Summer Water Conservation
In continuation from our previous blog on water conservation, we have more water (and money) saving tips for this summer. This post focuses on what you can do in the bathroom to conserve water and cut down those costs. Each of these is an easy fix and will help you save!
In reference to our last post, taking a quick shower is better than soaking up in the bathtub. Each shower will save you about 30 gallons of water, adding up to almost 1,000 gallons of water per month.
Many of us keep the water running when we brush our teeth because we're either too lazy to turn it off or we think it needs to keep running for whenever we need it. While the water saved may not seem like much at an individual level, think of the savings a family could have! It's the little things that will add up to greater savings.
Finally, take a look at your toilets and see if there are any leaks! Although it may seem like a little leak is harmless, that little leak could lead to bigger problems such as damage, mildew and more. Take the time to check your plumbing fixtures. If you're having a problem, give Mr. Rooter® Plumbing a call today!