There are many ways you can save water every day. It’s not easy to find the right place to start. If you are concerned about how much water you use, you already have an advantage. These are the five steps you should take to reduce water waste in your house plumbing.

  1. Keep track of water usage

First, you should know how much water you drink and where, when and why. Get a copy of your most recent water bill. Although it won’t show you the water you used, it will tell you how much.

Next, you can move on to your day-to-day water usage. To see which days are the most water-intensive, track the numbers on the water meter. You can also use a smart water meter tracker app that will help you determine how much water each application uses. This will allow you to identify overuse and surprise usage such as a toilet using more water than you think.

  1. Add Low-Flow to Equation

Low-flow faucet aerators and showerheads can instantly reduce your water consumption. These are much more affordable than low-flow appliances and can be installed by you yourself. Low-flow showerheads can help you save a lot of money over the long term.

You can save 15 gallons per 10-minute shower if you change from a 2.5-gallon per hour head to a 1-gallon per minute showerhead. This saves water quickly.

Low-flow toilets should be your next priority if you have the funds. Toilets are the biggest indoor water users. For a family of four, a low-flow toilet could save 15,000 Gallons of water per year.

  1. Get an audit done by your plumber

An energy audit can be a great way to find out where your energy is being wasted. Similar services can be provided by a plumber for your water consumption. A plumber can inspect your water usage for leaks or drips.

A plumber can offer you suggestions on water-efficient methods of doing things. They will also discuss with your specific situation the pros and cons of water-efficient dishwashers and washing machines.

  1. Find places where you can reuse water

After you have turned off the water flow and had any leaks repaired, you can reuse it. If you wash your pots and saucepans by hand, collect the rinse water in the basin. You can use the water to flush a toilet or water a landscape bed.

There are several other places where water can be reused.

  1. Create a short-term and long-term plan

What steps can you take to reduce water consumption? How can you make them work within your budget? How can you remind yourself to reuse water and reduce water waste every day?

These five steps will help you to get a better understanding of your water consumption and make great strides towards reducing water waste. Clog Kings Plumbing can help you inspect and install low-flow plumbing fixtures.

This post was written by Joey Denick. Joey is the Owner and Operator of Clog Kings. At Clog Kings, LLC, we pride ourselves on our dedication and efficiency. We know you don’t have time to waste. That’s why we work fast to get your home or commercial building back up and running in no time. If you are looking for plumbers in St.Petersburg FL then look no further because we got you covered!

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