- How to install a water saving tap aerator -

Reduce your water consumption and save money

Water saving tap aerator

We have reduced our bathroom tap water consumption in hundreds of liters every year by installing an inexpensive water saving tap aerator.

Most of us understand the importance of saving water so we do our best to close the water taps while not in use and teach our children that water it is very valuable and must not be wasted.

Still, as a parent, I have came to realize that very small children (and some adults) may not have yet enough awareness so we need to take a more active role into making sure that water is not being wasted.

Because of the strong water pressure at home, our bathroom tap was using much more water that necessary for just simply cleaning the hands or brushing the teeth. We were wasting water and money!

Water saver tap aerator: Cheap, easy to install, big savings

I came across a water saving tap aerator that claimed to use only one liter of water every 3,8 seconds and had very good reviews so I decided to give it a try.

If you also decide to install a water saving tap aerator, my advise is to look for aerators that specifically describe the water usage (for example, one liter of water every 5 second) and to avoid those which make claims like ‘save up to 30%’.

We recently purchased a water saving shower head that claimed to save up to 30% of water. Well, it is actually saving us 1% of water so that means that we have wasted 30 euro that we could had used to buy something else.

In any case, the water saver tap aerator has been a great investment: Low cost, easy installation and big water and money savings.

BeforeAfter
1 liter every 6 seconds1 liter every 15,5 seconds
10 liters per minute3,8 liters per minute
5 minutes per day = 50 liters per day5 minutes per day = 19 liters per day
50 x 330 days per year = 16,500 liters per year19 x 330 days per year = 6,270 liters per year
16,500 x 2 euro per cubic meter = 33 euro/year6,270 x 2 euro per cubic meter = 12,5 euro per year

A saving of 25 euro a year it is actually a very good result because the cost of purchasing a tap aerator it is quite low.

Still, the amount of water saved is astonishing which really makes it a worthy investment for any family.

On the video below we are walking you over the whole process of installing a tap aerator, which is quite a simple process that anyone can do.

We hope to convince as many people to install water saving tap aerators because we really believe that it is a simple but very positive way to save both money and water.

Reduce your water consumption

As we are within the water topic, you may be interested on learning how to reduce your water consumption and save money on your water bill. 

Just click on the video below and let us show you other ways to conserve water.

All our videos can be found in YouTube, in both English and Spanish languages.

Additionally, if you are looking for water saving opportunities but you don’t know where to start, use our water usage calculators to become aware of your water consumption, the water costs and the potential savings. 

A few ‘Water usage calculators‘ examples:

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