Monthly Archives: December 2011

What To Do If You Have A Gas Leak In Your Home

December 30th, 2011|

Having a gas leak in your home can be a frightening experience, especially if you do not know what procedures to follow. Home emergencies can end badly when people are not ready for the unexpected. This is why families are encouraged to have their own fire drills at home – to make sure everyone, especially […]

How To Make Your Shower More Efficient

December 29th, 2011|

In this day and age of “living green”, here are many things to think about as you update your home. From new toilets to xeriscaping your yard, every little bit of saving helps.

Because water is a precious commodity, lowering the amount you use every day is a step in the right direction. And with multiple […]

7 Easy Green New Years Resolutions

December 23rd, 2011|

New Years Even is just around the corner. Have you made your New Years resolutions yet?

While everyone makes the standard resolutions – diet, exercise more, get organized – maybe its time to make simple resolutions you can keep. And one’s that will make a difference in the world around you too.

1. Use energy only where […]

Tips On Choosing A Plumber

December 22nd, 2011|

Think you’re ready to tackle your own plumbing problems? Think again. While some things may seem like an easy fix – replacing a dripping faucet for instance – after many trips to the hardware store you may begin rethinking your decision.

Professional plumbers can help you save money and get the job done quickly. However, you […]

Plumbing Tips When Heading Away for the Holidays

December 16th, 2011|


Last minute gifts, baking and shopping all mean that the holidays are fast approaching.

And as you’re headed out the door with high hopes of vacations with family, friends, food, gifts, and fun this holiday season, there are some things you might not plan for: disaster.   One quick way to kill the holiday festivities is to […]

DIY Plumbers: Here Is A Holiday Gift Guide for Giving Tools

December 14th, 2011|

Is your loved one a fixer-upper type?  Perhaps they are a builder, or maybe they just like to tinker around in their spare time.  Why not give the gift that keeps on giving, and invest in tools this holiday season.

But what kind of tool do you get them and how do you go about finding […]

What is Reverse Osmosis?

December 8th, 2011|

Reverse osmosis is a process of removing salt from seawater, making it usable for human consumption.

As water issues continue to challenge us around the world, reverse osmosis is one way of dealing with the problem. Climate change has brought on a variety of water related problems, including flooding in some areas, drought in others. Quality […]

Natural Gas Safety at Home

December 2nd, 2011|

Whether it’s a water heater, a stove, or a furnace, most households have at least one appliance that is dependent upon natural gas.  While natural gas makes our lives easier and more comfortable, it does pose a potential health hazard.

Do you know what to do to keep your family safe and keep your natural gas […]