Help save water during World Water Day and beyond. World Water Day takes place every year on March 22, as designated officially by the UN General Assembly in 1993.
The mission of World Water Day is to increase awareness of water related issues and to take action to improve the sustainability of and access to the world’s water supply. So how can you save water?
The holidays are a time for togetherness. But during the holiday season, visiting family and friends may put more strain on your home’s plumbing than it’s ready to handle. Don’t spend the season dealing with a plumbing emergency. Learn how to protect your home from a holiday plumbing disaster.CONTINUE READING
The evolution of modern plumbing is credited with wiping out many diseases, extending lifespans and providing convenience for billions over thousands of years. Read more below about some important events in the history of plumbing.CONTINUE READING
Winter is coming, and the next unexpected cold spell or deep freeze could bring homeowners a host of plumbing problems, like pipe bursts. And pipes located along poorly-insulated exterior walls, under sinks and in unheated crawlspaces are especially vulnerable. How can you know when your pipes are freezing? Can you prevent a burst? How can you protect your plumbing? Find the answers below.CONTINUE READING
California isn’t the only place where saving water has become a necessity. There are many places where water has become a scarce resource. It’s important not to take water for granted just because it “seems” readily available.CONTINUE READING