Drywall, also known as sheet rock, is a sturdy panel used in the construction of interior walls and ceilings. Using infrared cameras and moisture meters our water damage restoration technician can see if your drywall has become wet and determine the level of moisture. This is imperative to drying out your home as quickly as possible and to help prevent any microbial growth from developing. Phoenix Water Damage is your local one-stop shop for all your water damage restoration needs and carpet repair needs. Say goodbye to dealing with multiple vendors forever! Call our office today at 602-362-4883 with any questions about our services. We are here to help.
Palo Verde is a small populated place just 6 miles southwest of Buckeye, Arizona. Palo Verde has a hot desert climate with abundant sunshine. Living in the desert, Palo Verde residents know that water conservation is a must. Making some minor habit changes can help you reduce water waste by installing improved efficiency devices and appliances into your home or business, and selecting colorful and diverse water-efficient landscaping plants. Water Conservation promotes a lifestyle that will help reduce our water bills as well as protect this precious resource for generations to come. If you feel that your monthly water bill seems higher than normal there are some possible reasons that this is happening. Some causes could be:
- Irrigation/Landscape: One of the most common causes of a water bill that is higher than normal could be caused by a broken irrigation line. You may not even be able to see that this has happened and you could be losing over 300 gallons of water per hour. Another reason of high usage could be caused by over watering your landscape.
- Water Softener/Reverse Osmosis: If your water softener is not programmed properly it can cycle hundreds of gallons per day through the system. A reverse osmosis system can use up to 5 gallons for every gallon of water it produces.
- Leak(toilet, faucets, etc.): The average toilet that is leaking can be wasting up to 6,000 gallons of water per month. Since toilet leaks are usually silent and can happen off and on you can be losing a lot of water if the leak is happening for long periods of time.
- Swimming Pool: An average size swimming pool(400 SQ FT) uses 16,000 gallons to fill and loses about 25,000 gallons each year due to evaporation and back washing. Evaporation loss in the summer can be as high as 2,500 gallons a month.