Go Green. Save Green.
“Green” Plumbing and Heating innovations are available for you and your home, right now, and South West Plumbing is ready to show you what’s out there.
Environmentally conscious products and fixtures are beneficial for three reasons:
- They are good for the environment, both in the material and method of their manufacture and also in the resources they conserve.
- They are state-of the-art in look, feel, and performance.
- They can help you save money, both in your water or heating bills and in possible tax incentives and rebates. These rebates and incentives can make the choice to switch even easier.
Our customers may vary on their desire to be good to the environment and our natural resources, and it is also unlikely that everyone is interested in a state-of-the-art product. South West Plumbing understands, though, that everyone can agree on the importance of saving money. This is why we are introducing our “Go Green. Save Green.” program. We want our customers to be aware of what they didn’t know they could have, save money they didn’t know they could save, and make an earth-conscious choice, all at the same time.
Did you know that as much as 30% of your water usage is attributed to your toilet? As of now we are prepared to consult and show you options for toilet replacement that can help cut your water bill and are a great upgrade in performance as well.
Did you know you could have hot water without the tank?
Tankless water heater technologies reduce energy consumption and give you hot water on demand. On top of that, they also tend to last 2-3 times longer than a conventional water heater. There are many options and even other areas such as heating, where you can achieve the same goals of “going green”. We can also point you in the direction of how to get the best rebates and possible tax incentives, making these new installs even more affordable.
Call us today to schedule an appointment with a trained technician, and when you call remember to say that you are interested in South West Plumbing’s “Go Green. Save Green.” program.