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Is service line coverage worth it?
This affordable home insurance add-on can save you thousands of dollars in clean-up costs from ruptured pipes.
Coming home to ruptured pipes and water or waste in your yard is not a pleasant experience, especially when you find out the high repair costs. Broken service lines can cost thousands of dollars to fix, not to mention the cost to restore your landscape. Adding service line coverage to your home insurance policy can provide coverage for this scenario.
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