Learning About Your Daily Water Use and Ways to Reduce Waste

At LaChance, they want to help you reduce your water waste and maintain your household water system. Maintaining your septic system means maintaining your daily water accessibility.
By: LaChance Brothers Excavating
NORTHVILLE, Mich. - Oct. 3, 2022 - PRLog -- Do you ever wonder about your daily water use?

Are you interested in learning ways to reduce your water usage?

LaChance Brothers Excavating wants to teach you how to reduce your water waste. Reducing your water waste is good for the environment and can help you save money.

There are many ways to reduce your water waste. Let's look at some easy ways to reduce water consumption.

Laundry: Rather than doing many small loads of laundry, wait until you have enough laundry to fill up your washer. Doing one large load of laundry every week can reduce your water usage by about 25 gallons!

Showering: Installing a water-efficient shower head is an easy way to reduce your water usage, without cutting down your shower time! Some high-efficiency shower heads have a flow rate of 1.8 gallons or lower, cutting down on how much water you use per minute!

Flushing: Newer toilets are designed to be water conscious with their flushing options. The efficient toilets require 1.28 gallons for solid waste and .8 gallons for a liquid flush. That's saving over a gallon of water per flush compared to older toilets!

Dishwasher:  Energy, stare-rated water-efficient dishwashers cut your water use in half compared to that of an average dishwasher.

Maintenance: Maintaining your appliances is integral in avoiding water waste and preventing future bills. Consistently cleaning and maintaining your septic tank can extend the life of your septic system, while a repair on your septic tank could range between $5,000-60,000!

Learn more ways to reduce your water usage here (https://www.lachancebrothers.com/learn/more/understanding...).

With LaChance Brothers Excavating, Septic Cleaning Brighton, MI (https://www.lachancebrothers.com/services/septic/tank-pum...) has never been more convenient. Contact them today to see how they can help!

About LaChance Brothers Excavating: LaChance is a family-owned company established in 1956 by Donald LaChance. LaChance focuses on single-family residential work in Washtenaw County and Livingston County. They have extensive experience in septic tank installations and drain field solutions, as well as most forms of residential excavating. LaChance Brothers offer unsurpassed care with each service provided. Learn more about the family-owned company here (https://www.lachancebrothers.com/about).

John LaChance
Tags:Septic Cleaning
Location:Northville - Michigan - United States
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