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The room in your home that uses the largest amount of water is not the kitchen, it is actually the bathroom. Across the United States, water utility bills average more than $700 per year according to the EPA. By giving your bathroom a mini makeover, you can make small improvements that won’t break your bank and will help reduce your water utility bill.

Did you know that if your bathroom plumbing fixtures were installed before 1994, they could possibly be sending a lot of your money down the drain? That’s because in 1994 plumbing standards became more efficient and advance in plumbing technology and design have resulted in faucets, showers, and toilets that use significantly less water.