In an effort to be more environmentally-conscious, many homeowners have embraced green bathroom products as a means of limiting their carbon footprints and reducing their overall energy costs. According to Blast Magazine, toilets account for nearly eight gallons of water per flush, so this could be the easiest way to improve your home's water usage.
A high-efficiency toilet could be a fabulous way to give your washroom an aesthetic boost and reduce the amount of water you use each day. Most high-efficiency toilets feature a flush that uses less than two gallons each time, so you can have peace of mind that you're limiting your impact on the environment.
Additionally, there are a few changes of habits you can make to reduce your water usage. Make an effort to take shorter showers, turn off the water while brushing your teeth or shaving and make the occasional bath a special occasion.
Water usage is one of the most significant cramps in your monthly expenses, so after a few of these changes, your overall bottom line will be reduced. What water-saving suggestions do you have for those approaching a bathroom remodeling project?
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