Save Money With Water



Water is something that we cannot live without. Nevertheless, excessive water use can be really expensive and easily add up your water bill. Fortunately, there are ways that you can save money.

Wash Clothes On Cold - By washing your clothes in cold water you will be able to save 50%. You can save even more (15%) by setting your dryer to the moisture sensor instead of using the timer.

Lower The Water Temperature - Make sure that your water heater is set to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. Even if you don't have a temperature gauge on your water heater, you can still turn it down. Simply dial down until your water feels hot, not scalding. Before you go too low though, make sure that your dishwasher has a booster heater to help it get back to 140 degrees, which is necessary to clean your dishes properly.

Plug Up The Leaks - You will want to make sure that you don't have any leaky faucets in your home because just one can waste 2,700 gallons of water per year. It is also a good idea to make sure that your toilet isn't leaking either. The best way to check this out is by putting a drop of food coloring into your toilet's tank. If it shows up in your bowl, then it is leaking and can waste as much as 200 gallons of water per day.

Make All Your Faucets Low Flow - By retrofitting your faucets you can save 4 gallons of water per minute. These will only cost around $3 for faucets and $20 for showerheads and will allow you anywhere from 1 gpm to 2 gpm. It just takes a few twists of the wrist and you will be saving 25% to 60% on water and 50% on electricity.

Hand Wash Dishes - Wash your dishes by hand and when you do use the dishwasher, allow the dishes to air dry. You can save a lot of money because it takes so much water (both in water and electricity) to run the dishwasher.

Use Water Filters - Invest in a filter so that you can drink tap water instead of paying for bottled water.

Turn Off The Tap - Another very easy method to save on water bills is to turn off the tap when you're brushing your teeth. Leaving it on for the duration of the brush can add up over the course of a year.

Many ways of saving water are common sense and most of the time it's about breaking old habits and getting into new ones, which is never easy. But once you do, you'll soon notice a big difference in your all round water usage and water bill.

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