Professional Plumbing Tips

6 Ways to Build Energy Efficient Plumbing into Your Home

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Are you planning to remodel a bathroom or the kitchen of your home? Maybe you're looking forward to brand new construction. In either case, now is the perfect time to consider investing in energy efficient plumbing fixtures and appliances. Modern, efficient plumbing can save you money on both your water and energy bills.

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4 Ways to Shrink Your Water Bill

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Everyone wants to know how to save when it comes to water. Water is essential to our daily living, and yet it costs so much just to use it. This guide will show you how to shrink your water bill with just a few easy adjustments to your routine.

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Solar Water Heating: Good for Your Bills and the Environment

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Clean energy is more popular and more affordable than ever, and it is now a reliable way to run your water heater. Solar water heating is a great alternative to traditional water heating options like gas or electric, offering better energy efficiency, lower bills, and added value for your home.

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Lower Your Water Bills This Winter by Preparing Now

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While long-term water use, such as daily lawn watering and showers, have the largest impact on your overall water consumption, sudden emergencies can make your water bills surge. Whenever your water heater breaks, a pipe bursts, or something in the plumbing cracks, you can lose a lot of water before repairs are being made. Here's how to reduce the chances of winter water emergencies and keep your water bill manageable:

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2 Easy Plumbing System Changes to Lower Your Water Bill This Winter

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During the summer season, water consumption is high. We water our lawns and foundations, fill swimming pools and keep them clean, and we take cool showers to keep the heat at bay. But winter also sees a large use of water: we take long, hot showers to keep the cold away, and you might also have a lot of family visiting. Here's how to keep your water usage and utility bills low during the winter months:

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