DIY Water Saving Kit

Are you interested in learning more about your home water use?

Know you have a dripping faucet, but no clue how to fix it?

Let us help you with the new DIY Water Saving Kit!

The DIY Water Saving Tool Kit is meant to help educate you about how water is used in your home as well as making changes to help you reduce your water use.  The DIY tool kit contains many items to help you save water, especially if your home was built before 2006, as well as tools needed to perform simple plumbing repairs. 

Contents include:

  • Guidebook with step-by-step instructions
  • Practical Plumbing Handbook
  • WaterSense showerheads
  • WaterSense faucet aerators
  • toilet dye tablets
  • toilet flapper
  • shower timer
  • water pressure gauge
  • drip gauge
  • flow meter bag
  • Teflon tape (plumber’s tape)
  • outdoor hose timer
  • new watering schedule magnet
  • pliers and channellock pliers 

**Please Note**  If you do not have any minor leaks at house or your house was built after 2006, you probably do have any use for the tool kit, except for the information.  Plumbing fixtures installed since 2006 are the highest state standard still at this time.

The tool kit is a joint project by the City’s Water Conservation Program and Public Library.   Tool kits are available to check out at the library or from the Utilities & Transportation Bob Bennett Building (3400 Sunrise Rd) during normal business hours.

Reserve one today from the Library website here or search “water kit” from the library main page or email Water Conservation staff to check one out from the Utilities offices.

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