Want to save on your water bill? Here are some tips. *Running tap water to cool it off for drinking or to heat it up is wasteful *Wetting your toothbrush, then turning off the faucet while you brush can save up to 8 gallons of water a day *A full bathtub takes up to 70 gallons of water, a five minute shower uses 10-25 gallons of water *To find out if your toilet has a leak, drop a little food color in the tank, if the color shows up in the toilet bowl within 30 minutes-you know you have a leak *Watering landscaping uses a lot of water. The average home uses 30% of its water for outdoor irrigation. It is best to water your gardens and outdoor landscaping early in the morning or in the evening as there will be less evaporation from the sun. *Remember, saving water helps our environment and maintains a healthy water supply. De Hart Plumbing Heating and Cooling, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas, Wamego Kansas and some surrounding areas.
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