We're still organizing our ideas for our upcoming bathroom renovation, but a must on our list is a water-saving showerhead. We decided this after reading that an ordinary showerhead uses 15-25 litres of water per minute while a water-saving showerhead only uses 6 litres. Apparently, this will save the average household 14,500 litre per year.
Our current showerhead leaks an amazing amount of water as we use it and our water bill is a bit above average despite our water conserving efforts. Have you switched from a regular to a water-saving showerhead? Did you notice any difference on your water bill or the quality of your shower?
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