Installing A Rain Barrel At Your Home

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  • Fix It Friday - Free Water For Your Yard
  • Fix It Friday - Free Water For Your Yard
  • Fix It Friday - Free Water For Your Yard
  • Fix It Friday - Free Water For Your Yard
  • Fix It Friday - Free Water For Your Yard


Tom is a graduate of LSU College of Engineering and has worked in project and company management for more than twenty five years. Starting as a Project Engineer for an Energy company, Tom advanced through numerous levels of engineering and corporate management positions. In 1998, Tom fulfilled a long held dream of building homes and began his own construction firm.

Today, that firm, Southern Evergreen High Performance Homes, is Greensboro's exclusive builder of Southern Living Custom Homes and offers many services including Architecture, Interior Design, Real Estate and Construction.  Tom is one of only 100 builders across America to earn the Southern Living Builder designation. In addition, he hold holds several certifications including an Unlimited North Carolina General Contractor License a North Carolina Real Estate and Broker License, a nationally recognized Certified Green Professional Designation and an EPA Certified Lead Renovator Certificate.   Tom joined the Good Morning Show team with the Fix-it Friday series in 2009.

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Greensboro, NC  -  This summer has been hot and dry, and it takes a lot of water to keep your yard and flowers looking pretty. This is also the time of the year we need to conserve water. 

How do you keep your yard  and plants looking pretty, and conserve water at the same time? Installing a rain barrel is one solution. You can get them in different shapes, sizes and colors. 

Mr. Fix-It Tom Garcia shows you for less than a $100, how you can get free water for your yard and plants all year long.  

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