It may appear simple to turn on a faucet and have ample water gush out. We have become so accustomed to poor water usage, whenever we want it, that we have forgotten how valuable it is. The majority of the world’s water is salt water, and the fresh water that remains is either inaccessible or unevenly distributed. The figures are alarming, yet even tiny modifications may have a significant impact.


In 2014, forty of the fifty states of the United States informed the Government Accountability Office that they anticipated non-drought-related water shortages over the next decade. Americans consume an astonishing amount of water.

You may waste up to eight liters of water by leaving the faucet running while brushing your teeth. That is more than many people in the globe see in a whole week. A week of watering an average-sized lawn for 20 minutes every day is similar to taking 800 showers.

A typical household in the United States consumes more than 300 gallons of water each day for daily duties. However, if you have faulty pipes, you contribute to the almost 900 billion gallons of water that are lost yearly due to domestic leaks. This is sufficient water for 11 million houses for a full year.

Don’t forget that water use numbers are misleading. The majority of our nation’s water use is contributed by industry and agriculture. Many individuals are unaware of how much water goes into producing the goods they purchase, wear, and eat. Consider this: one T-shirt requires 800 gallons of water to make. Eight-hundred-gallon capacity.


Avoid panic. The global water usage dilemma is solvable. You can vow to reduce your home’s water use. Consider first your water bill. Not the expense, but the quantity utilized. Are you above or below average? Changing your surroundings may be just as transformative as altering your behavior. Look for WaterSense-labeled faucets, taps, toilets, and other plumbing equipment.

Water-efficient fixtures have been shown to significantly reduce water use, hence saving you money. With all leaks repaired, your home may save up to 45 gallons of water each day. If every home in the United States had water-saving measures, our national water consumption would reduce by around 30%. This would result in nearly $4 billion in yearly savings.

The United States must become aware of the imminent water problem that our nation and the globe face. You can make a difference by having The Love Well & Water Works LLC evaluate your plumbing and repair any leaks. We may also assist with the installation of water-saving bathroom and kitchen faucets, showerheads, toilets, and other fixtures. Call Love Well & Water Works LLC immediately to begin saving money and water.