Here are five simple things you can do to save money on your water bill.
Shower or Bath?
A twenty-five-minute shower uses as much water as it takes to fill a bathtub. Conserving hot water, which takes energy to heat, also helps reduce your electric bill.
Always Fill Up Your Dishwater, Washing Machine
Always run your dishwasher and washing machine with a full load. This will use less water during the day and conserve electricity.
Upgrade to Efficient Fixtures
Installing efficient showerheads, faucets, and toilets will significantly reduce water consumption. Some of these are easy to install, while others may need a professional service.
Check for Leaks
Check around toilets, faucets, and showerheads. Even a small leak over time can cost you a lot of money.
Install an Efficient Water Heater
A high-efficiency water heater uses up to 50% less energy than a typical one.