Starting April 16, 2015 an update to the National Appliance Energy Conservation Act will require all new water heaters to be more energy-efficient, which will make buying a new water heater more expensive. While the U.S Department of Energy says the new standard will save about $63 billion in energy bill savings over the next 30 years; the changes will cost consumers more money when purchasing a new water heater. The energy improvements to the new water heaters will cost consumers 15 to 35
Archives for March 2015
March 15th thru the 22nd, of 2015 is National Fix A Leak Week sponsored by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency). The EPA says untreated water leaks add up to more than one trillion gallons of wasted water per year; that is more than the combined annual water usage of Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami!! Yikes, that's a lot of water; one trillion gallons is 1,000,000,000,000 gallons!!! Small water leaks, dripping faucets and leaky toilets not only waste water, they cost you money! Most of
Just wanted to remind you about the start of Day Light Savings Time, don't fall behind when the clocks move forward one hour this weekend! Daylight Savings Time Begins This Sunday, March 8th at 2:00 a.m. (Set your clocks forward 1 hour) Spring can't be far behind...we hope!