Upgrade Your Appliances
Energy efficient washers, dryers and dishwashers are ideal for areas where drought is common. Eco-friendly appliances use less water and help conserve power.
Irrigation timers, drip irrigation systems and retrofitting household faucets with aerators help reduce excess water use.
Replace Your Fixtures
WaterSense products such as low flow toilets, faucets and shower heads can help your household substantially cut down on your water use during harsh droughts.
From water-efficient bathroom fixtures to water-conserving dual-flush toilets, bathrooms are increasingly designed with eco-friendly features in mind.
Smart Planet drought tolerant plants are an ecologically friendly line that requires less water than typical plants. In this video, see the history of this company & how these plants were created to be less dependent on water.
When a region is struck by extreme heat and drought, damage to outdoor vegetation and a strain on water resources can result. The Home Depot offers helpful information in coping with these conditions, including how to protect your lawn and how to cool your home effectively. The Home Depot also offers helpful tips for water conservation, and products that can assist in saving water. You'll find information on the best drought-tolerant plants, tips for maintaining a lush lawn all season and information on buying and using a rain barrel to conserve water. Also, you'll find information on products that will help you keep your home comfortable, such as air conditioners, ceiling fans and portable fans. Let The Home Depot be your resource for battling extreme heat and drought.