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It comes as no surprise to many that water heating can be one of the biggest contributors to energy costs in your home. In detached houses, semi-detached houses and terraced houses, an average of 110–120 liters of water per person are used per day. However, the general range of water consumption is about 60–270 l/day/person. In general, about 50 per cent of domestic water is consumed in washing facilities, about 25 per cent in the kitchen and a quarter in the toilet. (1) 

Due to the increased price of electricity, energy and water savings can be 40-100€ per year per person. Direct electricity with heating 1M3 of hot water costs 27.81€ if the price of electricity is 34.7 cents / kwh. Correspondingly, €10.59 when the electricity price is 5 cents/kwh.

The amount of water consumption is affected by the time spent in the shower, the age and condition of the shower fixtures, and the water pressure in the shower. The way the shower is used can multiply the water consumption of the shower. Taking a shower can be the reason for the expenses of thousands of euros per year in the economy, because the consumption of hot water in the shower is also significant. Up to 60% of the water used in the shower is warm water. (1)

Water consumption in the economy is formed by two parts. You pay for the use of cold water, but the consumption of hot water costs even more, up to three times the amount of cold water. (2) While you may not want to completely remove hot water from your home's energy equation, you can reduce hot water consumption in many ways and thus reduce your energy bills.

How much water does taking a shower consume?

Few people think about their water consumption in the shower or their electricity bill when warm water refreshes the body. A comfortable relaxed state of being can quickly disappear if you calculate that a 20-minute shower, in which the shower consumes 12 liters per minute, takes 240 liters of water if the shower is open all the time. About 60 percent of the water used in the shower is warm water. (3)

Check the condition of your shower

The type and condition of water fixtures, such as showers and shower heads, also affect their flow, i.e. how much water is consumed per minute. From old showers and large roof showers, significantly more water is consumed, up to 18–20 liters per minute. You may need to wring your shower fully open because your old shower may also be partially clogged with lime, iron, copper, and other solids in tap water.lime, iron, copper, and other solids
It's worth considering how much your household's water bill will be lowered per month if you had aroma sense's water-saving shower head in your shower. You can monitor your water consumption with an apartment-specific water meter or from your water bill. Aroma Sense showers correct poor washing performance and pressure, which means that the water consumption and electricity bill of a family of 4 can be 200 euros less per year*.

You will also save money on the electricity bill by reducing the consumption of hot water in the shower

If you want to save on your electricity bill, one of the best things you can do is reduce your hot water consumption. Heating hot water costs money, so reducing hot water consumption can help lower your electricity bill as well. Here are some tips to help you use less hot water in your home:

Install a water-saving shower or shower head

One of the easiest ways to reduce hot water consumption is to install water-saving, excellent washing performance , Aroma Sense showers and shower heads. Water-saving Aroma Sense showers correct poor washing performance and pressure, making showering more efficient, while the washing power of Aroma Sense showers allows for faster washing with a high-quality washing result. This allows you to save water without compromising the quality of the shower experience.

Thanks to the excellent washing performance of Aroma Sense showers, less hot water is consumed and the need to heat the water is reduced. Now that the price of energy is high, taking into account electricity billing, the savings can be even greater. Check out the savings calculation for a detached house using aroma sense shower

Take shorter showers

This may seem obvious, but it's still worth mentioning. If you usually use showers that last at least 20 minutes, try shortening the shower to 10 minutes or shorter. You might be surprised at how much water you can save and still enjoy a wonderful fresh feeling with Aroma Sense showers.

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Lower water bill by reducing hot water consumption

  1. Adjust the water heater setpoints. Adjust the temperature to one where the supply of hot water is just enough for your economy. In terms of energy efficiency, the recommended temperature for the water boiler setpoint is in the range of 55-60 degrees. However, the temperature should not be lowered below 55 degrees. 55-degree water is safe for use and energy-efficiently heated.
  2. Insulate the water heater and pipes. This helps to keep the heat inside and reduces energy consumption.
  3. Use less hot water. When taking a shower, turn off the water when washing your hair or soaping yourself.
  4. Repair leaks quickly. A dripping faucet over time can waste liters of water, so fix any leaks right away.
  5. Install low-flow fixtures. Low-flow shower heads and faucets can save a significant amount of water and money over time.


By following these tips, you can easily save money on your water bill and also on your electricity bill by using less hot water. So why not try them today?

(1) Energy efficient home project, Motiva

(2) Motiva: Energy advice for consumers

(3) Motiva: Tips for smart water use

*) In a family of 4 people who heat the water with electricity. Vattenfall, Motiva and HSY calculators and data were used for the calculation.