How to Cut Water Costs and Maintenance

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As a homeowner, anything you can do to reduce your monthly expenses is always appreciated. While you may have looked into reducing your cable bill or grocery bill, one thing that you should look at is your water bill. We’re going to reveal some simple methods you can use to cut your water costs and maintenance expenses throughout the coming years.

Install Water-Efficient Fixtures

We’ve come a long way in the last decade in regards to water usage. Many fixture manufacturers are producing high-efficiency items that drastically reduce home water use. Some of the most common include high-efficiency shower heads and low-flow toilets. While these fixtures do require an upfront investment, they can save you tons of money over the future decades.

Fix Those Leaks

When you own your own home, it can be overly easy to put repairing those small plumbing leaks off. Unfortunately, they’re only going to get worse and cost you more money in wasted water expenses. If you’re unable to fix the problem yourself, look into plumbing services. The quicker you fix those leaky faucets and running toilets, the less money you’ll be wasting on water expenses.

Use Faucet Aerators

When it comes to water usage, one of the fixtures in your home that uses the most amount of water throughout the day is your faucets. In many cases, the faucet spews out much more water than you really need to complete the task at hand. Faucet aerators can solve this problem. Aerators work by limiting the flow of water through your faucet. This drastically cuts down the amount of water usage throughout your home.

Consider A Tankless Water Heater

We can waste a lot of time when waiting on the hot water to come out of the shower or faucet. Think about how much water you waste waiting for that hot water to show up. When you install a tankless hot water heater, you can enjoy the faster delivery of hot water. The best part is that your home water is only heated when you require it. This decreases the energy costs associated with a traditional tank water heater system.

Cutting the water costs for your home is a worthwhile investment for any homeowner. Water is something that you’ll always be using throughout your time of living there. The above are four great places to start reducing your water-associated costs. Consider stacking multiple methods on top of one another to see more enhancing savings.


Brooke Chaplan is a freelance writer and blogger. She lives and works out of her home in Los Lunas, New Mexico. She loves the outdoors and spends most of her time hiking, biking, and gardening. For more information, contact Brooke via Facebook at facebook.com/brooke.chaplan or Twitter @BrookeChaplan


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