Blog Posts in March, 2014

  • How Pure Is the Water in Your Home?

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    26 Mar. 2014

    Do you know how pure the water in your home is? Unfortunately, the water you use each day to drink, shower, and cook has the potential for contaminants, from bacteria and sulfur to lead and iron. The only way to be sure that your home's water is pure is through testing. Read on to learn more about common water contaminants, knowing when to test the water in your home, and how you can easily ...
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  • Aaron Gaynor Awarded 2013 Green Plumber of the Year

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    24 Mar. 2014

    We are proud to announce that The Eco Plumbers and our very own Aaron Gaynor have been named the 2013 National Green Plumber of the Year Award by Green Plumbers USA. This is an incredible honor and we are very proud of all of the hard work by our incredible employees. We are proud to bring our customers a level of service above and beyond our competitors and we hope to continue that throughout the ...
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  • Evolution of Solar Energy

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    19 Mar. 2014

    Solar energy has come a long way over the years. We continue to experience a push for more sustainable, renewable energy sources, and solar power is one of the most efficient options. Our neighbors install solar panels. Businesses catch the sun on their flat rooftops. Stretches of bright open land are filled with the blinding, productive panels. It feels like a new technology – but it ...
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  • Chase Leaks with WaterSense for Fix a Leak Week

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    17 Mar. 2014

    The sound of a dripping faucet or toilet "ghost" flushing can keep anyone up at night. But it's not just the sound of wasted water that's annoying. The average American household leaks more than 10,000 gallons of water each year, tacking an extra 10 percent on to homeowner's water bills that no one wants to have to pay. On a national level it really adds up, household water ...
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  • Spring Plumbing Tips

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    12 Mar. 2014

    With spring finally around the corner, it's time for some spring cleaning! Aside from cleaning your home, this is the perfect time to ensure your plumbing system is in top condition. Since leaks and other plumbing issues can result in hundreds of dollars wasted, it's critical to check the condition of your pipes at least once a year. For many homeowners, spring is the most opportune time ...
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  • Tips to Conserving Water in The Home

    Posted By The Eco Plumbers

    5 Mar. 2014

    Water is the earth's most precious resource as man cannot reproduce it, and it's essential for survival. In your home, conserving water helps reduce utility expenses while preserving this precious natural resource. If you're considering the best ways to conserve water in your home, take a look at these nine tips to save water and money. Use a Dishwasher Dishwashers use significantly ...
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