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Tips to Reduce Water Usage & Lower Your Bill

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Water conservation is vital and helps to ensure we have enough water to meet our needs. Moreover, saving water helps to save money on utility bills. Saving money on bills and being mindful of our water usage doesn't mean we must sacrifice our lifestyle - it just means we need to adopt a few simple water-saving practices.

1. Check for Leaks

One of the easiest ways to reduce water consumption is to detect leaks. Leaking toilets, faucets, or pipes waste plenty of water and contribute to high water bills. You can detect leaks in your toilet by adding some food dye to the tank. If the water in the bowl becomes colored within a few minutes, there is a leak in the tank. Ensure you fix any leak as soon as possible.

2. Use an Efficient Showerhead

Replacing your current showerhead with a WaterSense-labeled showerhead can reduce water consumption significantly. Using this type of showerhead helps to reduce water flow without compromising water pressure and makes for a more enjoyable shower experience. With this, you'll use much less water and save money on water bills.

3. Water Lawn Smartly

Watering your lawn efficiently plays a significant role in reducing your water usage. Watering at night or early in the morning helps to reduce evaporation. Additionally, try watering the lawn only when necessary, which could save between 750-1,500 gallons of water per month. Also, ensure that the sprinkler is directing water onto the lawn or garden and not onto driveways or sidewalks.

4. Use Sensible Water Practices In The Kitchen

There are plenty of ways to save water in the kitchen. You can fill the sink with water to wash the dishes rather than keeping the tap running. Only use the dishwasher with a full load of dishes. Also, defrost food in the refrigerator or microwave before preparing rather than using running water to defrost.

5. Reuse Water

Another easy way to conserve water is to reuse it. For instance, after boiling potatoes or pasta, save the water to use in your garden to water your plants. You can also save the water from your washing machine to use in your toilet tank for flushing.

Oklahoma City Plumbing Experts

At Hull Plumbing, Inc., we are committed to promoting water conservation and helping our customers reduce their water bills. Our team of experienced plumbers can assist you in identifying and fixing leaks, installing water-efficient fixtures, and providing additional tips to save water. Contact us today at (405) 246-9763 to learn more about our water-saving services!

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