SLWC’s Favorite Things

Service Line Warranties of Canada (SLWC) 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.

A broken water line created a frozen home for one family in Detroit, Michigan. A good reminder to shut off your water anytime you leave for an extended trip.

Low water pressure is one of the many signs of a problem with your plumbing. Learn what to do when you notice low pressure.

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

All pipes are not created equal. Do you know what kind of pipes are on your property? Learn how to find out what’s under your home and why the pipe material is important.

What is water worth to you? This essential resource is always in limited supply and necessary for many factors of life. Learn why protecting this resource is critical for every community.

Can you afford a home emergency? Don’t let a water or sewer problem wreck your finances. Educate yourself on the protections and resources available as a homeowner.

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

The City of Hamilton was the first Canadian city to partner with SLWC. Learn how the City is doing thanks to the partnership.

What makes SLWC the best? We stand behind our solid reputation.

Every claim tells a story and we’re happy to share the O’Briens’ story about their experience with the program.

Sometimes there’s a positive experience from a drought – such as unearthing lost treasures. See what things have resurfaced around the world.

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