For those of us who like to conserve water AND save money, but not sure if changing out that old 3.5 gpf toilet would be worth the savings, or that 1980′s kitchen sink faucet is worth changing out here is the information you might be looking for:
National average $ per 1,000 gallons is $6.06 based on a family of 4
If you have an older toilet at 3.5 gpf and changed to a 1.28 gpf at an average of 20 flushes per day, your yearly savings would be $98.21 and 16,206 gallons of water!
If you have a faucet, basin or kitchen, that uses an average of 2.2 gpm and 32.4 gpm and replaced it with a 1.5 gpm faucet your yearly savings would be $50.17 and 8,278 gallons of water!
If you have a shower head that uses 2.5 gpm and replace it with a 1.5 gpm shower head, with an average use of 32.8 minutes per day, your yearly savings would be $72.55 and 11,972 gallons of water!
Your minimum total savings if all 3 were replaced with water saving devices would be $220.93 and 36,456 gallons of water per year.
If you want more information our good friends at American Standard have a wonderfully informative web site at theresponsibilebathroom.com.
All of the most up to date water conservation information you could ask for.
If you want to make those changes, call us!