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20 Ways to Conserve Water at Home

Money Talks News Logo By Kristine Lee of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 21: Editor's Note: This story originally appeared on The Zebra. In order to meet our society’s growing water needs, we’re going to have to make changes to our everyday habits. Before the coronavirus pandemic, the average American family was already using more than 300 gallons of water a week. Now, as many of us are spending more time at home, we’re using even more resources to keep our households running. While cooking at home is a great money saver and shelter-in-place activity, it also means more dishes to clean. If you do venture out, it’s a good idea to shower as soon as you get home to protect yourself from viruses, but this also means excessive water use. Conserving water at home protects the environment, and energy-efficient solutions and appliances can save you money on your home insurance policy. Read on to discover a number of ways to conserve water at home. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: Find the right financial adviser Finding a financial adviser you can trust doesn’t have to be hard. A great place to start is with SmartAsset’s free financial adviser matching tool, which connects you with up to three qualified financial advisers in five minutes. Each adviser is vetted by SmartAsset and is legally required to act in your best interests. If you’re ready to be matched with local advisers who will help you reach your financial goals, get started now.

20 Ways to Conserve Water at Home

Editor's Note: This story originally appeared on The Zebra.

In order to meet our society’s growing water needs, we’re going to have to make changes to our everyday habits. Before the coronavirus pandemic, the average American family was already using more than 300 gallons of water a week. Now, as many of us are spending more time at home, we’re using even more resources to keep our households running.

While cooking at home is a great money saver and shelter-in-place activity, it also means more dishes to clean. If you do venture out, it’s a good idea to shower as soon as you get home to protect yourself from viruses, but this also means excessive water use.

Conserving water at home protects the environment, and energy-efficient solutions and appliances can save you money on your home insurance policy. Read on to discover a number of ways to conserve water at home.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

Sponsored: Find the right financial adviser

Finding a financial adviser you can trust doesn’t have to be hard. A great place to start is with SmartAsset’s free financial adviser matching tool, which connects you with up to three qualified financial advisers in five minutes. Each adviser is vetted by SmartAsset and is legally required to act in your best interests.

If you’re ready to be matched with local advisers who will help you reach your financial goals, get started now.

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