Water heater failure is one of the leading sources of water damage in someone’s home and it can cause significant damage. Unfortunately, it’s not always a large burst of water that comes rushing out at once. Slow leaks can develop and can go unnoticed for long periods of time. Water always flows downhill and can cause damage to your walls and flooring. You can minimize this risk by doing regular inspections on your water heater. Twice a year you should flush the water heater tank to help eliminate sediment buildup. You should also make sure you have an inexpensive drip pan underneath the water heater. If you have questions about our services or are in need of an onsite inspection after water damage call our office at 623-244-6757.
Water conservation in Buckeye, Arizona is a lifestyle that is well-suited to our climate, and it also reduces monthly water bills. Most people assume that conserving water is a sacrifice but the City of Buckeye wants to change that perspective. You do not have to deprive yourself or give up comfort or convenience. In truth, by making just simple habit changes at your home you can reduce your water use and start to conserve water. Some of the easiest ways to begin are by incorporating improved efficiency devices and appliances into your home or business. The City of Buckeye even offers its residents Water Conservation Rebates. Up to $10,000 in rebates are available for fiscal year 2019-2020 and are offered on a first come, first serve basis. There is a smart irrigation controller (up to $100 rebate) or turf replacement with xeriscape or artificial turf (200-499 SQ FT of turf replaced = $100 rebate and 500+ SQ FT = $200). If you would like to apply for these rebates you must complete the rebate application form and return it to the Water Resources Department Administration in person or by mail at 21749 W. Yuma Rd, Suite 107, Buckeye AZ 85326 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.