A leaky faucet can cost you money! A leaky toilet valve can waste literally thousands of gallons of water a day, and that means money down the drain.
If you have a question about high water or electric usage, call us during business hours at 702-6498. Meanwhile, here are some more tips for conserving on your water usage at home.
Check to make sure faucets are turned off completely. Check the washer insert for wear.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions. Wash only full loads. Use the mini basket for small loads.
Turn off the faucet during brushing. Use a cup for rinsing.
Install a water flow restrictor. Turn off the water while shampooing.
Reduce flushes. Invest in a more efficient model. Add a plastic jug with clean stones to the toilet tank to displace some of the water. Don’t forget to seal the jug.
Use a bucket to soap the car first. Rinse the car with a hose that has a shut-off nozzle.
Water in early morning or late evening to minimize evaporation. Mulch around shrubs and trees to retain moisture longer. Use sprinklers that spray lower, broad drops since high, fine drops evaporate quicker.