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Innovative Toilets…We Kinda Love!

Modern toilet designs have become more stylish and eco friendly than ever before. They can deliver a powerful flush while improving functionality, sustainability and cleanliness of your home bathroom. A modern toilet can offer space saving options for smaller bathrooms and be used as a focal point to show off  larger luxurious bathrooms. Here in […]

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5 Ways to Conserve Water in Your Home

California is in the midst of a drought that is quickly turning into a crisis, making it very important for us all to do our part to help conserve one of the most precious elements on earth; water. Here are 5 tips to help reduce water usage in both the short and long term: Invest […]

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Artificial Lawn Turf: Pros and Cons

Having a green lush lawn is pleasing to the eye and is a great place for kids, pets, families and adults to relax and unwind on. But, with many things, the pleasure and beauty can come at a cost. With the severe drought in California, many people are opting to install artificial lawn turf in their homes and […]

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Water Conservation: Drought Tolerant Plants We Love!

Even though we are in the midst of a drought here in Southern California, your garden doesn’t have to suffer! If you pick the right greenery, you can grow a gorgeous yard full of beautiful plants that don’t use much water. You might think that using drought tolerant plants will make your yard look like a barren dessert, but […]

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Benefits of Installing a Drip Irrigation System

Drip irrigation has long been used in nurseries and agriculture but now, homeowners are starting to take advantage of its many uses and benefits. You can use the system in your vegetable and perennial gardens, and also to water your shrubs and trees. If you have a garden and aren’t using a drip irrigations system […]

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Save Water and Cash with Vista’s Water Conservation Programs!

Living in San Diego County, we are all too familiar with the effects of the drought and the benefits of water conservation. Using water efficiently is an important responsibility that comes with living in this gorgeous climate that we all love. By working together, we can maintain a reliable water supply to our area. The […]

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Using Greywater: From Your Laundry to Your Landscape

The average person in the United States uses roughly forty gallons of water per day to bathe, wash clothes and clean dishes. Unfortunately, most of this water goes to waste, straight down the drain. But there is a way to use this water to irrigate fruit trees and plants, using something commonly known as “Greywater”. […]

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How to Save Water During California’s Drought

California is no stranger to earthquakes and budget deficits. But now, something else has topped the list: we are facing a major drought. California residents must make adjustments as a part of living in this beautiful state to conserve water as much as we can. Governor Jerry Brown has called a drought emergency and asked California […]

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What Does Green Plumbing Mean?

You might be wondering what being green has to do with plumbing. Green plumbing is actually very important. Our natural resources are limited, not only in California, but around the country and abroad. Conserving water can help us with our reservoirs, but can also help with air pollution and other resources such as electricity, gas […]

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Save Money and Water with High Efficiency Toilets

Toilets are by far the main source of water used in a home, accounting for nearly 30 percent of a home’s average indoor water consumption! Older toilets that are inefficient use as much as 6 gallons per flush and waste a lot of water in many homes. But how much water your toilet actually needs to flush […]

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