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Did you know that bathrooms are the largest water users in your home? They account for more than half of all indoor water usage. Giving your bathroom a mini-makeover by installing a WaterSense labeled toilet, faucet and shower head can save your household about 7000 gallons annually, that’s enough water to wash six months worth of laundry!

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A full bath tub requires about 70 gallons of water, while taking a five-minute shower uses 10 to 25 gallons. If you’re taking a bath put the stopper in right away and adjust the water as the tub is filling.

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Trees and shrubs have a deeper root system and require longer but less frequent watering than lawns and shallow rooted plants. You can check with your local extension service for advice on the amount and frequency of water needed in your area.

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Using mulch around shrubs and plants not only reduces evaporation but helps eliminate weeds

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Keep a pitcher of water in the fridge for a quick summer refreshment instead of running tap water until it’s cold.

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Peak water usage always increases in the summer. We water our lawns, wash our cars, fill backyard pools etc. I’m going to be offering some tips to help save water use during the summer months so keep coming back here to see what you can do to help.

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Here’s a nice video from Delta Faucets giving a quick explanation of what the WaterSense program is and how their faucets earn the WaterSense label.

We’re very proud to be WaterSense partners and we use and recommend Delta Faucets. If you’d like to learnĀ  more about WaterSense and/or Delta Faucets we have links on our website. And if you’d like to purchase a new Delta WaterSense labeled faucet, we can help you there too, give us a call!!

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http://www.deltafaucet.com/company/green/

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