Water Conservation Tips

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by BlueMountain

Blue Mountain Plumbing, Heating & Cooling
www.BlueMountainService.com

There is no denying that water is a basic necessity. Think about how many times a day you turn on the water in your home. It’s a lot, right? This is due to the fact that a lot of daily activities require water. You are probably wasting an astronomical amount of water without even realizing it. Luckily, there are steps you can take to conserve water in your home.

Don’t Leave the Water Running
A lot of people get in the habit of letting the water run. When you are brushing your teeth or washing the dishes, only turn on the water when you need to. This can drastically cut down on the amount of water you use.

Go with the Low Flow
Advances in technology have benefited the water conservation movement. Low flow toilets and shower heads conserve water while saving you money on your water bill. It’s a win-win situation!

Check for Leaks
Leaky faucets are easy to spot (and hear). Leaky toilets, on the other hand, usually don’t make any noise. That is why many homeowners do not even know that their toilet is leaking. Inspect each bathroom in your home for leaks. The professional plumbers can patch up a leak for you in no time!

We are not your average plumber. We are fully licensed, insurance and have many years in the residential plumbing industry. If you need a plumber in Augusta or Rockingham County, call 877-280-5777.

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