Because we sincerely strive to make going green more affordable — more so than you may think.

Water Conservation — A Topic We Can No Longer Ignore

Toilets the number one water-waster in most all homes. Simply switching your old water-guzzling toilet for an affordable water-conservation toilet is a giant step towards saving water. Toilets are rated based on their gallon per flush (gpf).
• Low-flow toilets using 1.6 gpf or less are now the US federal standard.
• High-efficiency toilets start at 1.3 gpf.
• The highest-efficiency on the market today is 1.1 gpf.
• Dual-flush toilets have two gpf ratings — solids are flushed at the higher 1.6 gpf rate, while liquids use 1.1 gpf or less.


TIP: A fast, easy and inexpensive DYI water-saving solution. Install a “faucet aerator” and save up to 500 gallons of water per year! Faucet aerators are sold at all renown hardware stores — you can easily install one yourself in less than 15 minutes.


Hot water – we all need it, but at what price? If your water heater nearing the 7 to 10 year-old mark, now is the time to consider a tankless water heater. The tankless water heater has many advantages
Saves Energy Energy is used ONLY when the hot water tap is turned on.
Saves Space Tankless water heaters use zero floor space — tankless water heaters are wall-mounted.
Unlimited Supply of Hot Water Provides hot water only when you need it.
No Risk of Flood or Water Damage Tankless water heaters do not rupture or explode.
Increases Your Home Value The vast majority of newly built homes come equipped with tankless water heaters. Real estate appraisers look for energy-efficient equipment options, while home buyers say tankless heaters justify a smart investment.
Longer Lifespan Tankless Water heaters last up to 20 years.


NEW TECHNOLOGY The best new water-saving kitchen appliance is….
the drawer-style dishwasher! The drawer-style dishwasher allows you to wash smaller loads of dishes with less amounts of water.


> HINT: Bathrooms and kitchens are the energy-using capitals of the home.
If you are planning a remodel, building new, or just replacing old fixtures and appliances, remember to review the energy-efficient ratings on each product. Less expensive fixtures and appliances are sometimes more expensive in the long run. 




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