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Many Sarasota, Florida, homeowners do not realize that their home’s plumbing may not be as efficient as it could be. They don’t realize that there are easy changes they can make to reduce their water usage and thus lower their water bills. The following guide provides a few tips on ways you can update your plumbing to use water more efficiently.

Invest in the Right Appliances

There are now appliances available on the market that are designed to use as little water as possible. Washers, dishwashers, and even refrigerators have built-in systems that regulate how much water is being used at all times to ensure that everything is being done as efficiently as possible.

Invest in New Toilets

Old, outdated toilets use a lot of water when you flush them. There are more efficient options available that use a lot less water when you flush. A dual flush toilet is the best option because it provides you with the ability to use a small amount of water for most uses and a larger amount of water when it is really needed.

Install Great Shower Heads

Having the right shower head in your shower can make a world of difference when it comes to how much you pay in your water costs each month. Old shower heads can become clogged and worn over time. This restricts the amount of water that can come out of them and can make showering difficult. Updating them with new shower heads ensures that everyone has the right amount of water when they shower. This can help reduce the amount of time people spend showering and lower your water usage.

When you’re ready to update different aspects of your home to use water more efficiently, we can send a technician to provide you with detailed information for the options that are available and an estimate for what each option will cost. Contact Aqua Plumbing by visiting our website or give us a call today at (941) 306-3715.

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