The rugged natural beauty of the state of Colorado has called to adventurers for almost 200 years, from those rushing to gold mines to skiers challenging the world-renown slopes. But it shares one thing with every other state… aging infrastructure that can lead to unforeseen damages to service lines for residents. That’s why so many communities throughout Colorado have turned to HomeServe programs to help their residents in their times of need.
Most homeowners don’t realize they are responsible for the water and sewer lines from the street to their meter, and are shocked to find they must pay to repair damage caused by age, tree roots, and other issues. Planning ahead and having a warranty program in place to cover these costs can make all the difference when an unexpected emergency occurs.
In fact, in Colorado we have:
- 6 Municipal and Water Utility Partners;
- A Partnership with Colorado Rural Water Association;
- Over 16,000 Active Water-Related Protection Plans;
- Saved homeowners in your state over $3.7 million in water-related costs since 2017.
Nationally, we have saved customers over $1.1 billion over the past three years.
HomeServe Cares Foundation
At HomeServe, caring is in the fabric of our corporate culture. Which is why we are committed to putting people at the heart of everything we do, and that includes our corporate social responsibility. We actively support and care for People, Veterans, the Common Good and Communities, both locally and nationwide with the HomeServe Cares Foundation.
Click below to see what some of our customers had to say about HSCF.
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- Water Service Line Leaks Waste Water, Imperil Health (8/10/2020) - Our communities have an aging infrastructure problem, and water line leaks waste trillions of gallons of water each year. Research has shown that water service lines made of materials such […]
- Public-Private Partnerships May Be Solution to Aging Infrastructure (7/10/2020) - Infrastructure is aging, the national deficit is growing and tax revenue has taken a hit from COVID-19. Many communities are wondering where they will find the funds to provide basic […]
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- How Much Is An Aging System Costing Your Water Utility? (9/11/2019) - You may think you’re saving money by delaying capital improvements and approaching repairs on a reactive, instead of proactive, basis. After all, addressing aging infrastructure is a pricey proposition. But […]
- Encourage Water Conservation with These Four Tools (7/2/2019) - Water seems ubiquitous – we turn on the tap, and it’s there. However, less than two percent of water on the planet is freshwater, and only 1 percent is available as drinking […]
- Vulnerable Populations Important for Fair Housing Policy (4/30/2019) - In recognition of Fair Housing Month, Christie Myers, Managing Director of Opportunity Dallas, addresses the importance of fair housing policy and practice to vulnerable populations. “Fair housing practices help people […]
- Veterans Find Healing Through Music (4/16/2019) - At its core, the American Patriot Music Project is about veterans helping other veterans. There is music, but, more importantly, there is companionship and acceptance, a fellowship forged along with guitars and […]
- Honoring Veterans Focus of Contest for Cities (3/6/2019) - In conjunction with the announcement of our new Veteran’s Hiring Initiative at last November’s NLC City Summit in Los Angeles, Utility Service Partners, a HomeServe company, invited cities to submit […]
- Rebuilding Sewage and Water Infrastructure Is Urgently Needed Publicly and Privately (2/12/2019) - That our national sewage and water infrastructure is in dire shape is no surprise to anyone – nearly ten years ago, the New York Times wrote an article warning of the […]
- Fast service! Wonderful technician. Couldn’t be more pleased with service.– Gary & Linda P., Northglenn, CO
- This was not an easy fix. First we had to figure out where was leak was coming from. The workers were diligent and tested to make sure that particular leak was taken care of. – Annette H, Aurora, CO
- When my sewer backed up and I called in the problem, I was helped right away, the repairman came out the same day and fixed the problem. Great response. – Judith M., Colorado Springs, CO
- I called home serve and within a very short time I received a call from a local plumbing company an was able to schedule an appointment in less than three hours. When the plumber arrived he quickly diagnosed the problem confirmed coverage with Home serve and went to work. The work was done quickly and professionally. Overall a good experience. – Ronald B., Loveland, CO