Use less water. One flush at a time. Toilet rebates available.

Updated November 16, 2017

YOUR BATHROOM IS THE LARGEST CONSUMER OF INDOOR WATER

Fortunately, we have a rebate to replace your older toilet for a more efficient model. You can receive up to $100 for replacing your 1.6 gallon per flush or higher, non-conserving toilet with a new 1.1 gallon per flush model.  Visit our utility rebates page for more information

ONE OF THE BIGGEST LEAK CULPRITS IS THE TOILET

  • How to check if your toilet is leaking: 1)Use food coloring or dye tablets, 2) Drop the tablet in the tank (not the bowl) and stir slightly. 3) Do not flush toilet. 4) Wait 15minutes. 5) If color appears in the bowl, you have a leak.
  • Toilet leaks are often caused by a bad flapper.
  • Fixing leaks are easier than you think.  There are how to videos online that can show you how to fix your leaking toilet.
  • Fixing a leaky toilet can save 30 to 50 gallons per day per toilet.

FREE AT-HOME CONSULTATIONS

If you're interested in ways to use water wisely at home. You can contact us for Water Wise House Call. We look at your water use and provide you with tailored information on how you can specifically use less water in the home and in the garden. Contact us to get started.

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