Quick DIY fixes to improve your home 

Not everyone is a DIY wizard but if you’re looking to improve your home, then we’ve pulled together some handy tips and easy to do fixes for you:   

  1. Upgrade your house with free water-saving devices, like tap inserts and shower flow regulators, and help reduce the amount of water and energy you use. They’re also easy to install. Order your free kit:
  2. Fix that leaking toilet. Did you know that a leaky loo loses around £200 worth of water a year? We might be able to help fix yours for free.
  3. Do a full house check. Any dripping taps that can be fixed can save water and help the environment.
  4. Apply for a water meter. See if you can save with our water calculator. Look into getting one installed to help you save water and money off your bill.
  5. Nobody wants a burst pipe. They can cause a lot of damage to your home. Read our simple fixes on how to protect yourself, and once you're all set up, it's one less thing to worry about when the cold weather hits:
  6. Find and label your stop tap. It’s simple and so important to do. We’ve teamed up with Watersafe to provide our customers with a free stop tap label. Visit Watersafe's website to order yours 
  7. If you are doing any DIY fixes at home, make sure your devices are WRAS-approved and if you do need a plumber, we recommend you contact a Watersafe plumber.

Water is a precious resource. Water’s worth saving. Only 1% of the earth’s water is suitable for everyday use. Help us to save water and help the environment. #everydropcounts