Thursday, August 13, 2015
Does your monthly water bill drill a big hole in your pocket? Budgeting your monthly income can be extremely hard, but there are simply things that you cannot give up. A good example of this is proper heating. While some items may be simply necessary and need to be prioritized, however, this doesn’t mean that you can’t cut down on those costs. Here are a few tips for reducing your water utility bills without sacrificing your comfort. Smart Showering Be smart when you use the shower. Turn it off while you’re soaping or shampooing. Avoid turning the knob to full pressure if you don’t need to, and keep your baths as short as possible. You can also try installing low-flow showerheads and faucet aerators to save 25% to 60% on water consumption.
Due to the expensiveness of safe potable water, many have turned to private wells for an additional water source. Keeping a private well can be very advantageous for a homeowner. Maintaining one, however, is not an easy task. The quality and safety of the water largely depends on how well it is managed and maintained. Bacteria and contaminants can easily find their way into your water system if the system is not maintained properly. Hard water and mineral build-up (while not dangerous) may affect the taste and quality of the water as well