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You can reduce your hot water use just by switching to an efficient showerhead. 

By installing efficient showerheads, a family of four could save 3,600 gallons of water and $60 in utility costs per year. New, efficient showerheads use 1.5 to 2 gallons of water per minute, while showerheads manufactured before 1994 use 2.75 to 8 gallons per minute. 

How does your shower rate? See some of the ways your showerhead can cost you:

  • Efficient, 2 gallons per minute, 5-minute shower: $3.89 per month
  • Efficient, 2 gallons per minute, 8.2-minute shower: $6.38 per month
  • Model from 1950-1994, 3 gallons per minute, 8.2-minute shower: $9.58

Tacoma Power can help you save up to $10 off a new, efficient showerhead. Find a variety of options and our instant rebate in retail locations near you. 

Energy savings and project costs will vary. Program requirements and rebate amounts are subject to change without notice. We do not endorse any particular contractor, manufacturer or product. We make no express or implied warranties of these products or installations.  

 For more ways to save energy and money, visit our "Energy Efficiency Tools & Resource Center."