Everything You Need to Know About Service Lines
If you don’t know what service lines are, you’re not alone. Simply put, service lines connect your home to electricity, gas, water, sewer, internet, and cable lines. They run through or underneath your property and connect from your house to a city’s main supply for these services. This also includes pipes that run from a well, spring, or septic tank into your home.
Service lines include:
- Power lines
- Natural gas lines
- Phone and cable lines
- Water lines
- Waste disposal and sewer piping
- Fiber optics
- Internet lines
- Drainage pipes
- Private wells and septic systems
The last thing you want to worry about is a burst water main or damage to your gas or electricity lines. While the city is generally responsible for the main lines, homeowners are often responsible if a line break happens on their property.
You might assume that basic homeowners insurance covers damage and repairs to service lines. In fact, that is not the case. Sometimes, the homeowner may be responsible for damage to their property and the street. That’s why we offer very affordable Service Line coverage to our members.
Service Line Coverage: Only $50 a Year for 150 Percent of Replacement Costs
As a member of Mutual of Enumclaw, we want to do all we can to give you peace of mind. We make our Service Line coverage available for only $50 a year. For example, if your water or sewer line were to burst, your repairs will be covered at 150 percent of replacement costs. If you have to move out temporarily, that’s covered too.
We’re Here When Accidents Happen
Service lines are literally out of sight and often out of mind. Most homeowners policies don’t cover the repair to the line and the damage to the home and property. That’s why we offer Service Line coverage that’s both affordable and comprehensive. We want you to know that we’re thinking about the unforeseen, so you don’t have to.
Talk to your local independent agent about adding this coverage to your policy or call us directly at (425)212-3505.
Source: Mutual of Enumclaw