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Dollar signs denote the relative cost of implementing the action. Free < $100 $100-$500 $501-$2000 > $2000Install low-flow faucet aerators
Aerators cut water use by 30% or more and save money on water and energy bills. By installing faucet aerators, the average household can save over 500 gallons of water per year. Learn more about low-flow aerators from EnergySavers.gov.
Low-volume faucet aerators are very inexpensive and can be installed without replacing the entire faucet. Look for products at your local hardware store with the WaterSense label to ensure maximum water savings. A newer kitchen faucet usually comes with a low-flow faucet aerator that restricts flow to 2.2 gpm, but should you need to replace it, or install one on a bathroom faucet, be sure to select one with a flow rate of no more than 1.0 gpm.
Potomac Edison customers with electric hot water can receive a low-flow aerator with a Home Energy Checkup
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