It’s never a bad time to make changes to save water.
Many parts of the world are in a water crisis and many have recently experienced drought.
According to creditloan.com, 95% of the water used in the average American household each day is wasted. Sixty percent of water is lost annually because of leaky pipes, and 127% more water is used today than it was in the year 1950.
Now, there are steps you can take like taking shorter showers, minimizing running bathtubs, washing fewer loads of laundry, turning the faucet off when you brush your teeth. All of these habits, and many more, can save water.
But more than good habits and lifestyle changes, a device that learns your patterns and can show you just how much water your house is using and where it is being wasted could really change the game.
That’s where Ark Labs comes in and rocks your water world.
If there’s a leak, the Ark Labs app notifies you. Then, you can either shut your water off with the app or fix the leak issue and not only save water but save money as well.
When there’s a spike in your usage, the Ark Labs app notifies you and you can, again, shut the water off, or find out where the spike is coming from, allowing you to yet again save water and save money.
People are always looking for ways to go green and leave our planet better than we found it. A smart water learning device is a huge way to do that. Aside from the peace of mind it gives you for your home and the steps it takes to prevent major water damage, it gives you peace of mind for a bigger home, our planet, and leads you down the right path to save water and become more aware of how you are using water in your house.
You can certainly do all the things mentioned earlier in the blog: quicker showers, not running water when you brush your teeth, etc., but the first step before you make any change to save water is to find out WHERE you need to make those changes.
Saving water should be a priority. Head over to our website thearklabs.com and our Facebook and Twitter for more information and plenty of tips to save water.