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    Top 10 Indoor/Outdoor Ways to Save Water

    Currently, we can only utilize 1% of Earth’s entire water supply.  The other 99% of Earth’s water supply is either salt water or frozen, so you can see just how important that 1% really is to our way of life. Cities around the world are feeling the effects of decades upon decades of little or no water conservation, so it’s more important than ever to do everything in our power to preserve and protect Mother Nature’s greatest natural resource, our water supply. Listed below, you’ll find our Top 10 Indoor/Outdoor “Everyone Can Make a Difference” Water Conservation tips.  Do it…

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    30+ Amazing Facts, Figures & Statistics About Water

    1. Less than 2% of the Earth’s water supply is fresh water. 2. Our ocean and seas salt water make up 97% of all water on Earth. 3. 1% of the earth’s water supply is fit for drinking, 2% percent is frozen and the rest is salt water.. 4. The human body is almost 75% water. 5. You can survive for a month without food, but only 5 -7 days without water. 6. American’s drink about 110 million gallons of water every day. 7. Landscaping accounts for about half the water Californians use at home.Showers account for another 18 percent, while toilets use about 20 percent. 8….

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    Don’t Get Caught with Your Pants Down! Tips for Summer Home Buyers

    Most real estate professionals refer to summer the “home buying” season.  More homes are sold during the Summer months than at any other time of the year.    Unfortunately, the rush and pressure to find, purchase and settle into a new home before the school year starts makes it easy for summer buyers to miss signs of trouble that they wouldn’t normally overlook. When they do recognize the signs of distress such as water leakage, poor pipes or an inadequate plumbing system, it’s usually too late to do anything but hire a professional plumbing contractor to repair the problem which could have been…

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    Simple, Inexpensive and FREE Ways to Save Water & Money

                        If you thought making small water saving changes to your home and lifestyle wouldn’t amount to much then think again!  We’ve compiled a list of simple, inexpensive and free ways to conserve water and save on your monthly utility bill at the same time. Save money, conserve water and help Mother Nature at the same time by becoming a proactive part of Orange County’s water conservation effort.  Being part of the solution feels so much better than being part of the problem and that goes double for saving money. The suggestions, ideas and tips listed below represent a fraction of…

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    Pro-Active Commercial Property Trends vs. Reactive Residential Property Mindsets

    Some residential and commercial real estate repairs and/or maintenance issues might be more prevalent in certain parts of our country than others, but clogged water drains and backed up sewer lines are as disruptive, messy, costly and frustrating to residents of New York, Chicago and Dallas as they are to us in Orange County. Residents and real estate owners of Orange County have been consistently ranked high on the list of California’s most committed, responsible and innovative eco-friendly communities.  We’ve earned  the reputation as pro-active “going green” leaders and eco-friendly preventative real estate maintenance innovators by using methods to protect…

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    Orange County’s Slab Leak History

    Most home plumbing issues have a long and extensive history, but that’s not the case with slab leaks. Slab leaks may have been an issue in other countries, but slab leaks had never affected U.S. residents, but that all changed when slab leaks literally “burst” on the scene throughout the Southwestern United States in the early 1980s. The early 80’s provided tremendous economic growth, plentiful jobs and a huge increase in the populations of the entire Southwestern region, but none more so than California in general and Southern California in particular. The demand for new construction far outweighed the supply…

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    Water – Our Most Valuable Natural Resource

    Water covers about 70 percent of the earth, but only about three percent of it is fresh water. Most of the fresh water, about 75 percent, is in the form of ice. In fact, the frozen areas of the world have as much fresh water as all of the world’s rivers will carry for the next 1,000 years. It might seem as though our supply of unpolluted fresh water was never ending, but that’s simply not the case.  The earth’s population increases each day and the demand for unpolluted fresh water increases right along with it.  The following U.S. Government statistics on…

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