New App and Service is Floating Customers’ Way. Four years ago, Shane Woodley came up with an idea for an app that will revolutionize the way
that people receive their tank water.
The app, called H2Zero, provides users with their daily gallon amount in their tank, how many gallons they use on average daily and takes a snapshot of their tank every morning, informing
users how much water they used or, if it rained, gained from the previous day. It also provides customers with weekly and monthly water usage.
The app even lets users order water from the water trucks of their choice with one simple click if they are low on water. Mr. Woodley also provides tank cleanings, irrigations and tarnishing for customers.
“ Once the device is installed [in the tank], the tank will be laser-measured and tell people the length, width and depth of the tank, as well as its full capacity,” he said. “ People can also
refresh the app’s home page and see how much water the tank is collecting as it rains, right as it is being collected.”
Mr. Woodley has been using the app in his home for almost a year and working out any bugs that the service might have. In order to properly do this, he taught himself computer coding.
The entire service costs $280 a year, including tank maintenance four times a year, where the battery would be changed if needed and to check if all of the equipment is working properly and
is providing truly accurate readings.
H2Zero currently has active pages on Facebook and Instagram and there is even a website in the works. To learn more about this state-of-the-art service, people can call Mr. Woodley at
335-1013 or email H2Zerobm@gmail.com
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