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Which uses more water: A shower or a bath?

In hot, sticky weather, even kids who hate baths can’t avoid bathing at the end of every day. If you have a large family, water usage can really add up to create a much bigger water bill in the summer. We’ve put together a list of ways you can conserve

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New Year’s Resolutions for Your Home’s Plumbing

Can you believe it? It’s already 2014. While you’re making resolutions to improve yourself, don’t forget to make goals to improve your home. Some of those things may be ways to maximize water efficiency and save on bills – which will make you a happier homeowner throughout the year. Schedule

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Is A Water Leak Draining Your Wallet?

Water conservation is an essential element of saving the earth’s natural resources. However, it’s also a great way to save you money in the process. Water leaks are a known source of increasing your home’s water usage and, coincidentally, the bill as well. Some leaks are evident, like a dripping

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Make Water Conservation Fun for the Entire Family

As you know, the month of March is Putman Plumbing’s “Go Green” month in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Going green doesn’t have to cost you a great deal of green, however. There are inexpensive ways to implement water conservation into your daily routine. Consider your daily and weekly water

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A little less water goes a long way.

Is your home dripping with excessive water use? If so, or if you’re unsure, there are a number of water conservation tips you can adopt to help put the brakes on running water in your household: To keep from over-watering your lawn this summer, purchase an inexpensive spring-loaded timer which

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