Water Conservation in the Home #infographic

Water Conservation in the Home #infographic

Water conservation is a hot topic for a few distinct reasons, mainly environmental and economic. Although water conservation can be a domestic issue, there are tiny ways you can make a difference at local level throughout the Southern Vancouver Island area. Through making small changes to conserve water in your home, you can help reduce water use, which also saves money on your water bill! With these 6 tips, give our plumbers a try at home.

Covering your pool while you are not using it helps to reduce evaporation and preserve the temperature of the water. In investing in a proper pool cover, you can reduce the need for substitute water by more than 50 percent! If you have a chlorine bath, the heating and chemical costs will also be reduced.

Whether you're brushing your teeth, washing your hands, making meals, or rinsing vegetables, make sure you shut off your tap while not actively using it. It sounds like the smallest change, but you can save a lot of water!Did you find a small leak or drip in your faucet or pipe? It may seem like a little trickle, but if these leaks are left unchecked, they could waste huge amounts of water each year. The best thing to do is to patch these leaks as soon as you find them (this also helps to reduce exposure to water at home!).

Water Conservation in the Home #infographic

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