At the first sign of water intrusion in your home you should call Goodyear Water Damage Services right away. One of our water damage restoration technicians will be out to your home typically within the hour to take thermal images and moisture readings. These devices will allow us to see exactly where the water is and to what level the moisture is. Having someone evaluate and start the dry out and restoration process as quickly as possible greatly decreases the damage your home experiences, the time this process will take and your expenses. Call our office with questions about our services at 623-321-2102.
Living in a desert community, such as Sun City West, AZ, you know the importance of water conservation. Conserving water helps preserve our environment. It minimizes the effects of water shortages and droughts, it guards against rising expenses, it makes water available for recreational purposes and it builds beautiful and safe communities. As AZ residents we can all make simple lifestyle changes that will reduce our water footprint. Sun City West offers it’s residents an invaluable Water History And Conservation class. The next one is scheduled for August 7th, 2019 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM. It will be located at the RHJ Lecture Hall at 19803 N RH Johnson Blvd, Sun City West, AZ 85375. This class will talk about the timeline of Arizona water regulation, an overview of the Groundwater Code, Assured Water Supply Program, the CAP canal and the recently approved Drought Contingency Plan. They will share water conservation tips, like what steps homeowners can take to reduce their water usage and waste inside and outside the home. An instructor, named Rick Obenshain, is the Water Analyst for EPCOR Water (USA) Ince., and works out of the Phoenix office. Rick is an Arizona native and retired from teh AZ Department of Water Resources to begin his current position with EPCOR two weeks afterward. He enjoys teaching people of all ages about water and the environment and believes we all need to be better stewards of our Earth and its resources.