Ways You Can Lower Your Water Bill

There is nothing as satisfying as being able to lower your bills and debt, especially if you need that extra money! But, being able to save money and save the earth, there’s nothing quite like it! Here are 5 ways you can lower your water bill and save water!


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  1. Repair Leaks

Drip-drop. Hearing a leaking faucet at night can be really annoying but it can also make your water bill increase significantly. In fact, when the drip is continuous, it can lead to losing a few gallons of water in a day, which can be excessive in a month! The solution? Call a plumber as soon as you see or hear a leak. And if you’re not sure why your water bill is so high, it can be due to a leak that you may not be aware of. Try to have a leak inspection at least once every 3-5 months to be sure that every pipe is okay and you aren’t wasting water!

  1. Install Low-Flow Toilets

What are low-flow toilets? A low-flush toilet is a flush toilet that uses significantly less water than traditional high-flow toilets. But, do they really help you save money? The EPA estimates that you can save as much as $110 per year on your water bills by switching to a low-flow toilet. You’ll likely recoup your initial investment relatively quickly, and a low-flow toilet can last up to 30 years without being replaced! Talk about saving money and water!

  1. Install Faucet Aerators

A faucet aerator improves the flow of water and helps it feel softer to the touch. By introducing small bubbles to the water, the faucet aerator allows the faucet to run longer while using less water. It’s actually a win-win situation: it increases the performance and you save money on your water bill!

  1. Take Shorter Showers

Nothing is quite as relaxing as taking a hot and long shower but, taking them every single day can increase your water bill by a lot. In fact, if you can reduce the time you spend in the shower by only 4 minutes, you can reduce your water usage by up to 4000 gallons of water annually!

  1. Use Your Dishwasher More

Hand-washing your dishes can seem faster sometimes but you actually use way more water! By washing dishes the “original” way, you actually use 6 gallons of water! But when you use your dishwasher, you only use 2 gallons of water! Of course, saving water only happens if you wash dishes only once a day and not 6 times per day just because you use different dishes throughout the day.

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From cutting your showers to calling a plumber to check your leaks at least once every 3-4 months, there are so many ways you can save money on your water bill and save water! For more information on how you can save water and help your wallet, contact Local Service Pro Plumbing today!

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