How Much Water Do Low-Flow Showerheads Save?

April 26, 2011 | By | Comments (1)

Switching out your showerhead for a low-flow model is one of the easiest changes you can make to save water. But how much of an impact is it actually making?




Low-flow fixtures cut water usage in half. Meaning if you take a 5-minute shower you can save approximately 4,550 gallons of water each year, or enough to fill a 15-foot aboveground swimming pool. Just imagine if everyone made the switch.


Have you installed a low-flow showerhead? What else have you done to save water?



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