7 Ways to Save On Your Water Heating Bill
Posted on August 5th, 2016
Water Heater Savings Tips:
Cut Down on Shower Time – A long shower might be a luxury, but cutting down on your shower time can help you save on your water heating bill.
Set Your Water Heater to 120 Degrees F – Many water heaters come preset at a higher temperature, however, dropping your thermostat to 120 degrees F is warm enough to keep your water hot, while saving money.
Fix Leaky Faucets – Leaky faucets aren’t just a problem for your plumbing, they can also leave you with a higher bill at the end of the month. According to the Department of Energy, a faucet leaking 1 drip per second can waste 259 gallons of water per month!
Insulate Your Storage Tank – If you have a traditional water heater tank, you can insulate the tank to help keep the heat from escaping.
Insulate Your Plumbing Pipes – Insulate the pipes leading to and from your water heater. This will help keep the heat energy inside and leave you with a more efficient water heater.
Don’t Let the Water Run – Turn off the water when brushing your teeth and washing dishes.
Consider An Upgrade – New water heaters do a better job at saving energy and money than older models. If your water heater is 10 years old, you might be due for a new one.
If you have any questions about your water heater or you run into any problems with your system, our professional plumbing technicians are here to help. Contact our office by giving us a call at one of the numbers below:
East Valley – (480) 734-1745
Central Valley – (602) 540-8511
West Valley – (623) 640-1019