"Drought Buster" Water Conservation Program Makes It Easy For Bay Area Homeowners To Reduce Water Use
SAN FRANCISCO, June 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the first time in recent history, the entire state of California is in a moderate to severe drought. Homeowners throughout the Bay Area are looking for opportunities to cut down on water use to keep utility bills affordable.
"With water rates likely to increase and water rationing already in place in some Bay Area communities, most homeowners would benefit from an indoor water usage audit like the one Fast Water Heater will provide through this program," said CEO Jason Hanleybrown. "The best part about these water saving measures is that they affect a home's water system directly – people don't have to consciously cut back on water use to see savings on their bills."
In order to help support homeowners in this effort, Fast Water Heater Company will provide a whole-home water makeover that could save each household up to 10,000 gallons a year.
The "Drought Buster" program includes:
- Installation of two high-efficiency shower heads (provided);
- Installation of one high-efficiency toilet (purchased by homeowner);
- Inspection of water heater and all other water-using appliances and all faucets; and
- Replacement of worn aerators.
Fast Water Heater will provide this suite of services for $299. Given the rising cost of water, this investment is likely to pay for itself within 1-2 years for most Bay Area homeowners. This offer is available throughout Fast Water Heater's service area, including San Francisco, the East Bay, Napa and Sonoma Counties, the Peninsula, the South Bay and Santa Cruz. For more information, call 925-676-4484 or go to http://www.fastwaterheater.com/service-areas/ca-bay-area/san-francisco-and-the-peninsula/.
Fast Water Heater Company has hubs serving western Washington, northwest Oregon and the major metro areas of California. It has been in business since 1985. Its website is www.fastwaterheater.com.
SOURCE Fast Water Heater Company