Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

3 Ways Your Plumber Can Help You Cut The Costs Of Your Water Bill

Darlene Stanley

Your water bill may not be the biggest expense you have rolling in every month, but it is definitely one that can grow way out of hand if left unchecked. While most homeowners will take the route of trying to track down ways to save on water on their own, you could always call on a plumber for help just the same. With the professional plumber's insight and knowledge into waterworks and modern fixtures, you may be a little surprised at how easy it is for this person to find you some ways to save on water every month. 

Your plumber can help you find efficient water-related appliances. 

Your hot water heater, dishwasher, and even your washing machine are all examples of appliances you have hanging out in your home that use water. In fact, these appliances can be some of the biggest water consumers in the house. If you want to see those numbers on your water bill start to fall, talk to a plumber about changes you could make. The plumber can take a look at current appliances and give expert advice about new versions that are available or changes that can be made to cut usage. Plus, if you buy the new appliances, your plumber can help get them set up and connected. 

Your plumber can help you get serious about water conservation with new bathroom fixtures. 

If there is one room in the house that sees the most water usage in most homes, it is the bathroom. From washing hands to taking showers and flushing the toilet, there are all kinds of ways water is used in this necessary room. If you are trying to be more conservative about how much water you use in your bathroom, a plumber can help you find efficient fixtures that can drastically trim usage. For example, an outdated toilet manufactured before 1992 (which is when standards were changed) can use as much as 3.5-7 gallons of water with every flush, which can definitely add up through the day. 

Your plumber can give a thorough evaluation of plumbing lines outside. 

Sadly, many homeowners spend more on water every month for water that never actually makes it into the house. Water leaking out from main delivery lines is especially possible in older homes because the lines beneath the ground can be in bad shape. Your plumber, such as from The Clean Plumbers, can do a thorough assessment of the delivery lines outside and let you know if there are any leaks that should be fixed. 


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Avoiding the Wet Dog Look

During the summer months, I enjoy taking care of my outdoor plants and flowers. Because I live in the southern United States, my vegetation needs water almost daily. Thankfully, I have a convenient outdoor faucet connected to my home. However, I recently endured some problems with this source of water. When I turned on the faucet, I was greeted with a forceful spray of water going in all directions. Before I could gather my senses and turn the water off, I resembled my dog after she jumps into a pool of water. To avoid the wet dog look in the future, I plan to hire a professional plumber to take care of my faulty faucet. On this blog, you will learn about the benefits of securing a reputable plumber to repair your problematic faucets.