Category: Energy Saving Tips

April 22 is Earth Day: Go Green with Green Plumbing

April 22 is Earth Day: Go Green Green has been a buzzword for a while now, and there's good reason for this: green means environmentally friendly, and environmentally friendly means saving the planet for future generations. That’s what Earth Day is all about, and it will be taking place again this year on April 22.

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4 Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Plumbing Solutions That Save Money

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Save Cash with these 4 DIY Plumbing Solutions! Looking for DIY plumbing solutions to save money? While there are a lot of plumbing tasks that you shouldn't attempt on your own (like using a professional grade auger or fiddling around with your water heater pressure valve), there are plenty of safe DIY plumbing hacks that are

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Save $300 Through the 2016 Water Heater Tax Credit

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2016 Water Heater Tax Credit Basics You Should Know Is your water heater over 10 years old? Are you thinking about getting a water heater this year? If so, you'll want to educate yourself about the money-saving options available. If you do your research before the moment of urgency (that morning when you wake up

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Charlotte Water Heater Experts Troubleshoot 3 Common Water Heater Problems

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Charlotte Water Heater Experts Weigh In In our last article, we discussed three of the top six most common water heater problems, examining causes and solutions for those three problems. Today we explore the other three most common water heater problems and fixes. Problem #4: Water Smells Like Rotten Eggs Possible Issues: You've got bacteria

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Charlotte Water Conservation Tips

Charlotte Water Conservation Tips People always talk about conserving water and protecting the environment, but for many it isn’t clear why this is the case. After all, isn’t water a naturally occurring resource that recycles itself in nature through evaporation and precipitation? This may be true, but there are lots of other reasons to conserve

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