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A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Friday, October 26, 2018
A Change of Season Requires Outdoor Watering Changes

The changing of the seasons is beautiful with the amazing colors of the Fall foliage. With the arrival of the new season, accompanied by cooler, moist weather, Sally-Save-Water® recommends that you change your landscape watering schedule. Outdoor plants simply require less water during the Fall season. 

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Happy New Year...Let’s Make 2018 a Great Year!

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Tuesday, January 09, 2018
Happy New Year...Let’s Make 2018 a Great Year!

As a new year begins everyone likes to make a new year’s resolution...even if only for fun or as mine usually last...a day. But, seriously, we need to consider a personal/family resolution about our water use habits. 

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How Many A Day Do You Use?

Posted by: Diana Lowery
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
How Many A Day Do You Use?

At home? At work?

Do you know family members or co-workers who grab a clean cup or glass every time they get a drink? 

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