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Interior Plumbing and Drainage

A home’s interior plumbing system is a complicated network of pipes, lines, valves and drains that are most often behind the walls or beneath the floor, making problems difficult to detect. Leaks and clogged drains need to be fixed quickly to prevent water damage to the home. Over 140,000 US homeowners have this coverage, which has saved policyholders over $26.6 million in repair costs over the last three years.

 

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Exterior Water Service Line

As a home gets older, so does the exterior water service line that brings fresh water to the house. Leaks and breaks can be caused by corrosion, extreme weather, and settling or shifting of the ground. If this line fails, repair or replacement can be expensive and most basic homeowners insurance doesn’t cover repairs on private property. Over 709,000 US homeowners have this coverage, which has saved policyholders over $29.8 million in repair costs over the last three years.

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Sewer Service Line Protection

The buried sewer/septic line that carries waste away from the home can age, crack or leak due to simple wear and tear, tree roots or shifting ground. This line can also get blocked and cause waste water to back up into the home. Exterior Sewer/Septic Line coverage provides protection from time-consuming and expensive repairs. Over 279,000 US homeowners have this coverage, which has saved policyholders over $25.2 million in repair costs over the last three years.

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Water Heater Repair and Replacement

Hot water heater problems are a major inconvenience that can cause a shortage of hot water for showering or washing and noise and odor due to sediment build-up. Repairs can be time-consuming and costly. Over 304,000 US homeowners have this coverage, which has saved policyholders over $22.8 million in repair costs over the last three years.

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