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Indoor conservation video.

Indoor Conservation

Most Florida homes were designed when utility costs were relatively inexpensive. With today’s fluctuations in energy and water costs, and with more on the horizon, we are taking a second look at how we use water and energy around the home. 

Whether you are buying a new home or renovating an existing one, there is much you can do to make your home Florida-Friendly. By making the decision to make smart choices and simple changes you can conserve water and energy as well as reduce waste. 

According to governmental sources, the average water and energy uses inside the home are as follows:

Home energy usehousehold water use

Decisions made by homeowners ultimately determine whether a population will function as a Florida-Friendly community.

  • Using Water Wisely

    Improve your water use practices and save money by following these water conservation tips.

  • Energy-Efficient Living

    Benefit from positive cash flow, improved comfort, better indoor air quality, and reduced moisture problems.

  • Managing Household Waste

    Reduce, reuse, and recycle to help limit waste.

  • Purchasing Locally Grown Food

    You'll get exceptional taste and freshness, strengthen your local economy, support endangered family farms, safeguard your family's health, and protect the environment.