In-Building Water Conservation Tips

water conservation tips

Plumbing system integrity is not something that we often think about. And although plumbing systems are highly prone to inefficiencies and leaks, the famous proverb “out of sight, out of mind” often holds water. Protect your investment, the environment and your budget with these in-building water conservation tips: Restrooms • Install low flow fixtures and […]

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WaterSignal Announces Two Promotions, Boosting Operations and Quality Control

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WaterSignal is pleased to announce the promotion of Jennifer Cannon to Vice President of Operations. Her primary responsibilities include supervising the deployment of WaterSignal systems by field technicians, data analysis, and device troubleshooting. “Over the past 8 years, Jennifer has worked hard and dedicated herself to the growth and success of WaterSignal. We are happy […]

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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

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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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