We continue to bring in new water damage restoration equipment. By doing so, we are able to provide our customers with the the best workmanship possible. These Phoenix Axial Air Movers are the industry’s only air mover specifically engineered with patented FOCUS Technology. FOCUS Technology has revolutionized the evaporative drying by process for hard to dry areas such as carpet, pad, subfloor and walls. These low noise machines are capable of reducing secondary damage stemming from the side effects of trapped humidity like fungi, mold, mildew or structural damage. If you have questions about our water damage restoration products or services please call us at 623-321-2102.
Cambridge Estates is a community that dates back to 2001 in Avondale, AZ. The City of Avondale has a water conservation program which is an important part of the management and planning of the City’s limited water resources for today and into the future. By implementing simple common sense low water use habits, you can continue your current lifestyle while saving both water and money. Here are a few easy tips:
- Landscape your yard with native desert ground covers, plants and trees that require less water.
- Avoid planting turf in areas that are hard to water such as steep inclines and isolated strips.
- water your plants deeply but less frequently.
- Only water your lawn and plants when needed. It is not necessary to water as much in the fall as in the summer.
- Choose a water efficient drip irrigation system for trees, shrubs and flowers. Water at the roots is very effective.
- Use organic mulch around plants to reduce evaporation and save hundreds of gallons of water a year.
- Group plants with the same watering needs together to get the most out of your watering time.
- While fertilizers promote plant growth, they also increase water consumption. Use only the amount of fertilizer needed.
- Reuse aquarium water to water plants.
- Over the our or five month winter lawn season, 1000 square feet of rye uses 19,000 gallons more than dormant Bermuda!
- Turf uses 60 percent more water per square foot than a low water use landscape.
By using these ideas at your home you will have a big impact on conserving water.