It’s the Season

It’s the Season

With drought plaguing parts of our nation and the cost of water use rising, this article in the SF Chronicle has 15 helpful tips for reducing your water bill. Among the suggestions: Check faucets for leaks and fix drips Insulate hot water pipes Wash full loads of...
It’s the Season

Temperature-Controlled Faucet Light

Kids are sure to love this faucet that changes the water color based on the temperature. It’s so straightforward a child can understand it: blue means cold, red means hot (over 89 degrees). It’s certainly useful for preventing scalding and accidents. The...
“My Water Bill Has a First Name…”

“My Water Bill Has a First Name…”

“It’s T-O-O-O-O….” My water bill has a second name;it’s H-I-G-H.Oh, I love to save every day, and if you ask me why, I’ll say…’Cause saving water has a way with helping me get through the day.” (sung to Oscar Meyer...
It’s the Season

Fix Those Leaky Faucets

The drip, drip, drip of a leaky faucet is more than an annoyance in the night. Leaking faucets are significant water wasters. A single drop of water measures about .33 ml. That’s not much, but it’s the cumulative effect that counts. According to this...
“My Water Bill Has a First Name…”

Hot Water at Last

I don’t know about you, but the mere thought of hot and cold water outside just makes my heart sing. I live in the Northeast and believe me, the hose water is cold! Now I have a new product on my list—the Hot and Cold Sill Faucet from Moen. It works a lot like a...