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“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.” As any experienced gardener would tell you, gardening is a marathon; not a sprint. As our yummy sustainable gardens developed, we had to make a few changes to help them continue growing strong. (P.S. All the photos used in this post are straight from our own gardens!).
When we heard about how much water you can save through Drip Irrigation, we knew we had to add it to our Sustainable Gardening series. With the California drought becoming the “new normal,” it’s more important than ever to save where you can. Here is everything you need to know about Drip Irrigation.
Anyone who has ever been presented with a shockingly expensive hot water bill knows just how stressful high energy bills can be. Hot water bills can account for up to 25% of your overall home energy bill, it should stand to reason that this is an area which must be focused upon. We have 5 Tips to instantly save you money on your hot water bill.
Water heating is more than just a drop in the bucket when it comes to your energy bill. It accounts for nearly 20 percent of the energy costs in a typical home. By finding ways to reduce or be more efficient with the hot water you use, you can keep your energy dollars from going down the drain. Take a look at these quick tips to see how you can reduce your hot water bill.
Water efficiency is one area that I usually choose comfort over conservation. Most “low-flow” fixtures that I have used end up taking me twice as long, are twice as frustrating, and use the same amount of water. I was pleasantly surprised when I gave this one a shot in my own home. As part of the PG&E / SMUD Home Performance Basic Path, customers were required to install a thermostatic control valve shower head in their bathrooms.