With the state's severe drought continuing, Keyrenter Silicon Valley Property Management published a new report on how landlords and tenants can save water at rental properties. Available now at — www.keyrentersiliconvalley.com, the new guide includes a number of specific, simple tips that have been proven to make a difference. As the area's leading Property management company, Keyrenter Silicon Valley provides full-service solutions that go far beyond the basics. The company's new, free report on effective, rental-property water conservation techniques reflects its continuing drive to find new ways to serve its clients at an even higher level.
"While the drought remains an extremely serious issue, the people and businesses of California have been making some admirable progress with regard to water conservation," Keyrenter Silicon Valley owner-operator Chapin Hemphill said, "The fact is that there are plenty of great ways for property owners and tenants to help, too. Our new guide to residential water conservation includes a number of approaches that have proven their value over the years. With every little effort adding up, we think this report is going to be useful to a great many people."
With California's years-long drought intensifying to the point that the continued viability of many water supplies is in doubt, water conservation has become an increasingly important topic. Even with near-average precipitation totals this past winter bringing some hope to Northern California, it has become clear that continuing conservation efforts will be necessary.
A recent California Water Boards report included encouraging news of this kind, with statewide water usage totals for April reflecting a 26.1 percent reduction compared to 2013. Enough water was saved statewide over the past eleven months, in fact, to supply nearly one-fifth of the state's population for a full year.
The new Keyrenter Silicon Valley report details how renters and property owners in Santa Clara County can easily make valuable contributions of their own. Including eight straightforward tips, each of which can produce significant, enduring conservation results, the new guide is available now at the Keyrenter Silicon Valley website. As the area's leading full-service property manager, Keyrenter Silicon Valley regularly tackles the toughest challenges for the benefit of its clients.
About Keyrenter Silicon Valley Property Management:
Keyrenter Silicon Valley is Santa Clara County's leading provider of comprehensive property management solutions, coupling unwavering reliability and deep expertise with advanced marketing, maintenance, and tenant relations skills.
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