You could be flushing money down the drain. These are simple ways to save money and save water. Click on the links to learn more!
A leaking faucet not only wastes water but is also a waste of money. That small drip could be adding more than $100 to your water bill each year, as well as wasting 15 gallons of water per day.
Toilet leaks can be another drain on the bank account. One way to test to makes sure you are not having potty problems is to put a few drops of food coloring in the tank of the toilets. Wait for 15 minutes and check the bowl. If the food coloring has made its way to the bowl then you leak.
Drop It Low:
As in low flow appliances! Low flow does not mean low pressure! It just means more energy efficient. Current models of toilets, showerheads, and faucets use less water than older models and save you money.
When purchasing a dishwasher and washing machine look for the ENERGY STAR rated models. Opt for cold water washes and energy saver settings. And make sure you are washing full loads.
One way to prevent having to call us is to make sure you are using your appliances and fixtures properly. Do not flush anything down the toilet besides toilet paper and human waste. Everything else will cause blockages. Even tampons and wipes! These are not flush-able even if they are marketed that they can be flushed.