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There's only a few weeks until Fix a Leak Week (March 20 to March 26). According to the EPA, up to 1 trillion gallons of water gets wasted in leaks every year. That's bad for you water bill, and for the environment. To help you get ready, here's a handy check list of leaks that you can look for today.
- Look at your water meter. and write down the numbers. Turn off your faucets and anything that uses water. Check the meter 30-60 minutes later. If the meter shows water use during that time, you probably have a leak.
- Check for drips from faucets, shower heads, and pipes
- Silent toilet leaks - you can use dye tablets to find these
- Leaks in pipes
Stay tuned for future updates on Fix a Leak Week, and for product high lights to help fix leaks.
You can try out different flow rates and different spray patterns, but most shower heads have one thing in common: they put out whatever water goes into your home, including all the chlorine that water may contain. A Rainshow'r shower head gives you a new shower head experience by filter chemicals out of the water [...]
Door bottoms, outlets, light switches, windows ... there are so many ways that heat can escape, but what about pipes? Pipes carry hot or cold water, and can lose heat when moving hot water, or sweat when carrying cold water. Make your pipes efficient with Frost King pipe insulation. Easy to install. Each roll covers [...]
FREE Shipping Sale for Black Friday 2016 | November 23rd to December 1st | Save Big On Great Conservation Products
Final Sale: FREE Shipping All Orders Over $13.98ALL ORDERS over $13.99 SHIP FREECode: BF-2016-ALLIs your home ready for the winter? We've got good news - New Resources Group is giving out some heavy discounts on great conservation products for Black Friday, starting Wednesday, 11/23. We'll update this page with new deals through the week, so [...]
New Resource Group at the WaterSmart Innovations Exposition 2016WSI 2016 | | Las Vegas| Southpoint Hotel | Booth 209 | October 5-7 Want to check out the lastest in water saving innovation? Join us at the South Point Hotel and Convention Center in Las Vegas, October 5-7, booth 209 at the WaterSmart Innovations Exposition. The exposition [...]
With over 20 years of experience in water conservation, New Resources Group has the know-how to help make your new conservation program a success. We've worked with utilities, local governments, schools, and all kinds of businesses. Not sure about the best flow rate? Wondering about flow style? Worried about hard water? Contact us if [...]
You've decided to replace your shower head, but what kind of replacement do you need? The wrong shower head might clog up just like your old one, and a shower head with a flow rate that's too high might not even meet local standards, hurting your community's water supply and breaking local plumbing codes. Our [...]
You've taken the first step to watering your plants in a healthier, more eco-friendly way! But how long is your moisture sensor going to last? You can make sure your moisture sensor lasts a lot longer by following just a few simple tips. 1. Loosen the soil before inserting the moisture meter. Before inserting your moisture [...]
Now available - the all four cache faucet adapter set. No more guessing about size - get this kit, and you have a cache faucet adapter that will convert standard, junior, tiny junior, and tom thumb sized cache faucets to work with standard male threaded 55/64"-27 threaded aerators. Check it out here.
It's time to be excited about your faucet again - we have some adapters on the way that will convert cache faucets to standard, non-cache aerators! Stay tuned, and feel free to contact us if you would like to place a pre-order.