How to Increase the Energy Efficiency of Your Plumbing System
Posted on June 11th, 2014
Nowadays, everyone seems to be “going green” and always searching for new ways to increase the energy efficiency of products. Energy conservation is a movement that greatly benefits the environment, as well as your wallet. That’s right, “going green” could also help you put some green back in your pocket. There are quick fixes and larger investments you can implement to improve the energy efficiency of your home. There are energy efficient options for everyone; no matter what your budget is.
Protect Your Pipes
Let’s start with the most affordable option there is. You can increase the energy efficiency of your plumbing system by simply insulating your pipes. Insulated pipes retain temperature better than traditional pipes that are left untouched.
With Redesign, Keep Your Pipes In Mind
Thinking of sprucing up your home with some renovations? Remember to keep your plumbing system in mind when remodeling. Water travels quicker when plumbing lines are close together. It is a good idea to have the kitchen, laundry room, and bathrooms in close proximity. This simple design tip can save you water and energy.
Go With the Low-Flow
Low-Flow toilets can definitely help you go with the flow. These toilets perform just as well as traditional toilets, but than are 20% more energy efficient. Contact Plumbing Medic today and we’ll install a low-flow toilet in your home. Isn’t it time you had a reason to flush all your worries away?