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Typical Residential Water Use

Lawns and gardens – 36% Showers and Baths – 20% Toilets – 19% Clothes and dishwashing – 16% Potable Uses – 9%

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Condensate Pump

Remove the nuisance of ugly hoses or pipes running across the floor Condensation or wastewater is a byproduct of high efficiency furnaces, air conditioning evaporator coils, and flow- through humidifiers. A condensate pump is used to transfer this wastewater to a proper drain.

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Ceiling Saver Kit

What is the purpose of an air conditioner? The obvious answer: it keeps your home or business at the perfect temperature during the summer months! An air conditioner also dehumidifies the air, getting rid of that muggy and sticky-air feeling. Can an air conditioning system cause flooding in your home or business? Yes. As the […]

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UV Water Filters Out and Even Kills Disease-Causing Bacterium

Hospitals for a long time have used Ultraviolet (UV) light in order to sterilize. UV light has become extremely popular for eradicating the presence of airborne contaminants, bacteria, and viruses through a circulating system that sterilizes breathing air. This great technology is also just as effective in other applications such as removing traces of microscopic […]

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Instant Hot Water Dispensers

There is no longer a reason to sit and wait for a tea kettle or pot to boil water for your favorite hot beverage. With an instant hot water dispenser, water is always available at the perfect temperature. The dispenser can be installed beneath the sink or inside a cabinet so that it is out […]

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Built-in Soap Dispensers

There is no longer a reason to purchase plastic or porcelain soap containers from the department store. A built-in soap dispenser can be installed right next to your kitchen or bathroom sink. A variety of styles are available, so there is sure to be one that matches the look of your kitchen or bathroom. Built […]

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The Benefits of Plumbing Maintenance

Do what you can to prevent expensive repairs. A little bit of maintenance goes a long way. Water faucets, toilets, traps, drains, and water heaters all need regular maintenance. Maintenance not only helps keep your plumbing equipment in working order, but it can also save you money each month. How? Maintenance helps you avoid leaky […]

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Understanding Energy Labels

EnergyGuide Labels The U.S. government established a mandatory compliance program in the 1970s requiring that certain types of new appliances bear a label to help consumers compare the energy efficiency among similar products. In 1980, the Federal Trade Commission’s Appliance Labeling Rule became effective, and requires that EnergyGuide labels be placed on all new refrigerators, […]

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New Furnace Can Reduce Heating Costs

New Furnace Can Reduce Heating Costs Heating bills across the country are the highest they have ever been, with out any relief in sight. Even if your older furnace runs, from an economic standpoint it would be wise to replace it. With the proper furnace selection, your central air-conditioning bills can be lower too. Compared […]

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Automatic and Programmable Thermostats

Automatic Programmable Thermostats In our modern, high-tech society, we don’t think much about some of the electronic gadgets in our homes. Take, for example, the ever-present thermostat–a staple of American households for decades. It usually takes the shape of an unassuming box on the wall, but that modest device controls the comfort of your family […]

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