How to Reduce Water Costs
After home heating and cooling, heating water is likely the single most expensive use of domestic energy and probably the greatest source of waste. In addition, some municipalities are considering additional fees for supplying household water. As a result, many homeowners are now facing increased costs for the supply of water, plus rising costs for the energy to heat it. Fortunately, there are a few simple things that can be done right away to reduce the cost of hot water in your home.
1) Install water reduction showerheads and aerators.
2) Reduce the temperature selection on your hot water tank or system. Lower the settings on your dishwasher and washing machine (see your manuals) and use them only when full.
3) Change your domestic habits to use less hot water by avoiding deep, hot baths and reducing the hot water flow in your shower. (Reducing the cold water in proportion to the hot will help maintain your preferred water temperature.
4) Replace washers on hot water faucets that show signs of leakage.
By doing these simple things, you can reduce your water consumption and costs substantially!
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