• 10 Ways to Lower Your Water Heating Bills

    Your water heater works hard to keep your showers hot during the arctic blasts that New Jersey experiences each winter. This, in turn, increases your water heating bills. Keep costs down without sacrificing home comforts with these tips.  Turn down the water heater temperature: The standard setting is 140 degrees, but you can lower it to 120 degrees without risking microbial growth […]

  • How to Fix a Constantly Running Toilet

    The sound of “phantom flushing” isn’t just annoying—it also means water is being wasted. According to the EPA, household leaks waste nearly 10,000 gallons of water every year. Multiply this average across the nation, and that’s one trillion gallons of water down the drain!  Stop wasting water and save an average of 10 percent on your bills by fixing […]

  • 5 Methods for Removing Hard Water Stains

    If your once-bright chrome faucet and glass shower door are now dingy and stained, the key to restoring their luster is to remove hard water stains. Here are five effective methods using household items you may already have. Vinegar Vinegar is a safe, all-natural household cleaner with the amazing ability to combat hard water stains. […]

  • How to Find the Main Water Shut-Off Valve

    Did you just stumble across a burst pipe or other plumbing leak? When faced with a plumbing emergency like this, the first thing to do is shut off the water. Act quickly to find and use the main water shut-off valve, and you’ll reduce property damage in the process. Places to Check for the Main […]

  • How to Reduce Outdoor Water Use this Summer

    Water bills routinely rise during the summer months because of lawn watering, car washing, and outdoor water play. The average home devotes 30 percent of its water consumption to outdoor use, and about half of that water is wasted due to evaporation, wind, and runoff. If you’re ready to save money and lower your impact […]

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    Making Sure Your Drinking Water is Safe

    You probably take clean tap water for granted, but as we learned from the Flint, Michigan water crisis that began in 2014, it’s possible for lead and other harmful substances to end up in your drinking water. Since there’s no way to see, taste or smell dissolved lead, testing your water is the only way […]

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    Tips to Reduce Water Use Around Your Home

    Are you searching for ways to save money on your utility bills each month? Conserving water can help lower your costs, and it’s good for the environment, too. Follow these tips to reduce water use around your home. Save Water by Installing the Right Faucets and Fixtures Install aerated faucets that consume one gallon per […]