Water Conservation Tips

Water Conservation Tips

Whether inside or outside your home, there are many easy ways to conserve water use.

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Even You Can Fix A Leaky Toilet

Even You Can Fix A Leaky Toilet

Toilet leaks can be silent but costly, wasting hundreds of gallons of water in a very short time.

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Even You Can Fix A Leaky Faucet

Even You Can Fix A Leaky Faucet

Faucet leaks can waste hundreds of gallons of water in a very short time.

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100 Tips For Conserving Water

100 Tips For Conserving Water

There are a number of ways to save water, and they all start with you. Use the tips provided to lower water use in your home.

Type: Fact Sheet




IceStone Care and Maintenance Guide

IceStone Care and Maintenance Guide

IceStone surfaces are made of 100% recycled glass in a cement mix. While IceStone is extremely durable, it does require specific maintenance.

Type: Guide




10 Ways to Save Energy and Other Stuff, Too

10 Ways to Save Energy and Other Stuff, Too

Conservation and efficiency are the most effective ways to reduce energy use.

Type: Fact Sheet




Carbon Reduction Resources

Carbon Reduction Resources

There are many no-cost or low-cost home energy tips that can save money, energy, and reduce the environmental impact of your home.

Type: Fact Sheet




A Green Home Is A Healthy Home

A Green Home Is A Healthy Home

Save money, energy, and reduce your home's environmental impact by implementing easy to use energy saving ideas in your home.

Type: Guide




Air Conditioner: Refrigerant Charge and Airflow

Air Conditioner: Refrigerant Charge and Airflow

Air conditioning can account for up to 1/2 of your home's summertime energy costs. To keep your system operating at its peak performance, you should have a yearly maintenance check up, including a refrigerant charge and airflow check.

Type: Fact Sheet




Residential Energy Guide

Residential Energy Guide

This guide contains a list of no and low cost tips that you can implement around your home to save energy, lower your energy costs, and reduce your impact on the environment.

Type: Guide




Take Care of the System That Takes Care of You

Take Care of the System That Takes Care of You

You can save money, energy, and lower your impact on the environment by keeping your central heating system in proper working order. The first place to start is your furnace itself. By following simple maintenance steps you could save 10% or more on your heating costs.

Type: Fact Sheet




Home Cooling

Home Cooling

Cooling your home efficiently will help lower your energy costs. To improve efficiency and to keep equipment running properly, replace or clean your filter monthly, remove dirt and dust from outside coils, and keep registers clean and unobstructed by furniture and curtains.

Type: Guide





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