Saving water begins with you! Here are some great ways you can capture, reuse and conserve water in your household. Contact us with questions or to get a quote for installation!
Take shorter showers as well as shut off the water in between the time you shampoo, condition, shave and soap.
Place a bucket in your shower to collect water while the water is warming and throughout your shower and then spread that water on your landscape to feed your plants or pour into your toilet bowl for flushing.
Keep the water off while you are brushing your teeth and turn it back on when you are ready to rinse.
If it’s yellow, let it mellow. If it’s brown, flush it down.
Wait until you have enough dirty clothes accumulated to do a full load of laundry.
Hand-wash dishes in a low-filled soapy basin and then use a rinse basin that you can spread on your landscape to feed your plants.
Hand-wash dishes less and run full loads in the dishwasher instead, as the dishwasher is much more efficient.
Have a greywater or home water recycling system installed that routes the water from your laundry, showers, tubs and bathroom sinks to your landscape.
Have a rainwater catchment system installed that harvests the rainfall from your roof for reuse in your landscape, garden hoses, outdoor showers and more.
Deliver water directly to individual plants, rather than spraying a large area, in order to maximize the efficiency of water flow directly to each plant.
Remove your lawn and plant drought tolerant plants that beautify your property and reduce water usage at the same time.
Drought tolerant plants require very little water and add beauty to your landscape.
Reduce water evaporation from heat, as well as reduce weed growth, by covering your plant perimeters and other parts of your landscape with mulch or other organic covering.
Install garden hose shutoff nozzles to prevent and stop water leakage outside your home.
Smart controllers use weather information and/or site conditions to automatically determine how much water to apply to your landscape and when to run in order to conserve water usage.
Avoid evaporation from the sun and heat by covering your pool or spa when not in use.
Monitor your water usage and receive real-time leak alerts on your phone so you can take instant action and reduce water consumption.
Reduce water with the simple installation of low-flow shower fixtures.
Reduce water with the simple installation of low-flow sink fixtures and/or aerators.
Reduce the amount of water used per flush by installing low-flow toilets.
Reduce the amount of water used with each load of laundry by installing a front-loading washing machine.
Rather than relying on low water pressure, common in most water lines, hot water recirculating systems rapidly move water from a water heater to your showers, sinks and other fixtures so you don't waste water waiting for the water to warm.
A healthier and more practical alternative to tap or bottled water that will help you to reduce the carbon footprint associated with purchasing bottled water.
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