Saving water is great for the planet and your water bill!
Family Handyman suggests, “These meters provide valuable information about exactly how much water you are using—even water use you may not be aware of. Use the water meter to track water use during weekdays and weekends, and look for high-use days or times.”
Replacing your appliances and toilets with water-saving options is another good bet!
There’s also the age-old trick of turning the water off when you’re not using it, like while you brush your teeth!
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