Plumbing & Water Saving Tips

An average person uses about 100 gallons of water a day. You can reduce your water usage by simply modifying a few daily habits, making some simple plumbing repairs, and by utilizing water-conserving products.

Install a High-Efficiency Toilet

Approximately 30% of residential indoor water usage is consumed by toilets. Upgrade to a high-efficiency or dual-flush model to conserve water.

Install Faucet Aerators

Faucets account for roughly 15% of residential indoor water usage, so reduce water consumption by installing faucet aerators.

Stop Waiting for Warm Water

Waiting for warm water can waste thousands of gallons a year. A hot water circulator pump and timer can provide instant hot water and help reduce your overall water usage.

Stop the Leaks

A leaky faucet can be a big water drain just five drips a minute can add up to .75 gallons of wasted water a day.

Turn the Water Off

Reduce water consumption by simply turning off the water during daily activities, like when brushing your teeth or washing dishes.

Install Low-Flow Faucets

Low-flow faucets can save you up to 60% on water consumption, while delivering the same performance as standard models.

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