There can be visible signs when your home has experienced water damage. If you notice any of the following signs call our trusted water damage restoration company at 623-321-2102 as soon as possible and we will have an experienced technician out to your home within an hour:
- Musty Odors
- Visible Microbial Growth on walls and baseboards.
- Peeling or bubbling paint and wallpaper.
- Warped walls.
- Buckled ceilings and floors.
Desert Springs Village is a community that dates back to 2006, in Avondale, AZ and it continues to develop over the years. The City of Avondale has started a water conservation program to help manage the City’s limited water resources for today’s residents and for future generations. By implementing easy lifestyle changes, residents can start reducing their water use and save money on their monthly bills. These changes will also help contribute to the City’s water conservation goals. There are a lot of programs for residents and local schools made available year round. If you would like more information on any of the items below, click here to submit a service request to the City of Avondale’s Public Works Department:
- Home Water Checkup: How and where to check for leaks and provide ways to become water efficient in your home.
- Rebates: Receive up to $600 for replacement of high water use fixtures and landscapes.
- School Programs: Schedule free educational and fun water conservation assemblies.
- Free Landscape Classes: Classes on irrigation, plant selection, and plant maintenance.
- Water in the Streets: Report water in the streets at 623-333-4400.
- Brochures: Free booklets on smart home water management.
- Project WET: A water education program for teaching and training educators on local water resources utilizing science, technology, engineering and math.
- Landscape Consultation: Master Gardener and Certified Arborist on staff will answer questions on plant selection, water scheduling, and techniques for saving water.
- HOA’s/Commercial and Industrial Customers: Staff can provide valuable information on ways to save money on indoor and outdoor water use.
As residents begin or continue to conserve water they will be protecting this precious resource for the future and enjoy their quality of life in the City of Avondale.