The Cleveland Water Blog

Tags: Affordability

Ways to Save: Home Protection

Leaky plumbing or broken water lines can cause expensive and frustrating water damage. That’s why we offer home protection programs and helpful plumbing tips to save you money and protect your home from potential water damage.

Ways to Save: Conservation

Our tap water costs less than a penny per gallon but we know that every penny counts. By reducing your water use, you can save money on your water bill and help the environment. Here are some easy ways to save water every day.

Making a Water Equity a Priority

At Cleveland Water, we strive to ensure everyone in our community has access to safe drinking water and shares in the economic, social and environmental benefits of our system.

Affordability Programs Available to Customers

At Cleveland Water, we work hard to provide safe, quality drinking water at a fair and reasonable rate. We know that’s not always enough though.

How Your Dollar Makes Clean Water

Knowing how you use water in your home every day is an essential step in saving water and therefore costs. Equally important is knowing what happens to your money when you pay your water bill every month.

Why You Should Know Your Water Usage

It’s easy to take for granted how simple it is for us to access clean, safe water. We take a shower, brush our teeth, and fill a glass - all by just turning on the tap. Water is an important part of our daily lives and we use it for a wide variety of purposes, but do we really understand how much we use?

Save Time and Money With These Holiday Water Tips

The holiday season is a busy time for many of our customers. With all the festivities, you may find that your water use, and in turn water bill, goes up.

We don’t want your water bill to be another thing you have to worry about this time of year. So here are some helpful tips on how you can save time and money this holiday season.

Avoid Costly Winter Plumbing Leaks

Winter’s cold temperatures can make your home’s plumbing more prone to leaks. And an average household leak can account for more than 10,000 gallons of water wasted per year!

Fall Lawn & Garden Tips

It’s officially fall! Which means the backyard barbeques and runs through the sprinkler are winding down and instead, the pool is getting drained and patio furniture stored away. Fall is also the time to prep your lawn and garden for the cold winter months ahead. Here are a few tips to keep your lawn and garden in shape while staying water smart.

How to be Water (and Wallet) Smart this Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer and the warm weather usually means increased water use for our customers. If you’re planning on opening your pool or doing some yard work, you’ll want to check out the money-saving tips below.

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