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American Water Resources Offers Service Line and Plumbing Protection to AMAC Members

American Water Resources service line plumbing protectionSponsored by – American Water Resources

If you own a home, you may be responsible for repairing the water and sewer lines that service your home, as well as your home’s interior plumbing system. Many homeowners may be surprised by, and unprepared for, the unexpected cost of repairs if a problem arises with their home’s water line, sewer line, or interior plumbing lines.

The Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) has selected American Water Resources (AWR) to provide the optional Water Line and Sewer Line Protection Program, and the optional In-Home Plumbing Emergency Program, to its members. For a low monthly fee, AWR will protect homeowners like you from unexpected service line and plumbing repair costs.

What You Should Know

If you’re wondering why you should be concerned, consider this: Water and sewer service line problems are typically not covered by standard homeowners insurance policies and can be complicated and expensive to fix. This means that you could be left having to pay a bill costing thousands of dollars.

Aging pipes, invasive tree roots, and even seasonal changes could cause a leak or break to your home’s water service line, or a clog or blockage to your home’s sewer service line. Similarly, interior water supply lines can leak or break, as can water shut-off valves — even a hidden-but-necessary item like a washing machine valve can suddenly stop working properly. Clogged drain lines at sinks or toilets can also be a problem.

These types of problems can be caused by normal wear and tear, and they can happen at any time. Without protection, you could be left having to pay for an expensive repair.

Affordable Protection and Peace of Mind

Fortunately, there is a simple solution. By enrolling in American Water Resources’ optional protection programs — the Water Line and Sewer Line Protection Program, and the In-Home Plumbing Emergency Program — you could be saved from the hassle and expense of covered repairs.

If you’re enrolled with American Water Resources protection and you experience a problem, just call AWR. AWR’s Customer Care line offers 24-hour support, 7 days a week. If your problem is covered, AWR will send a licensed, insured plumber from their approved contractor network to your home to fix the issue — and get your life flowing normally once again. (A $50 service fee applies when a contractor is dispatched to your home for sewer line and/or in-home plumbing claims.)

You can enroll in these programs with confidence. The company provides service line and plumbing protection programs to homeowners in 43 states and Washington D.C., and has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. American Water Resources has a one-year warranty on all covered repairs to ensure the quality of the work. Even better, AWR offers AMAC member pricing for these programs.

How to Learn More and Enroll

To learn more about the Water Line and Sewer Line Protection Program, and the In-Home Plumbing Emergency Program, offered to AMAC members by American Water Resources, and to find out if you are eligible for coverage, call American Water Resources toll-free at 1-855-390-4570 or go online to getstarted.awrusa.com/AMAC.

Exclusions, limitations and eligibility requirements apply. Terms and Conditions available at AWRUSA.com/terms. Programs only available in select states. AWR does business in Florida as American Water Resources of Florida, and in Texas as American Water Resources of Texas.

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6 months ago

What are the programs limits for Sewer and water line?

Graydon Harrison
8 months ago

I have been trying to find the enrollment form on line, but have not been successful.

1 year ago

How much per Month?

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