Are you looking for ways to conserve water? Residents can save money on their water bills by making small adjustments to their daily habits. Let’s take a moment to explore a few household water conservation ideas to begin making a difference today.
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The kitchen is the hub of activity and also a major source of water waste. Small changes can make a huge difference.
Purchasing a high-efficiency washer can save as much as 16 gallons of water per load. However, if a new appliance purchase isn’t in your budget, there are still ways you can save money and conserve water in the laundry room.
Water usage in bathrooms can get out of control quite quickly. It is hands down the costliest room in a home. With a little bit of conscious effort, you can control the amount of water you use when taking a shower or brushing your teeth.
Ideally, rainwater would be used to water lawns, gardens, and flowerbeds. Unfortunately, with the drought conditions this isn’t always possible. If you must water your lawn, keep these tips in mind.
For a repetitive action to become a habit it usually takes 21 days. To develop better water conservation habits, consider making small changes a little bit at a time. Start with something simple like turning the water off when you brush your teeth for 21 days and then the next 21 days add another action. In no time at all, you’ll be saving thousands of gallons of water and reducing your water bill in the process. For additional conservation tips, call a Rooter Hero Plumbing associate or read through our other informational blog posts.
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$95 (Reg $195) up to 6 feet. Your dryer's exhaust system can get clogged with lint, which will keep your dryer from functioning properly. As a result the dryer will take longer to dry clothes, and it will also increase your electric bill and create a fire risk.
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Eliminating dust, dirt, and microbial growth from your duct work can improve indoor air quality while maintaining a cleaner home and increasing HVAC efficiency.