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Save Money While Increasing Plumbing Efficiency

Save Money While Increasing Plumbing Efficiency

Are you interested in increasing your water conservation efforts? If not, you should be! Water is a limited resource, with less than 1% of the water on Earth available for people.

Surprisingly, one of the easiest ways to get started is with your home’s plumbing.

Make Your Home More Eco Friendly

It’s a common misconception that energy efficient systems mean lower performance since the system uses less energy to run. But in fact, energy-efficient models work smarter…not harder!

So switch to energy efficient systems and appliances in your home whenever possible — keep a look out for that Energy Star label!


Toilets use the most water in your entire home, with standard models using around 3.5 - 7 gallons per flush.

We suggest replacing your old model with a new, low-flow one. This can cut your water consumption by 25% or more — and that’s not all! Installing a new toilet for your home can also save you up to $90 a year on your water bill, which is up to $2000 over the toilet’s lifetime.

Check Out How HARP Can Help You With Your Plumbing.

Water heaters

Depending on where you live, water heaters can account for 14-18% of your utility bills. So when it comes time to replace a water heater (usually between 8 to 20 years), consider investing in an Energy Star certified model. These systems decrease energy usage and water consumption, all while saving money – that’s a triple win in our book.

Shower Heads

This plumbing fixture uses 17% of your home’s total water consumption. Think about it — sometimes we shower twice a day, every day...that’s a lot of water! Installing one energy efficient showerhead can save 2,900 gallons of water per year.

If your plumbing needs some extra help, call HARP! With more than 25 years of experience, we can provide a quick fix without any harmful consequences to your plumbing system. Give us a call for help with all of your home’s plumbing and drain cleaning needs:

New Haven County | (203) 654-3677

Hartford County | (860) 200-2611