Free Water Conservation Kits


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With a JEA Water Conservation Kit, you get free water-saving products that will help reduce your water usage and can help you save up to $75 a year on your water bill. Order your kit today. Must be a current JEA Water customer to be eligible for a water kit.

Our no-cost Water Conservation Kit includes:

  • 2 High Efficiency Showerheads
  • 2 Toilet Leak Tablets
  • 2 Bathroom Faucet Aerators
  • 1 Garden Hose Nozzle
  • 1 Kitchen Faucet Aerator

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Product Descriptions


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Earth Showerhead

Earth® Showerhead, 1.5 GPM

Refresh yourself under this showerhead's 9-jet turbo massage - all while saving energy and water. Featuring a chrome or brushed nickel look, corrosion-resistant materials and a face that's 30% larger than some showerheads, this mounted showerhead flows efficiently at 1.5 GPM without affecting your water pressure - thanks to pressure-compensation technology. Choose from multiple preset sprays or combinations that suit your style, including needle, massage, combination and seamless rotation. WaterSense® labeled for maximum performance. Based on your selection, your box includes either two chrome or two brushed nickel showerheads. 

To install showerheads:

  • Remove your current showerhead from the shower arm by turning it counterclockwise, then clean the shower arm threads. 
  • Turn the water on to wash out the pipe, then turn the water off. 
  • Apply a few layers of plumber's tape directly to the shower arm threads in a clockwise direction to create a watertight seal. 
  • Check that the screen washer is seated firmly into the showerhead before tightening. 
  • Hand-tighten the showerhead onto the shower arm. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN. 
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Garden Hose

Water-Saving 7-Spray Garden Hose, Blue

Cut back on water waste. With seven spray settings - everything from full force to mist - you can choose the minimum intensity needed to get the job done, so you can conserve more water while growing your garden.

To install:

  • Unscrew old nozzle from the hose by turning counterclockwise.
  • Clean hose threads. Insert new Seal & Screen Washer. 
  • Screw on new nozzle by turning clockwise until snug. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
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Bubble Faucet Aerator

Dual-Threaded Bubble Faucet Aerator, 1.0 GPM

Did you know that, beyond saving water, faucet aerators save you energy on heating the water? Plus, the durable plastic screen is easier to clean than traditional metal. Based on your selections, your box includes either two chrome or two brushed nickel aerators.

To install both aerators:

  • Remove old aerator from faucet.
  • Before installing new aerator, turn on water to wash out faucet.
  • Turn off water.

Inside Threaded Faucets:

  • Place two rubber washers in the top of the aerator.
  • Screw the aerator into inside threads of faucets. Hand tighten.

Outside Threaded Faucets:

  • Place one rubber washer in the top of the aerator.
  • Screw the aerator onto outside threads for the faucet. Hand tighten.


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Leak-Detection Dye Tablets

Leak-Detection Dye Tablets, 2-Pack

Leak-detection dye tablets are used to quickly identify a leaky toilet tank, which can waste thousands of gallons of water per year. Simply remove the tank lid and place tablets into your toilet's tank. If blue water appears in your bowl, you have a leak. You might have a damaged flapper that needs to be replaced. 

To use dye tablets:

  • Remove the tank cover.
  • Drop tablet in tank.
  • Wait several minutes.
  • If color appears in bowl, you have a leak.


Note: The tablets are non-toxic and are not for human consumption.

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Swivel Kitchen Faucet

Dual-Spray Swivel Kitchen Faucet Aerator, 1.5 GPM

Lower your energy and water use, while enjoying a powerful, far-reaching spray, with this easy-to-install kitchen faucet aerator. This chrome and white, 1.5-GPM aerator swivels to rinse all sides and corners of your sink, while its pressure-compensation technology makes sure it performs regardless of your water pressure. Its sturdy plastic construction and chrome-plated brass connector ensure long-term durability, and its dual-threading fits both male- and female-threaded faucets. WaterSense® labeled for maximum performance. 


Frequently Asked Questions

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Why won’t the aerator fit on my faucet?

The old washer for the aerator you removed may still be in the pipe. Check with your finger and remove it if it's still there. Also, your new aerators need to be installed using the outside threads on a female pipe. If your existing pipe is in the male configuration, simply remove the large outer rubber washer, leaving the small washer in the aerator, and use the inner threads on the aerator to install it on the male pipe.

How much will I save with my new water-efficient showerhead and aerators?

Depending on how many pieces of hardware you install and the number of people in your household, the estimated savings are 12-22 cents each day, or over $40 per year, for each person who lives in your home. Savings estimates are based on calculations from and Total savings vary based on the cost of electricity, cost of water in each jurisdiction and behavioral characteristics of the occupants.

Why would water-flow rate, high or low, make such a difference in my water and energy bills?

Standard kitchen and bathroom faucets, as well as showerheads, can use up to 3 gallons of water per minute. This means that a single shower or round of washing dishes may use up to 36 gallons of water – and usually warm water that is heated by electricity. Using energy-efficient kitchen and bathroom faucet aerators and showerheads can reduce that energy usage by nearly 50%.*

*According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

My current showerhead is an older model, and it’s screwed on very tightly. What if I can’t remove it?

If you’re not able to remove your showerhead by using the rubber easy-grip cloth included in your kit, you might have to use pliers. If you still can’t loosen it yourself, ask a friend or family member for assistance with the hand tools.

My water pressure in my house is already low. If I install water-efficient fixtures, will it reduce my water pressure even more?

Water-efficient fixtures and aerators mix air with water, which does have a slight impact on the amount of water pressure in your bathrooms and kitchen. These showerheads and aerators perform well at almost every water pressure due to pressure-compensation technology.

Whom do I contact if I am missing hardware in my kit, or if a piece arrives damaged or broken?

Please call (877) 278-3419 or email us at and we’ll replace your damaged or missing hardware.

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