When it comes to the typical household concerns, saving water is second to electricity, but most homeowners in Australia are looking for better ways to conserve water. In fact, the average household consumption in Rowville alone is around 240,000 litres per year. Well, that’s already equal to 5 swimming pools. Water usage can even shoot up during hot, long summers.
Australians are considered one of the most carefree nations when it comes to water usage. In fact, Aussies have the highest water usage per person on the planet. However, we all want to cut back on our monthly water bill and minimise water wastage since, and it will have a positive impact on the environment as well as our pockets.
Here are some tips to consider when you want to cut back on your water usage during the summer:
In general, make sure you act on any water or gas leak immediately. Gas leaks require attention immediately, and water leaks will definitely cause damage to your property and your water bill if left unattended.
Overall, saving water is a joint effort that every member of your household must participate in.
Pipes can be damaged by tree roots and other elements underground, repairing them can be a time-consuming task and excavating these pipes to replace its sections can be an expensive process.
Depending on the extent of the damage, pipe relining is the most cost-effective way and is often faster than using pipe replacement. Here are some of the steps involved in pipe relining and why it’s the smarter option for fixing pipes rather than excavation and replacement.
We at Plumber Rowville offer rapid and efficient solutions to piping problems, and we are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and equipment, ensuring that we can perform our tasks to the highest standards.