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10 Questions You May Have About Smart Valve™ - Answered.

Many people have questions about the Smart Valve™, and we are happy to "clear the air" (😉). The...

Eliminate Water Meter Inaccuracies with Smart Valve™

Why is there inaccuracy in your water meter

It's simply a matter of the physics of delivering...

Water Conservation Ways: Fix Water metering Inaccuracies

Do you know how much you are paying (or overpaying) on monthly water bills each month? Did you...

Water Conservation Facts Everyone Should Know

Water is essential for human survival. You can survive without food for one month, but more than...

Water Conservation Ways: 4 Ways Landlords Can Save Water

Landlords are always looking for ways to save, especially when it comes to water. Not only is ...

How to Save Water and Energy

As the landlord of a large building in the Tri-state area, you know exactly how much you spend...

Exclusivity Deal Between The Water Scrooge & Water Control Management

The Water Scrooge is thrilled to announce an exclusivity deal with the Canadian water...

NYC's New Water Rates Increase (How to Avoid Paying More)

It's been called "the champagne of drinking water," and for good reason. Compared to other major...

How Landlords Can Lower Utility Bills

Landlords in New York City have it tough. By law, landlords are required to pay for their...

5 Signs Your Tenants are Using Excessive Water

Water is a hot commodity.

In New York City, the cost for 100 cubic feet of water is $10.33.

How to Reduce Water Usage Without Sacrificing Tenant Comfort?

Fun fact: Water costs have increased by 300 percent in New York City since 2000.

How Much Does a Running Toilet REALLY Cost?

People love the sound of running water. Be it babbling brooks, cascading waterfalls, or ocean...

The Myths of Low Flow Shower Head and What to Do About It

Some of life’s greatest pleasures are the simplest.

The invigorating feeling of stepping outside...

How Many Gallons of Water does a Shower Use and Why You Should Care?

Property managers at buildings where water bills are included with rent are footing the bill for...

How Much Water Does a Running Toilet Use?

One in five toilets has a leak!

While that number may surprise you, the fact of the matter is...

A Guide for Landlords to Reduce How Much Water is Used in a Shower

The average American showers for 8 minutes, consuming about 20 gallons of water each session....

How Landlords Can Overcome the Costly Results of Bad Tenant Habits?

Water is one of the highest utility costs landlords face, and it’s impossible to control this...

Revealed: The Myth of Water Saving Toilets

What do Sony Playstation, the sitcom Friends, and water saving toilets have in common?

All were...

The Real Reason Water Efficient Plumbing Fixtures Don't Save Money

Water efficient fixtures promise a lot—it's easy to see why they are so popular.

After all, who...

The 5 Best Rental Property Management Companies in NYC

Being a landlord is tough. You’re the individual responsible for your tenants’ comfort, safety,...

How to Choose the Best Apartment Maintenance Contractors

Bursting pipes. Drafty fireplaces, leaky toilets.Apartments don't stay in like-new condition...

How to Solve 4 Common Property Manager Frustrations

Being a property manager isn't always easy.

Oftentimes you're extinguishing one fire after the...

5 Easy Tips for Water Conservation in High Rise Buildings

Managing a high rise building involves many moving parts. Perhaps, the most important of them...

5 Things Great Property Managers Do That Others Don't

Historically speaking, tenants dislike property managers and property managers dislike tenants....

The Shocking Cost of Running Toilets in NYC Apartments

The crashing of ocean waves. The babbling of brooks. The pitter-patter of rain on a tin roof.

...

The 4 Best Water-Savings Devices for Large Multi-Family Buildings

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How to Know if You Are Paying Too Much for Water

When pressed, most landlords would readily admit they're paying too much for water. But how do...

4 Surprising Toilet Water Usage Facts (and Why Landlords Should Care)

I think we can all agree, the bathroom is a private place. For many working parents, sitting on ...

4 Reasons U.S. Cities Are Facing Water Infrastructure Problems

2.1 trillion gallons of water!

That's the amount of water researchers estimate is lost each year...

7 Cost-Effective Ways to Increase the Value of Multi-Family Real Estate

Forced appreciation is probably one of the coolest aspects of real estate investment. Unlike...

4 Ways to Maximize Savings When Getting Units Ready for New Tenants

While every landlord would love to have minimal unit turnover, especially from responsible...

Attention NYC Landlords: Time is Running Out on Toilet Rebates

What is it...

Time is running out to take advantage of NYC's Toilet Replacement Program.

The Shocking Truth About Tenant Shower Water Usage

Have you ever experienced the pleasure of using someone else's credit card?

Kinda nice, isn't it?

Should You Switch Your Multi-Family Building to LED Lighting?

Switch to LED lighting—it will save you money.We've all heard the claims. But do they match...

Property Owners: Identify and Fix Water Leaks Once and For All

Did you know the third week of every March is Fix a Leak Week?

Yep, that’s right! The...

3 Tips For Making Your Older Multi-Family Building Eco-Friendly (On a Budget)

Eco-friendly—it’s a buzzword that’s gone mainstream

How to Save Water and Energy at the Same Time

Water and energy use are closely linked. First, it requires energy to pull water from its source...

What Rising Water Bills Mean for Landlords in 2016

Over the past year, the cost of water rose 6% in 30 major U.S. cities. Overall, the analysts at ...