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1 Important Alert

Heat Advisory

Forecasters are calling for a run of high temperatures and humidity this weekend. We are prepared for increased energy demand and will be closely monitoring the weather and our system. We also want to ensure you are prepared as prolonged temperatures of 90°F or higher can lead to heat-related illnesses. Please stay hydrated and cool and regularly check on the elderly, young children and those with chronic illnesses in your life as they are at a higher risk.

Water Heating and Conservation Tips

Being smarter about water heating is better for your energy bill and the environment. Here are a few simple things you can do to conserve and heat water more efficiently.

Conserving water and upgrading your water heating system is a great way to save energy and money throughout your building:

  • Stop leaks. Repairing even small leaks saves gallons of water and dollars each month.
  • Install water-saving aerators, faucets, showerheads, low-flow spray valves, and urinals.
  • Set a maximum water temperature. Check your local codes for specific guidelines.
  • On heaters that are more than seven years old, install an insulation blanket. On both new and old heaters, insulate the first three feet of out pipe.