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Indoor Remodeling

 

Indoor Remodeling

Return on Investment

Woman removing clothes from front-loading washing machine.

Caption plum:Save money with water-efficient models

Making changes to the interior of your home is a big step. You are likely managing a tight budget and looking for return on your investment. A good way to gain return on your investment is to install water-efficient fixtures and appliances. Many new-generation fixtures and appliances more than pay for themselves over the life of the product. High-efficiency products that save water are available for bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry and utility rooms.

A few tips for your remodeling project:

  • Be an educated consumer and ask for all product specifications before remodeling.
  • Look for water-using-products that are low-flow, water-efficient or carry a WaterSense label (see Related Links at bottom of left navigation bar).
  • Choose only high-efficiency water-using fixtures and appliances that will provide long-term return on your investment.

Go for the Big Savings

Logo: EPA WaterSense partner.

Caption plum:Look for the WaterSense label

For more substantial indoor savings:


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