You may not realize it, but at any given time, there are tons of techniques that you can utilize to help you conserve water, and save money in the process. We’d love to help you out, so we’ve put together some of our favorite tips that you can begin to implement right now. Just take a look:
Check for Leaks
A small leak may not seem like a big deal, but even a very slow drip will quickly add up over time. The first thing you should do is go through your home and fix any leaky pipes or faucets.
Switch to Low-Flow Toilets
Older toilets are notorious for wasting a whole bunch of water, usually at the rate of 3-5 gallons per flush. A low-flow toilet will use half that amount, thereby lower your utility costs.
Cut Down on Your Shower Time
Being in a hot shower feels fantastic, but you really need to limit your shower time to less than five minutes. And, of course, four minutes would be even better.
Don’t Run the Water While Brushing Your Teeth
We’re all guilty of running the water while brushing, and it wastes a huge amount of water. The fix is easy — turn off the faucet.
Wait For Full Loads
Whether you need to wash either dishes or clothes, make sure you wait until you have a full load. This will ensure that you’re getting the maximum amount of work done with the least amount of water.
Lower the Water Usage on Your Lawn
Your law is probably the biggest culprit of water usage. If you hate the idea of it turning brown, consider switching to artificial grass.
Turn Off the Water When Washing Your Car
If you wash your car at home and keep the water running, you’ll waste several gallons each time. Turn it off and this won’t happen.
For more expert advice on how to save money and conserve water, please don’t hesitate to contact the professionals at Sherlock Heating & Air Conditioning. We’ve been serving the needs of North San Diego and the surrounding area since 2002.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in the greater San Diego and San Marcos, California area about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
Credit/Copyright Attribution: “Name”