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Spring is coming!
Stay ahead of the dry summer months, call to schedule your lawn sprinkler start-up or installation now. Green Guru, LLC @ 248-790-0571 M-F 9a-4p
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The third installment of our water saving series is here!
Its a great reference for that honey do list.  :)

Water Saving Tip #3 - Faucets

Find and fix any leaky faucets.

A faucet leaking 60 drops per minute will waste 192 gallons (726.8 liters) per month. That is equal to 2,304 gallons (8.7 m3) per year.
Install efficient faucets and/or faucet aerators.

The U.S. EPA WaterSense program labels efficient faucets and aerators that use a maximum of 1.5 gallons (5.7 liters) per minute.
Look for the WaterSense label when selecting new faucets or aerators.

Every drop counts. Turn off the faucet,
when lathering hands, shaving, or brushing teeth.
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Welcome in the weekend, 
Here is Water Saving Tip #2 - Dishwashing

If washing dishes by hand, fill the sink with water rather than continually running the tap.

Or, Install an efficient dishwasher.

Technological advances in dishwashers have made it possible to use less water to achieve the same goal, clean pots n pans.

FYI : Dishwashers use less water than handwashing, particularly if you limit pre-rinsing.

Even if you have the best machine made only wash full loads of dishes in the dishwasher to maximize water efficiency.

For more information and resources, visit the AWE Residential Dishwasher introduction Page.
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Fall is here, don't let your sprinklers freeze!  We service Residential, Commerial, Athletic, Lake / River Pump, and HOA Association clients through out the SE Michigan, Detroit Metro Area. 

Call now for your sprinkler winterization, and piece of mind!
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To kick the "Saving Water - Tips for Residential Use" series off here's the first of many to help you, your family, and the community save our most precious resource, water.

Water Saving Tip #1 - Laundry

When doing laundry, always wash full loads.
Conventional washers built before 2011 typically use about 40 gallons (151.4 liters) per load; resource-efficient washer may use as little as 15 gallons (56.8 liters) per load.

Adjust the water level in the washer to the amount needed for the load. Some of the new efficient washers will do this automatically.

When it's time to replace the clothes washer, choose a high-efficiency washer with a low water factor.
The smaller the water factor, the more efficient the clothes washer.
Energy Star models currently have a maximum of 6.0, although many well-performing machines are available with lower water factors. Look for the lowest water factor available to achieve the highest water savings.

For more information and resources, visit the AWE Residential Clothes Washer Introduction Page.
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Over the next couple weeks we will be sharing water saving tips that you can use around your home. The series will be called "Saving Water - Tips for Residential Use", its compiled from around the web but we thought we would share since water conservation is so close to our hearts smile :) Enjoy!
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