Your water smart home

Last reviewed:

In your kitchen

See how easy it is to switch to our swivel tap and how it can help you save. Fitting aerators on to taps is an easy way to save, they’re simple to fit and don’t affect performance.

More ways to save in your kitchen

Check your appliances

If you’re looking to replace appliances that use water, such as dishwashers or washing machines. Look for products with the new water label and/or the Waterwise recommended checkmark as these models can help you to save water, energy and money.

Don't leave the tap running to clean dishes or vegetables.

A running tap uses six litres of water per minute. If you fill a washing-up bowl instead of running the tap you can reduce the amount of water you use. You can also order a kitchen swivel tap and save one litre of water per minute, plus you can direct the flow in any direction you want.

In your bathroom

If you do have a leak and need a plumber, we’ve pulled together a list of approved plumbers here.

More ways to save water in the bathroom:

Fit a water saving shower head

Save with every flush

Finally, don’t forget to turn off the tap when you brush your teeth.

A running tap can use six litres of water per minute. By turning off the tap while brushing their teeth, a family of four could save up to £36 on metered water bills, as well as up to 17,520 litres of water a year. You can also fit a bathroom tap insert to save a further one litre a minute.