their reservoir with tiny balls, the mesmerizing video took the internet by storm. The city hopes the $34 million investment will help conserve their water.

SLWA was proud to receive the 2015 West Virginia Municipal League Conservation Award at their annual conference. The award signifies SLWA’s commitment to water conservation and the environment throughout the state of West Virginia, but really throughout the nation.

We love to hear from happy customers when our team really helped out. The O’Briens were one family out of the many customers who received service in 2015 and were pleased with their experience.

We asked and you answered! See what our customers are saying around the nation about SLWA!

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