Save Water with Recirculation Pumps
How much time do you spend waiting on water to get hot? To me, it seems like waiting for water to get hot is like watching a pot and waiting for it to boil…it takes forever.
Did you know the average homeowner wastes 14,000 to 18,000 gallons of water per year? That’s about 40 gallons of wasted water a day … That’s a lot of wasted water!
You may be surprised to know most water districts charge a sewage fee based on usage. If you want a way to lower your bill and save water, I am happy to share with you a product that does both.
It is called a recirculation pump, and in an instant, it delivers hot water to any faucet or bath in your home. Its built-in timer helps you activate the system only when needed. A recirculation pump uses less energy than a 25-watt light bulb, and it will help you save both water and money immediately.
Ask your Mr. Rooter plumber to give you information on installing a Grundfos Comfort Hot Water Recirculation System. For more conservation information, visit www.save-water-now.com.
Here’s wishing you a world-class day.