If you had a warm bath last night or if you’re drinking hot coffee this morning, you can thank a plumber. Every year on March 11th, World Plumbing Day celebrates the important role plumbing plays in the health and safety of modern society. Let’s all gear up and acknowledge the role of plumbing, which has made all this possible.
Here are a few water-saving tips that can help you reduce your water footprint.
Tips to conserve water outside your home.
- Reduce outdoor watering
- Check for broken or clogged sprinkler heads
- Install water-efficient devices
- Swap out your lawn with low-water plants
- Grab a pail and sponge to clean the car
Every person on planet Earth needs water to survive. Without it, many of us would get sick, even resulting in death. It is important to conserve water because it keeps water pure and clean, protecting the environment. Protecting water also means using our water supply wisely and being responsible.
Tips to conserve water inside your home.
- Use the washing machine fully loaded, not half full
- Do the dishes by hand, don’t let the water run from the tap
- Don’t let the faucet run while you clean vegetables
- Use the correct water-saving button on the toilet
- Get a glass of water from a tap
There are many ways to save water. Conserving water starts with you!
Gene Wagner Plumbing is dedicated to providing the highest quality service to our customers while using the most state-of-the-art, quality materials available in the marketplace. Contact us or call us at 414-541-9217.