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What is your Water Footprint?

What is your Water Footprint?

Why bother about your water footprint?

Freshwater is a scarce resource; its annual availability is limited and demand is growing. The water footprint of humanity has exceeded sustainable levels at several places and is unequally distributed among people. There are many spots in the world where serious water depletion or pollution takes place: rivers running dry, dropping lake and groundwater levels and endangered species because of contaminated water. The water footprint refers to the volumes of water consumption and pollution that are ‘behind’ your daily consumption.

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Upgrading your existing water heater

Upgrading your existing water heater

If you are not going to buy a new water heater, you can save a lot of energy and money with your existing system by following a few simple suggestions.
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How to Choose a Plumber

How to Choose a Plumber

When you need a plumber, you want to be sure that you hire a good one. While you are looking for reasonable prices, you are also looking for someone who will do great work. In addition to the job being done properly, you also want it done on time and at the price that was quoted. These guidelines will help you hire the right plumber.
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Comparing the true costs of water heaters

Comparing the true costs of water heaters

When comparing the cost of various water heating options, keep in mind that there are two types of cost you need to look at: purchase cost and operating cost.
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Fix a Leak week! March 14th -20th 2011

Fix a Leak week! March 14th -20th 2011

Its National Fix a Leak Week. March 14th -20th 2011
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Water Softening Basics

Water Softening Basics

Water Softening Process:

As hard water enter the water softener, it passes through resin beads located inside the mineral tank.  The hard minerals are attracted to the resin and are removed from the water.. The final result s mineral-free water that is considered “soft”.

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Tips on water Conditioners

Tips on water Conditioners

Checklist when you buy:

  1. Does the dealer have an established place of business in your area?
  2. Does he represent a known brand.
  3. Will a representative  call at your hoe to determine the right kind, capacity and installation of equipment?
  4. Is installation included in the price?
  5. Does installation include by passing of lawn and garden sprinkling faucets, a faucet for unsoftened water, and other features you may desire?
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Cleaner, Smarter, Better . . . SoftWater

Cleaner, Smarter, Better . . . SoftWater

Hard water (calcium & magnesium) is a common problem for many homeowners and businesses. When hardness minerals are combined with heat it forms troublesome scale. Scale causes costly build-up in your plumbing, water heater and other water using appliances.When combined with soap, the minerals form soap curd or scum that makes skin dry and itchy, hair lifeless, laundry dull and builds up on fixtures.
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Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis

With the quality of our drinking water increasingly coming under question, people are now looking for alternative sources of quality water. Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems provide the most convenient and economical solution. Neatly stored under the counter, the Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water System provides you with clean and delicious water right from its own dedicated tap.
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Types of water heaters

Types of water heaters

Water heaters are typically the largest user of fuel after space heating. The percentage of total fuel used for domestic water heating has been going up over the last ten years because homes tend to be better insulated than they used to. The more you know about your water heating options the better you can make the right decision about the type of water heater you need.
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