Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) FAQ Now Available

In late September, the City of Kenmore announced a partnership with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer the National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program to homeowners. The NLC Service Line Warranty Program offers voluntary warranty protection at an affordable price for sewer lines in the event of a failure. Technical difficulties in early November delayed the release of this program that is now available online at

The NLC Service Line Warranty Program offers protection against normal wear and tear, which is not covered under most traditional homeowners policies. If lines break, leak or clog – SLWA will repair the line using local, licensed contractors who are familiar with local code and can ensure a timely response. This program provides up to $4,000 in coverage with an additional allowance for public street or sidewalk cutting. Additionally, the program has no annual or lifetime limits, service fees or deductibles – just protection when you need it most and just what you would expect from a National League of Cities program.

Informational mailers were sent to residents in late November. Please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions file for more information. For questions about this service, or to enroll, please contact Service Line Warranties of America at 866-922-9006 or visit

To read the news release announcing the program, visit

About Service Line Warranties of America

Headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, SLWA is a leading independent provider of service line warranties in North America. SLWA is accredited through the Better Business Bureau with an A+ rating and zero unresolved complaints. SLWA is the brand used by the Utility Service Partners, Inc. family of companies and endorsed by the National League of Cities.

About the National League of Cities

The National League of Cities is a national organization dedicated to helping city leaders build better communities, and serves as a resource and advocate for 19,000 cities, towns and villages, representing more than 218 million Americans.


Last updated: Fri, 12/01/2017 - 12:09pm