Looking for ways to be more energy efficient in your bathroom? We compiled a list of 7 ways to help conserve energy!
- Stop the leaks! Repairing leaky faucets & toilets will help you avoid wasting hundreds of gallons of water each week!
- Turn on the fan! Don’t forget to turn on the fan in your bathroom! These ventilation fans help keep mold out of your bathroom!
- Out with the old & in with the new! Renovating your bathroom? Say goodbye to your OLD toilet that uses 3.5 to 7 gallons of water and hello to your new standard toilet that uses about 1.6 gallons of water per flush!
- Turn off the water! You can save up to 8 gallons of water by turning off the water in the morning & at night while brushing your teeth!
- Switch to LED bulbs STAT! Replace any incandescent bulbs in your bathroom with LED bulbs that use less energy and will last as much as 25 times longer!
- Turn down the heat! Water heating accounts for about 18% of the energy consumed in your home! Turn down your water heater temp to help conserve energy!
- Upgrade that shower head! Replace that old showerhead with a new energy efficient showerhead that will use less energy and give you the same amount of pressure!
General tips are taken from the below sources and are not independently verified by North American Power. Dollar and usage savings are estimates and are based on, but not limited to the following: home profile information, performance assumptions, third-party resources, and the average regional cost for electricity. Savings are not guaranteed, are subject to change, and may vary.
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