Things To Do To Lower Your Bill
Leaks not only waste a lot of water, but they also waste a lot of money - especially leaks that occur in toilets. Click on leaks to learn how to locate a leak, calculate the amount of water being wasted, read customer experiences regarding leaks, and find easy and economical repair suggestions.
Sprinkling Practice / Outdoor Conservation
Learn about sprinkling and lawn care tips. Learn how much water your grass and vegetable gardens really need. Receive information about rain harvesting and rain gardens. In addition, find out what you can do to conserve water in regard to your pool/spa and vehicles.
Install Aerators/Low-Flow Showerheads/Toilet Displacement Devices/
For approximately $35, the average homeowner can install low-flow aerators on faucets, install two low-flow showerheads, and put a toilet displacement bottle in the toilet tank. This will help you conserve water and lower your water bill.
Purchase High Efficiency Appliances That Use Less Water
Whether you're in the process of remodeling, replacing old appliances, or buying appliances for the first time, remember high-efficiency appliances conserve water and, at the same time, save you money on both your water and energy bills.
Develop And Practice Daily Conservation Habits
Here are some more great water-saving ideas that we all can implement into our daily lives. These ideas will help conserve water and lower water bills. Remember, every little bit helps.