Achieving Water Efficiency by Improving Your Bathroom in Your Naperville Home


What do you do when you’re taking on water?  

Find the source of the problem, plug the leaks, and bail buckets over the side of that sinking ship until you’re back on the right track! But when it comes to bathrooms, you might not even know you’re in trouble until it’s too late.

Toilets, sinks, showers – bathrooms are full of potential water wasters, and many homeowners lack the knowledge to identify common problems. Even though the symptoms might seem clear to a professional, it’s easy to overlook them in your everyday rush. If that happens for long enough, the situation becomes pretty much impossible to ignore and critical to address, which usually involves lots of money and time. J&J Construction is here to help you spot common issues before they reach a critical point, and equip you with advice that solves inefficiency.

  1. Be On the Lookout for Trouble.

    Faucets, toilet tanks, and showerheads. These are among the most common culprits when it comes to locating insidious leaks in your home. Equipping yourself with the knowledge to be aware and look in the spots most prone to these issues will help you take preventative action. Homeowners have a ton of different responsibilities to take care of, but water conservation should be a top priority because it protects almost every appliance in your house and keeps you vigilant about potential issues.

  2. Be Proactive About Conservation.

    Low-flow faucets and energy saving shower heads are great devices that have a big impact for minimal effort and cost – which is an undeniable win/win for most customers at J&J Construction. Installing these pieces of equipment is simple and effective, and we recommend it wherever possible. You shouldn’t have to fork over huge amounts of money just to improve water conservation in your home, and these fixtures can do the trick. If you want to get more ambitious, low-flow toilets are designed to save some serious water but do require more intensive installation. The average toilet uses between 4-7 gallons of water per flush! Identifying the best ways to improve water efficiency is all about being aware of where the water is being used most ineffectively.

  3. Get Some Perspective From A Pro.

    Most common issues can be effectively diagnosed with a quick phone call. Some homeowners are reluctant to get any contractors involved, but it pays to be sure about the issue at hand. Your peace of mind is hugely important to us, and we want to provide solutions you can trust. While you might be frustrated by the reality of bathroom repair, tackling it head-on is always better than ignoring it and waiting for an emergency repair to strike.

These are just a few of the tips that J&J Construction has for homeowners – our goal is to save your money, minimize hassle, and get you back on the road to normal life! Not to mention the environment will thank us all for contributions to energy efficiency. So call one of the leading bathroom remodeling contractors in Naperville, IL at 630-904-8500 today and get insight about solving current issues or more tips for protecting your bathroom in the first place.