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About SLWA Insurance Services

SLWA Insurance Services (SLWA) offers protection plans that can help protect you from the expense and inconvenience of home repairs. If you experience a covered breakdown, these plans can help save a significant amount of money, eliminate the inconvenience of finding a qualified contractor and ensure the job is professionally completed. While SLWA is not a licensed contractor, the repairs will be conducted by our network of trusted, licensed and reliable local contractors.


Program features include:

  • No deductible
  • Network of local, trusted and professional technicians
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Let Exterior Water Service Line Coverage help protect you from expensive repairs to the line that brings water to your home.

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This Plan Includes

  • Unlimited annual benefit amount
  • Unlimited service calls ($8,500 per call)
  • 30-Day Review Period with a Money Back Guarantee
  • One-year guarantee on all covered repairs
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Your home’s sewer/septic line can clog or break due to invasive tree roots or shifting soil. Help keep what’s underground covered with a home service plan.

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This Plan Includes

  • Unlimited annual benefit amount
  • Unlimited service calls ($8,500 per call)
  • 30-Day Review Period with a Money Back Guarantee
  • One-year guarantee on all covered repairs
See eligibility requirements, exclusions, and other terms

Frequently asked questions

SLWA Insurance Services (“SLWA”), California License #0L71169, with corporate offices located at 4000 Town Center Boulevard, Suite 400, Canonsburg, PA 15317, is an independent company separate from your local utility or community, and offers and administers this optional home protection plan as an authorized representative of Virginia Surety Company, Inc., 175 West Jackson Blvd., 8th Floor, Chicago, IL 60604, the home protection plan issuer. Your choice of whether to purchase this plan will not affect any service you have with your local utility or community.

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