4 Ways to Conserve Water (And Save Money)

Mr. Sewer Rooter

When it comes to being knowledgeable about the environment and our impact upon it, we’re more sophisticated than ever before. All of us have a carbon footprint, and it’s become more important than ever for us to reduce that footprint. Plus, when we use fewer resources, we save more money.

How To Conserve Water

As one of the dominant sewer cleaning companies in Los Angeles, we’re committed to doing our part for the planet. We know you are too, which is why we want to share 4 easy ways to cut back on your water consumption.

  • Invest in a water heater blanket. These blankets provide insulation to the tank to reduce heat loss, and it is a great option if the water heater is in an unheated basement or garage. This can help you conserve your water usage, as water heaters use lots of energy, and even more when heating water up.
  • Install low-flow fixtures for kitchen and bathroom faucets and showerheads. Older faucets can experience leaks, which could waste gallons of water over time. These low-flow fixtures use much less water, but still provide a satisfying amount of water pressure.
  • Replace your toilet with a dual-flush toilet. Older toilets can use twice as much water as new models, while the dual-flush toilets use much less water, depending on what you're flushing.
  • Keep your water heater, dishwasher, and washing machine clean. These appliances use lots of energy and water. By keeping them clean and replacing them every 10 years you can conserve more water.

To learn more ways to conserve your water usage, contact the Los Angeles sewer line repair and cleaning experts at Mr. Sewer Rooter today.

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