Corporate Social Responsibility

Spreading hope and supporting communities, one home at a time.

HomeServe Making a Difference

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.

Learn more about our newly launched HomeServe Cares Foundation here.

The National League of Cities (NLC) Service Line Warranty Program is committed to freeing homeowners from the worry and inconvenience of home emergency repairs by putting your residents at the heart of everything we do.

A core component of our culture is to give back to the communities we serve.

We serve homeowners through these important benefits:

Education for Homeowners
This program educates homeowners on their service line responsibilities to help better prepare the homeowner in the event of a service line emergency. A basic homeowners policy typically does not cover damages to the water line or the sewer line on the homeowner’s property1.

Affordable Coverage
A service line repair can be very costly, ranging from hundreds to upwards of $2,5002. This can be hard on a homeowner’s budget, and most Americans don’t have 0 in emergency savings3. This program offers homeowners optional, affordable coverage to keep homeowners’ service lines up and running in the event of an emergency.

Utilization of Local Area Contractors
This program utilizes only licensed, local contractors to ensure repairs are made to local code, while also keeping dollars in the local economy. Our network of top-rated contractors undergo a rigorous vetting process to ensure they represent the NLC Service Line Warranty Program’s values, which include community, service and reliability.

1 What Isn’t Covered by Your Homeowner’s Insurance?, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF INSURANCE COMMISSIONERS (NAIC)
2 National average repair costs as of January 2016.
3 Cornfield, Jill. Bankrate Survey: Just 4 in 10 Americans Have Savings They’d Rely on in an Emergency. 12 Jan. 2017,