5 Ways to Lower Your Water Bill

5 Ways to Lower Your Water Bill

Mar 29, 2018


5 Ways to Lower Your Water Bill

Ways to Lower Your Water BillSave money on your utility bills.

Saving money on your utilities is one of the best ways to create a situation in which you add up money over time. While a couple dollars every month may not seem like a lot of money to save each month, the reality is that those savings add up over the months and years. To better the planet and your wallet by saving water, check out these tips. Only wash full loads with your dishwasher and laundry washer. A partial load can use the same amount of water, but you will be washing more often. Fill the machines up to their maximum to get the most out of every cycle. Use a low-flow showerhead. Low-flow showerheads control how much water is pumped out per minute and can cut your shower water usage in half! While you're at it, cut down on how long you shower for. Fix dripping taps and leaks. Water dripping from pipes and appliances may not seem like an issue, but the amount of water that leaks out can be impressive. Fix leaks now to save water instantly. Water your lawn at night or early morning. This allows the water to sink into the ground without evaporating in the mid-day heat. Also, avoid over-watering. Plan your water schedule according to how much watering your lawn actually needs. Replace your toilet with a low-flow model or install a device that limits how much water is flushed. Often, you don't need that much to effectively flush the toilet. With a few simple tips, you can save money every month. To find the best home insurance policy to fit your needs, contact Bell Black Insurance today.  We serve all insurance needs for those in Idaho Falls, Island Park, Driggs, Victor, Swan Valley, Ashton, and the neighboring communities in Idaho, as well as Jackson and Star Valley in Wyoming.