NEWS FROM THE GREEN VALLEY COUNCIL
Green Valley Homeowners will be receiving information about Service Line Warranties of America, as well as how to enroll, in the mail on or around June 2, 2023. Please be on the lookout for this valuable information. We have attached the SLWA BROCUHURE below. You can also contact the GVC office for more information.
GREEN VALLEY FIRE CORPS (for snake removal and other safety business):
GROUNDS VOLUNTEERS SCHEDULE:
There will be no volunteer grounds work over the summer. Information will
be provided when work begins in the fall. Volunteers are always needed. To
find out more information please contact Mike Royston email@example.com, Larry Coffin firstname.lastname@example.org, or Lee Neuman email@example.com.
UPCOMING SOCIAL EVENTS FOR YOUR CALENDAR:
Social at the pool ramada, Sept. 14th, 4-6 p.m. Mark your calendar.
Hope you will attend.
MORE GREEN VALLEY COUNCIL NEWS
All homeowners in GVC member HOAs (that’s us) can get FREE notary service at their office. All you need to do is call and make an appointment. GVC’s number is 520 648-1936.
GREEN VALLEY COUNCIL NEWS
The Green Valley Council has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer protection to homeowners for the water and sewer service lines that connect to their homes. The coverage is voluntary and available at affordable monthly prices. Founded in 2003, SLWA has partnered with nearly 1,100 leading cities and municipalities in the U.S. to provide repair service plans that offer homeowners peace of mind and convenience.
Many homeowners do not know that damage to the service lines on their property is their responsibility to repair. In the event of a service line repair emergency, the homeowner is responsible for scheduling the repair and covering the associated cost. As Green Valley homes age along with the infrastructure serving them, SLWA repair plans provide homeowners with an optional solution so they can be prepared for this type of unexpected repair.
The SLWA Service Line Warranty Program protects against repairs needed to pipes on homeowners’ property. Repairs to these pipes are not covered by basic homeowners’ insurance. If a customer’s service line needs repair, a simple call to the SLWA 24-hour hotline will dispatch a local, licensed contractor familiar with local code. There are no service fees or deductibles.
“Our service plans not only cover the cost of the repair; they also provide homeowners with reputable, local contractors who will do the best possible job,” said Tom Rusin, Global CEO of SLWA parent HomeServe Membership. “We’re thrilled to be partnering with the Green Valley Council and look forward to the opportunity to provide Green Valley homeowners with the assistance they need when faced with a home repair emergency.”
SLWA has been recognized as the nation’s largest and most trusted source of utility line plans endorsed by the National League of Cities. The company is committed to delivering an excellent customer service experience and maintaining an A+ accredited rating with the Better Business Bureau. For questions about this service, or to enroll, please contact SLWA at 866-922-9006 or visit www.slwofa.com.
Green Valley Homeowners will be receiving information about SLWA, as well as how to enroll, in the mail on September 30, 2202. Please be on the lookout for this valuable information. We have attached the SLWA BROCHURE below. You can also contact the GVC office for more information.