going green: Going Green ~ Conserving Water ~ Tips - Green Living - 10/25/09 06:51 AM
Going Green ~ Conserving Water ~ Tips - Green Living
We can all conserve water in and around the home. Conserving water is simple and inexpensive.
Fixing leaky faucets and plumbing joints can save up to 20 gallons per day per leak.
If you wash dishes by hand, use the least amount of detergent possible. This reduces rinsing time.
Instead of running the garbage disposal, which uses a lot of water, start a compost pile. You could save 50-150 gallons per month and have a great fertilizer for your garden.
Replace your old 5-7 gallon per flush toilet with a new low-flush or … (2 comments)

going green: Going Green ~ Save The Trees ~ ** Tips For Living Green ** - 10/25/09 06:48 AM
Going Green ~ Save The Trees ~ ** Tips For Living Green **
Thinking of what you can do to help ** Save The Trees ** ?  We all receive a massive amount of junk mail, catalogs we don't want and other mail we simply have no interest in.  In order to stop all this waste and lighten our trash bags, simply call the senders and tell them to remove you from their mailing lists (unwanted catalogs, insurance & credit card offers, etc., etc.).  You'll never stop it all, but you can reduce it significantly.

 
(0 comments)

going green: Living Green ****Help ! ~ Save The Trees !!! **** Going Green **** - 03/02/09 01:10 PM
Living Green ****Help ! ~ Save The Trees !!! **** Going Green ****
Thinking of what you can do to help ** Save The Trees ** ?  We all receive a massive amount of junk mail, catalogs we don't want and other mail we simply have no interest in.  In order to stop all this waste and lighten our trash bags, simply call the senders and tell them to remove you from their mailing lists (unwanted catalogs, insurance & credit card offers, etc., etc.).  You'll never stop it all, but you can reduce it significantly.

(0 comments)

going green: Going Green ~ Save The Trees ~ ** Tips For Living Green ** - 11/02/08 12:37 PM
Thinking of what you can do to help ** Save The Trees ** ?  We all receive a massive amount of junk mail, catalogs we don't want and other mail we simply have no interest in.  In order to stop all this waste and lighten our trash bags, simply call the senders and tell them to remove you from their mailing lists (unwanted catalogs, insurance & credit card offers, etc., etc.).  You'll never stop it all, but you can reduce it significantly.

(0 comments)

going green: Going Green ~ Conserving Water ~ Tips - Green Living - 11/02/08 12:31 PM
We can all conserve water in and around the home. Conserving water is simple and inexpensive.
Fixing leaky faucets and plumbing joints can save up to 20 gallons per day per leak.
If you wash dishes by hand, use the least amount of detergent possible. This reduces rinsing time.
Instead of running the garbage disposal, which uses a lot of water, start a compost pile. You could save 50-150 gallons per month and have a great fertilizer for your garden.
Replace your old 5-7 gallon per flush toilet with a new low-flush or dual flush model to save about 1,000 gallons every month
Don't … (1 comments)

going green: Living Green ****Help ! ~ Save The Trees !!! **** Going Green **** - 09/23/08 04:31 AM
Thinking of what you can do to help ** Save The Trees ** ?  We all receive a massive amount of junk mail, catalogs we don't want and other mail we simply have no interest in.  In order to stop all this waste and lighten our trash bags, simply call the senders and tell them to remove you from their mailing lists (unwanted catalogs, insurance & credit card offers, etc., etc.).  You'll never stop it all, but you can reduce it significantly.

(1 comments)

going green: Living Green **** Save Water **** "Going Green " - 09/23/08 04:28 AM

We can all conserve water in and around the home. Conserving water is simple and inexpensive.
Fixing leaky faucets and plumbing joints can save up to 20 gallons per day per leak.
If you wash dishes by hand, use the least amount of detergent possible. This reduces rinsing time.
Instead of running the garbage disposal, which uses a lot of water, start a compost pile. You could save 50-150 gallons per month and have a great fertilizer for your garden.
Replace your old 5-7 gallon per flush toilet with a new low-flush or dual flush model to save about 1,000 gallons every month
(1 comments)

going green: Going Green ~ Save The Trees ~ ** Tips For Living Green ** - 09/21/08 03:45 AM
Thinking of what you can do to help ** Save The Trees ** ?  We all receive a massive amount of junk mail, catalogs we don't want and other mail we simply have no interest in.  In order to stop all this waste and lighten our trash bags, simply call the senders and tell them to remove you from their mailing lists (unwanted catalogs, insurance & credit card offers, etc., etc.).  You'll never stop it all, but you can reduce it significantly.

(1 comments)

going green: Going Green ~ Conserving Water ~ Tips - Green Living - 09/21/08 03:40 AM
We can all conserve water in and around the home. Conserving water is simple and inexpensive.
Fixing leaky faucets and plumbing joints can save up to 20 gallons per day per leak.
If you wash dishes by hand, use the least amount of detergent possible. This reduces rinsing time.
Instead of running the garbage disposal, which uses a lot of water, start a compost pile. You could save 50-150 gallons per month and have a great fertilizer for your garden.
Replace your old 5-7 gallon per flush toilet with a new low-flush or dual flush model to save about 1,000 gallons every month
Don't … (1 comments)

 
Jim Curry, Realtor (Re/ Max Achievers)

Jim Curry

Realtor

Hagerstown, MD

More about me…

Re/ Max Achievers

Address: 222 E. Oak Ridge Dr. , Suite # 2000, Hagerstown, MD, 21740

Office: (301) 739-4800

Mobile: (301) 639-5081

Email Me



Listings

Links

Archives

RSS 2.0 Feed for this blog