Monday, November 9, 2015

Start Saving Money On Your Water Bill

Recently I had the wonderful opportunity to go the Home Depot in Lake Forest California for a blogger event to find out about a great low flow toilet and how to save money on my water bill too with Niagara Conservation.

Recently I attended a event with Niagara Conservation at Home Depot to find out how to start saving money on my water bill by switching out our toilets to a high efficiency toilet that would help save up to 60% on my water bill. All while not changing any of our use or habits at all except upgrading to a brand new toilet. 

Attending this event was so informative to see how high efficiency toilets work and how much less water it actually takes to flush the toilet. Here in California we are in a drought and a lot of counties are doing water restrictions to try and #helpsavewater. A lot of water companies are offering a rebate when you upgrade your toilets.

Here is how it works:
1. You need to contact your water company to find out about the rebate program that they have available.
2. You will purchase the brand of toilet that is available for the rebate program.
3. Then you will download the rebate form and fill it out
4. Lastly you will need to send in the form, the receipt and a copy of your water bill to attain your rebate.

To find out about which toilet brands are available for the rebate please visit the following website below

Below is a video I took while at the Niagara Conservation event at Home Depot of the

Stealth® Toilet available at your local Home Depot.

About Niagara Conservation Corporation
With a history of more than 35 years of quality and innovation, Niagara Conservation has earned a reputation as a premier manufacturer of high-efficiency water and energy conservation products. Niagara is a leading developer of conservation solutions for plumbing professionals, utility companies, government leaders, energy management officials and environmentally conscious consumers. Founder and President William Cutler established Niagara in 1977, and the company is still family owned and headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, with satellite offices around the world.

 Me and my husband are in the process of purchasing our first home and to find out information like this on how we can save money on our water bill by simply switching out our toilets to high efficiency toilets is wonderful news. I am so happy that I have been able to attain this information and to be able to share it with you all.

AT THE EVENT ON 11/7/2015

 Here are some great resources to visit and find out more information on water conservation




 Visit the following social media links to find out more about them:

                    Niagara Conservation (Facebook: @Niagara Conservation; Twitter: @NiagaraCnsvtion)
Irvine Ranch Water District (Facebook: @Irvine Ranch District; Twitter: @IRWDnews)

                    Home Depot (Facebook:@The Home Depot; Twitter:@HomeDepot)

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