conserve water

March 9, 2017

Simple Tips to Help You Save Money and Conserve Water

Increased urbanization and periods of drought have put a strain on municipal water supplies nationwide. As a result, more and more groundwater has been pumped from local wells and aquifers, causing concerns about where future water supplies will come as cities grow. That’s why it behooves us all to conserve water at all times, both when rain seems plentiful as well as when drought restrictions apply.   When it comes to water conservation, Georgia gets a B from the Alliance […]
December 29, 2016

Does Your House Need Multiple Water Heaters?

Replacing your storage tank water heater with an on-demand or tankless unit can help you save energy, but before you make the switch, you need to understand key differences between these two water heating methods. First, consider how they work: Tank-style water heaters can keep 40–80 gallons of water hot and ready for use, so you can use the shower, dishwasher, kitchen sink and washing machine all at once. When the tank is depleted, though, it can take an hour […]
November 26, 2015

Outfit Your Home with Water-Efficient Plumbing Fixtures

In a typical household, each family member uses between 80 and 100 gallons of water every day. All that consumption can add up to shockingly high water bills, and it’s a waste of a precious, finite resource. If you’d like to save money on your monthly water bill and help preserve the planet’s most valuable resource, consider updating your home with these water-efficient plumbing fixtures: Low-flow bathroom faucets – You may not realize it, but replacing an inefficient faucet can […]