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Clean Water Challenges in America Today

When you think about someone having difficulties accessing clean water, you typically think of people living in third world countries. However, water and sanitation challenges affect areas in the U.S. as well. These challenges include fecal contamination from individual wells, expensive water costs, lead service lines, outdated infrastructure, and the financial, technical and operational demands of making upgrades. 

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4 Ways to Make Your Home More Eco-Friendly

The modern developed world has embraced many changes in pursuit of environmentally-friendly living. As consumers, we are serious about recycling, avoid using plastic bags, avoid disposable products like utensils, drink water from reusable water bottles and drive cars powered by clean energy. Homeowners can take additional steps to reduce energy consumption and make their home more eco-friendly. Below are four easy ways to make an impact with your choices.

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4 Eco Services Announces A Promotion For Air Conditioning System Inspection

4 Eco Services, a local plumbing, heating and air conditioning service company, is running a buy-one-get-one promotion for air conditioning and heating system inspections. With the promotion, customers will receive a professional air conditioning system inspection for $49 and a no-cost heating system inspection; the cost of repairs and materials is not included in the inspection price. 

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What Homes Will Look Like in the Future

We’re all fascinated by the future. Superhero movies like Iron Man, and the Avengers and Hunger Games series offer us a glimpse of what life could look like 50 years from now. Most of us are excited about drones, hyperloop transportation, 3D printed home decor and smart homes. Many of these inventions have been imagined by futurists decades ago and some of them, like 3D printers and drones, are becoming more and more common, while others are still in our future.

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4 Eco Services Offers Advice For Lowering Utility Bills While Away On Vacation

4 Eco Services, a local plumbing, heating and air conditioning service company is offering money saving tips for homeowners: set water heaters to “vacation mode”, turn off the water to the home if the vacation will last more than three days, turn the thermostat up — rather than turning off the air conditioner — and inspect faucets, toilets and sprinklers for leaks. Leaving the air conditioner on and setting the thermostat to 78 °F will keep air moving throughout the home, save costs associated with cooling down the home, and protect it from getting too hot and potentially damaging wood floors, doorways and furniture.

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