Plumbing vs. Power Outage

power outage

Hydration, personal hygiene, cooking, cleaning, and waste removal are all made possible with water; but what happens when the power goes out? In most cases, power outages will come and go in the blink of an eye. However, it’s not unheard of for outages to last days or even weeks, putting both a property and […]

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The Importance of Benchmarking Water Use

benchmarking water

Water plays an integral role in operations for commercial buildings, multifamily communities and manufacturing spaces. As such, it’s important to understand water usage patterns to ensure efficiency and reduce liabilities. In recent years, benchmarking has become the standard for energy monitoring as costs, and associated environmental and sustainability issues have raised awareness around the importance […]

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Spring Trade Show Information

spring trade show

With spring just around the corner, we’re looking forward to another exciting season of trade shows! Visit our booth at one of the shows listed below to learn how you can save with WaterSignal. Our smart water conservation solution provides remote access to your real time water data so you can keep tabs on your […]

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WaterSignal Provides Solution to San Jose, Calif. Building Owners Facing New Performance Ordinance

ordinance

To reduce life-cycle costs, curb building emissions, and achieve critical goals outlined in the Climate Smart plan, the city council of San Jose, Calif. recently voted to adopt an energy and water building performance ordinance. Beginning May 1, 2019, owners of existing commercial and multifamily buildings over 20,000 square feet in size will be required […]

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The Benefits of Real Time Water Monitoring for Senior Living Communities

senior living

Be it an assisted or active senior living community, rest assured, water plays an integral role in daily operations. In addition to water fountains, restrooms, showers, and kitchen facilities, senior living communities require water for sanitation and sterilization. Without access to real time water data, a catastrophic or slow moving leak can easily remain undetected, […]

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How to Prevent and Thaw Frozen Pipes

frozen pipes

With temperatures reaching record lows in parts of the country, it’s important to be aware of the cold weather’s impact on your building’s water pipes. Frozen pipes commonly occur in places exposed to the elements such as outdoor hose bibs, and water supply lines in unheated interior areas like basements, crawlspaces, and even kitchen cabinets. As […]

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6 Ways to Streamline Water Conservation in Commercial Buildings

commercial buildings

Commercial buildings by nature are large water users. While agriculture, power generation, and manufacturing account for a significant portion of water consumption in the U.S., commercial buildings are not far behind. In addition to incentive programs and tax breaks, commercial buildings can save valuable resources by following these streamlined water conservation methods: 1. Install low-flow […]

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