Before you install a rooftop antenna or satellite dish, be sure it is away from any power lines. It's best to locate antennas and dishes where they won't touch or fall on electrical lines if they happen to be blown off. Also, be sure to properly ground them to avoid any electrical damage to your home and appliances.
When you replace a toilet, install a low-consumption model or a water saver. Standard toilets use 5 to 7 gallons per flush; “water-savers” use 3 to 4 gallons per flush; and new low-consumption models use 1.6 gallons, or less per flush. Until you replace your toilet, put a plastic bottle filled with water in the tank to cut down on water needed for a flush.