Category Archives: Water Conservation
It’s a simple act that you do several times a day without even thinking about it, but the way your toilet flushes could be wasting a significant amount of water in your home. A basic toilet uses almost four gallons of water for every flush. While that may not seem like a lot, multiply that by the number of times you use your toilet in a day. Then consider the other people living in your house. It adds up! With newer options like high-efficiency and dual-flush toilets, you can easily become a household that saves water with every flush. Standard high-efficiency toilets use less than …
Join us for this free event and learn how to save water and money through Rain Harvesting! We will have live demonstrations by Factory Pro’s illustrating set up and functionality of the Tank and First Flush Diverter. Come on down and check it out!
Everyone likes to keep the outside of their homes tidy and clean. Your neighbors may appreciate the effort, but your water bill may not. Saving water is easy when you change up a few of your routine outdoor tasks. Start with sweeping away the dirt from driveways, pathways, and sidewalks instead of hosing them off. Depending on your hose, you could be spraying at a rate of 5 to 10 gallons per minute. Even short five or fifteen minute jobs end up using a lot of water that is simply running down the drain. Sweeping takes little to no extra effort and delivers the same …
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