Nobody likes dealing with high utility bills when you’ve moved into a new home and especially when you’re a small family.

Where did the water go?

How much water did we use?

Is there a pipe leakage somewhere?

These are just some questions that pop into your head when you’re dealing with such a frustrating problem. But with summers here and our water intake going up, the expenses are bound to go up too!

But that doesn’t mean you have to deal with the problem for the next couple of months. There are measures you can take to save water and reduce your utility bills. Here’s what you can do:

Aerators

One of the reasons why new faucets are so good is because they put aerators to good use. One of the perks of aerators is that they reduce the amount of water flow through the faucet, without compromising on the overall performance.

What aerators do is they filter a single flow of water into multiple locations, while injecting air into different streams. What this does is help maintain the water pressure but forces the faucets to use less water.

Upgrade Your Plumbing Fixtures

Upgrading your plumbing fixtures is an excellent way to save water. If you’ve bought a house that has not been upgraded in several years, chances are there’s a leakage somewhere. This problem could be an internal one so it can be difficult finding the main cause of the leakage but a professional can help.

Hire a Professional

Hiring a professional can help your identify the problem before it causes flooding. A professional has the tools and resources to help you get to the bottom of the problem.

They come equipped with the latest technology and can also use a camera to explore areas that are hard to reach. They will also be able to tell you why your water bills have gone up.

It could be related to a leaky pipeline or it could be related to faulty faucets.

If you need consultation or are looking for a plumbing service in Florida, don’t fret it.

Your 1 Plumber offer quality residential plumbing Ocean Ridge FL, Deerfield Beach and other locations across Florida. They also deal with water leak detection and repair and use top-quality materials to ensure you get the best value for your money!

So what are you waiting for? Feel free to call us at 561-403-1500!