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Restore Water Pressure The Green Way

Posted on October 15, 2013 by Randy Baldwin in Bathroom Plumbing, DIY Conservation, Environmental Conservation, Home Plumbing, Kitchen Plumbing, Plumbers' Tricks Of The Trade, Plumbing Women Should Know

Get Your Water Pressure Back
You know that day when you're standing under a hot shower, and you realize that the water pressure just isn't where you want it to be? Having a couple measly drops of hot water run down your back isn't exactly the greatest way to end your Continue Reading →

Watering Your Lawn: Correctly

Posted on July 10, 2013 by Randy Baldwin in DIY Conservation, Eco-Friendly Plumbing Appliances, Environmental Conservation, Home Plumbing, Plumbing Women Should Know

The Environmentally Conscientious Lawn
Well ladies and gentlemen, it's that time of year again. When the weather warms up, the days get longer, and the plants come out to play. So whether you're a full blown horticulturist or just a green lawn enthusiast now is the time you start thinking about Continue Reading →

Dishwasher vs. Hand Washing

Posted on June 12, 2012 by Randy Baldwin in DIY Conservation, Eco-Friendly Plumbing Appliances, Environmental Conservation, Home Plumbing, Plumbing Women Should Know

Washing Dishes By Hand Is Greener, Right?
Wrong. Though we can certainly understand why you might think so. The rule of thumb for being environmentally conscious certainly seems to be "that which is easy is bad." Well, washing dishes is the exception to that rule.┬áIn most cases, from an environmental perspective, Continue Reading →