Do not let money drip out of your pocket

Help the environment and save money goes along together. Do a smart choice.

Often we are not considerate to the fact that little thing makes a big thing. That is how your water bills end up higher than they should.
The water costs for Ontarians grew from 2017 to 2018 and we may expect them grew by 5% in 2019. It was already approved by the City Council.
Have you ever thought of replacing your dripping kitchen faucet or fixing a running toilet? In fact, a leaky faucet on average increases your water bill by 10%.
Multiply the amount of your bill by the number of days it was leaking and it would cost you a new faucet plus installation fees! And maybe an even more.
On the other hand, we know that the amount of fresh water on the earth is limited and if you think in a long run, that is something we all have to take care and appreciate - water.

On the other hand, we know that the amount of fresh water on the earth is limited and if you think in a long run, that is something we all have to take care and appreciate - water.
Save water means not only save money but also help the environment.
Serviceable plumbing fixtures are important not only to save you a buck but to save fresh water on our planet.
We would like all people to be thoughtful as the concern of fresh water is a problem that touches every living creature and this concern is growing every year.
Save water means not only save money but also help our environment.

Here also some tips on reducing water consumption without changing your daily routinea lot:

- Repair all leaking plumbing fixtures.

- Install low-flush or dual-flush toilets in your home

- Do not flash trash down your toilet drain, you will save some water and would not harm your drain lines. As wet wipes, paper towels and other things are not designed to be flushed and do not break apart in cold water, causing storm drain clogs.

- Showerheads are also counting, different showerheads make you use more water and some less. Low-flow showerheads use less water and still efficient to take a shower, they use under 7.6 liters of water per minute. if ready to pick one ask for assistance in your nearest hardware store.

- Do not leave the water running.

- Use eco-friendly cleaners around your house. As wastewater that goes down the sewer drain would not get contaminated.

- Grease and cooking oils never go down your drain pipe. It hardens down your drain pipe, forms tough build ups inside sewer pipe that are hard to remove with a drain snake, only power flushing machine is effective for that kind of clogs, which is quite an expensive service.
Here also some tips on reducing water consumption without changing your habits a lot:

- Repair all leaking plumbing fixtures.

- Install low-flush or dual-flush toilets in your home

- Do not flash trash down your toilet drain, you will save some water and would not harm your drain lines. As wet wipes, paper towels and other things are not designed to be flushed and do not break apart in cold water, causing storm drain clogs.

- Showerheads are also counting, different showerheads make you use more water and some less. Low-flow showerheads use less water and still efficient to take a shower, they use under 7.6 liters of water per minute. if ready to pick one ask for assistance in your nearest hardware store.

- Do not leave the water running.

- Use eco-friendly cleaners around your house. As wastewater that goes down the sewer drain would not get contaminated.

- Grease and cooking oils never go down your drain pipe. It hardens down your drain pipe, forms tough build ups inside sewer pipe that are hard to remove with a drain snake, only power flushing machine is effective for that kind of clogs, which is quite an expensive service.