Inside the Home
Whether old or new, there is something you can do to save water.
Water, Water, Everywhere
Yes, this goes for inside our homes too. Even though appliances such as toilets, sinks, clothes washers, and dishwashers appear small, they can waste big.
Imagine a milk jug filled with water. This is one gallon. Just one dripping faucet can waste 8 milk jugs of water a day.
Sometimes we forget the impact we can also make inside our homes, so we are here to help you see the opportunities within. Let's dive in.
More Ways to Save Indoors
Replace an appliance, get a rebate
Check if you qualify for money back on your water bill, in addition to saving water, with our residential water conservation rebate program.
Watch for leaks
Turn off all appliances using water inside and outside of your home. Check your water meter. If the red dial is still spinning – there is water being used somewhere.
Purchase high efficiency appliances next time you are due for an upgrade. The upfront money you spend will ultimately save your pocketbooks in the long run.
Look and listen
Notice your water usage increasing? Review this helpful guide to do a full inspection of your household appliances and plumbing.
Check for leaking toilets
You can save 1-7 gallons per flush. All you need is a couple of minutes and food dye to test!
Improve the flow of your water while saving with aerators on faucets. A very inexpensive but effective method to save water and improve quality!
“To make sure we have enough, we have to conserve water.”
Water Force Member