In the southwest, water is a precious commodity, and responsible homeowners want to know what they can do to help conserve this resource! The city of Rio Rancho makes it easier for homeowners to do their part, by offering some great incentives! At Affordable Service Plumbing and Heating we like to inform our customers of some of these programs that can help them save money, and the environment!
Clean, fresh water is a limited and expensive resource. In New Mexico, and in other states throughout the southwest, great efforts are being made to raise awareness to the issue of water conservation, and many programs have been put in place to help homeowners, educators and public water suppliers. Recently, in California, a law was passed that would limit the amount of water that families and households are allowed to use each day, whether or not there is a drought.
As warmer weather sets in, New Mexicans must pay closer attention to their water usage. In a state plagued by drought, The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority has put water restrictions into place to help ensure that we protect this precious resource as a community. This year, water restrictions went into effect on April 1st, and will continue to regulate water usage throughout the summer into the end of October. At Affordable Service, we care about the future of our community and try to do all we can to preserve water for future generations. We want to tell you a little more about these restrictions and what they mean for homeowners this summer.
With the busy schedules so common today, it is easy to take for granted simple things at home, such as the convenience of water flowing freely on demand from the tap. But if you pay attention to how your family uses water, it’s possible you’ll discover that this precious resource is being wasted. Here are some conservation tips we’ve put together at Affordable Service Plumbing and Heating to help you conserve more water at home.