If you have a septic system, there are many important facts that you need to know in order to keep it operating as designed. I've got a lot of useful tips that you can use to help you maintain your septic system.
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Swapping out your old showerheads with new EPA WaterSense labeled showerheads would conserve at least 20% of your water usage. I've got the scoop on what you need to know before buying.
A simple way to conserve water and save money at the same time is to install a dual flush kit on your old toilets in your home. They're pretty cheap and they work as advertised. My comparisons will help you decide which brand to choose. A look into high-efficiency toilets (HETs), too.
I learned that living in a townhouse on the lower end of the row has a definite downside to it. Water will flow downhill should your neighbor's have a water leak in their dwelling. Don't let this happen to you. Buy or lease on the upper end whenever possible.
Double link rain chains are a unique garden accessory that add appeal to any home. Dull, dreary downspouts offer a fraction of architectural appeal in comparison to these Japanese-inspired features.
If you're thinking of having a custom shower system installed, make sure you know how much hot water volume and storage is required to do the job. Lots more info than just water volume and storage here.
Looking for a cool way to take the heat off while you're out on the patio this summer? Maybe a cool misting patio umbrella would do the trick.
A copper rain chain downspout added a unique touch to this craftsman style home renovation featured on HGTV's Curb Appeal.
Are you looking for information on the most energy efficient water heater? I've compiled some of the latest information to help you make an informed decision on methods, makes and models.