More Ways to Save Water and Energy

More Ways to Save Water and Energy

There are many ways that San Diego residents can conserve water and save energy in their home. Living in San Diego, homeowners are already aware of the fact that the area does not receive a lot of rainfall throughout the year. As a result, water conservation is undoubtedly important. In fact, there are even times that the state will impose mandatory water conservation from all residents. However, there are some steps all of us can take to help decrease how much water we use whether or not water conservation is mandated. At the same time, we can help conserve energy, reducing our home’s carbon footprint.

The first and most important way to help save water throughout the home is to ensure a properly working water pressure regulator. Although plumbing in San Diego should include a properly installed pressure regulator, that does not guarantee they are all in proper working order. Thankfully, our plumbers at Bill Howe can help ensure the effectiveness of your water pressure regulator, inspecting it to make sure the valves are all working properly.

One thing a San Diego homeowner can do in an attempt to conserve water is to adjust the water pressure on their regulator. By doing so, this will decrease the amount of pressure going to faucets, shower heads and various taps, which will ultimately save water in the home and help conservation efforts. Also, high-efficiency toilets will use less water and less energy, which not only helps with environmental conservation efforts, but with lowering monthly water and utility costs.

Experts at Bill Howe can help with any issues related to plumbing. San Diego residents should know how to save water and energy, and after 30 years of providing exceptional services in plumbing in San Diego, we can educate you on all the ways to save. So, when it comes to plumbing in San Diego turn to the leaders at Bill Howe.

To schedule an appointment or receive a free estimate for anything related to your plumbing, San Diego residents please contact us at 1-800-BILL-HOWE (1-800-245-5469).


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