Emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. Power outages and weather-related crises are most common, but you may experience a water emergency in your area at some point. Don’t be alarmed. Read this guide on how to prepare your home for a water emergency so that you know what to do.Read More
Best Ways to Improve Your Home’s Water Quality
We all want to know that the water we drink and use in our homes is safe for ourselves and our families. However, even if you receive your water from a municipal source, there can still be many harmful contaminants that may affect your health and damage appliances and fixtures. Read on below to discover the best ways to improve your home’s water quality.Read More
How To Stop Water From Getting Into Your House
Water, water, everywhere! Whether during a storm, flood, or simply through seepage from the soil, water constantly tries to find a way into your home. Obviously, you need to keep it out—otherwise, it can wreak havoc in more ways than one. Get ready to stop it in its watery tracks! Here’s how to stop water from getting into your house.Read More
Things To Consider When Moving To a Flood-Prone Area
There is something so peaceful about living near the water. But as serene as this setting is, there are dangers to residing in locations close to bodies of water. Houses near water are more likely to flood. Here are some things to consider when moving to a flood-prone area if the water is calling your name.Read More
10 Ways to Reduce your Water Bill
While you can live without cable or satellite, you won’t live very long without water.
But don’t think that just because you need water you’re stuck with paying high water bills every month.
Assuming you don’t have a hidden water leak, if you find your water bill going up month after month, there are things you can do to reduce your water consumption (without resorting to bathing once a week).