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Tips For Going Green this Earth Day

April 22 is Earth Day. Earth Day is a great day to start a complete assessment of your home.

Eco-Friendly Plumbing Fixtures

If you haven’t yet thought about water efficient faucets, now is the time to begin shopping for eco-friendly products that will help reduce your water consumption. Optimization of water flow through new plumbing fixtures is the easiest way to begin the conversion to a greener home environment.

With trendy designs, and super performance showerheads, kitchen and bathroom faucets, you can help reduce waste of our most precious resource: water. Try an innovative motion sensor faucet or a reflex style faucet for ease of use in the kitchen. Our newest showerheads provide an invigorating rain shower, and conversion is easy.

Water Filtration Systems Instead of Bottled Water

Why not take a firm pledge this Earth Day to stop purchasing bottled water or drinking pre-packaged soft drinks. When you add up the dollars spent on these products, isn’t it more
convenient to consider a home water filtration system? Healthy water is now infused water – with fruits and vegetables added in an infusion of flavor.

The minerals and vitamins that infuse an ordinary jug of water are super healthy, and best of all you know what is in your drinking water. There are systems designed to purify and disinfect your drinking water that meet every budget.

In most cases and depending on where your water comes from, specific problems can be addressed and resolved.

Tankless Water Heaters

When considering a return on your investment on any home appliance, the tankless water heater still remains a 50% savings over a traditional gas or electric water heater. Also, there are tax incentives to switching to a tankless heater. And if you have a large family, you will never run out of water with a tankless system.

You will always have hot, on-demand water for cooking, showering and laundry. While there are many manufacturers of tankless heaters, have a qualified technician explain the different models and the one that may suit your home before settling on a purchase or rental.

Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

Making a distinction between a carbon footprint and just a toe print is confusing. We all contribute to the carbon direct and indirect emissions that create our global warming.

Using an online carbon calculator will give you a good idea where you can improve simply by reducing your home energy usage, and also by taking interest in the goods and services you purchase, and the results of these.

This Earth Day, reduce your carbon footprint by calling Arrow Plumbing in the Little Rock, AR area at (501) 753-3838 for a home inspection.

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