Brooklyn, New York (PressExposure) April 21, 2011 -- Earth day is here and Petri Plumbing plans to honor it by providing free water leak detection inspections to those who request them on Friday April 22, 2011. Additionally, those having green plumbing upgrades and improvements to their home systems completed on April 22nd or 23rd will receive an additional 10% discount. Other Earth Day Celebration specials include the installation of high-efficiency toilets at the low and affordable price of $75 dollars each.
Celebrated since 1970, and inspired by the 1969 Santa Barbara Oil Spill, Earth Day has long been made a point of awareness for U.S. citizens as well as on a phenomenally global level. Bringing the utmost of environmental concerns to the forefront has also long been a goal of Petri Plumbing.
Mike Petri, owner and operator of Petri Plumbing states that he pushes and promotes this effort every year because it is the right thing, the only thing to do, when it comes to promoting healthy drinking water, and up to date green technologies in the plumbing industry. Petri Plumbing always aims to go one step further by adding their own personal celebration honoring years of effort by those in the industry including his grandfather who built the business over 105 years ago.
The first Green Plumbing Service in New York City, Petri Plumbing supplies the most skilled professionals to come out and inspect your home for possible water leaks. Leaking water accounts for up to 33% of our world's most precious resource yearly. At this rate, the future looks grim indeed for maintaining a safe and clean water supply for every household in the United States without some great efforts put forth by leaders in control of our countries infrastructure, by governing parties who have the power to create legislation, and by each and every individual who ignores a leaking pipe because "It isn't that big of a leak anyway."
Without intervention, each one of those tiny leaks adds up, and continues to compound until we find ourselves in a dire place when it comes to the element we all need most to survive.