09/01/2020 - How Environmentally Friendly Water Heaters Save You Money - September Monthly Newsletter
Did you know that your water heater accounts for almost 17% of your household energy use? That’s right. Your water heater uses more energy than all of your other household appliances combined!
While it sounds like a shocking statistic, it should come as no surprise, due to the amount of hot water we rely on every day. I mean, laundry alone, right? Add in the dishwasher and all the showers, and it’s easy to see how your water heater can run up your electric bill every month.Read More
What do opposable thumbs, the mail, and a hot shower have in common? These are just three of a million things that we tend to take for granted. After all, it’s easy to assume we will always be able to open a jar of peanut butter, thanks to our handy-dandy thumbs, that important notifications (and a ton of junk mail) will come to our post box every day, and that our shower will produce hot, clean water each and every time we want it to....Read More
The thought of enjoying your misting system is exciting. Whether you are installing it for the first time or bringing it out of storage, you feel excited. You picture yourself enjoying the outdoor areas of your home, even on the hottest summer days. And in our Phoenix area, it can get hot. And humid. And dry. And hotter.
The misting system is one of the best decisions you have made. It is inexpensive, easy to operate, and makes barbecuing, lounging by the pool, and even yard chores more enjoyable....Read More
Gearing up for the Arizona summer may have you thinking of creative ways to stay cool outside. You recollect all your attempts from previous years, like tying the garden hose to a tree branch for a makeshift sprinkler system.
If you are brainstorming new ideas, that means the old ones didn't work. That's okay. We're here to help, and we think we have the perfect solution: Misting Systems...Read More
According to a report issued by the City of Phoenix, the drinking water in your area comes from a variety of sources. These included streams, rivers, lakes, springs and wells. However, most of your water comes from surface water (98%) that they claim, “most likely started as snow-pack”.
When they say, “most likely”, you get the sense that they are not too sure and that they are guessing the water’s origin.
That is just not good enough...Read More
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