Smart Tip: Ways to Cut Your Water Heating Bills

According to energysavers.gov, water heating is the 3rd largest energy expense in your home, and it accounts for about 12% of your utility bill. There are four ways to cut your water heating bills:

1. Use less hot water

2. Turn down the thermostat on your water heater

3. Insulate your water heater

4. Buy a newer, more efficient model

Water Heating Tips:

  • Install aerating, low-flow faucets and shower heads
Oxygenics Elite Fixed Showerhead, Gold
Item# 9120G

Enjoy a spa-like experience every day – and reduce water consumption – with an Oxygenics Showerhead. Other low-flow showerheads simply restrict water flow. The one-of-a-kind Oxygenics Showerhead has 16 air intake ports through which air enters, is mixed with water and accelerated out. The result: an enriched shower with up to 10 times more beneficial air/oxygen that improves circulation, stimulates cell activity and promotes healthier, more youthful-looking skin. The modern gold finishing on this showerhead stylizes and enriches bathroom décor while adding elegance and flair to existing fixtures.

 

 

 

  • Repair leaky faucets promptly; a leaky faucet wastes gallons of water in a short period of time.
ConservCo DS-Combo DripStop Valve Combo Pack
Item# 31130

The DripStop® Valve replaces old-fashioned rubber washers and stops faucet leaks forever! Guaranteed for life, the DripStop Valve uses your faucet’s own internal water pressure to gently create a watertight seal. That’s why it works so much better – and lasts so much longer – than an old-fashioned rubber washer.

One thought on “Smart Tip: Ways to Cut Your Water Heating Bills

  1. Dripstop works as promised. Problem is that their Combo Pack contains 4 sizes. The largest worked for me but the packet did not identify the designation of the sizes so I would like to REORDER and cant use the specific pack because I cant tell whether I need the A or B or C or D size.
    I suspect the A is the combo and the B the smallest size, the C is next and the D Largest. Only problem is a listing for my faucet lists B and C for Central Brass and I want the LARGEST size and the list does not mention the D for Central Brass even though it is the LARGEST.. Go Figure

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