Water Saving Faucets
Use less water with water saving bathroom sink, shower and kitchen faucets in Boulder, Broomfield, and Weld County. Upgrade your home with the latest technology for water efficient bathroom faucets, shower faucets and kitchen faucets. These water-saving products are great for your home and wallet.
Water Saving Bathroom Sink Faucets
Water Saving Shower Faucets
Water-saving shower faucets can help you conserve water and reduce your water bill without sacrificing a satisfying shower experience. Here are a few types of water-saving shower faucets to consider:
These showerheads use less water per minute than standard showerheads, typically 1.5 to 2.0 gallons per minute (gpm) compared to 2.5 gpm or more for standard showerheads. They often use aeration technology to mix air with water, creating a powerful spray that feels like you’re using more water than you actually are.
Water-saving shower valves
These valves have a built-in mechanism that limits the flow of water, even if you turn the handle all the way open. Some valves have a preset flow rate, while others allow you to adjust the flow rate to your preference.
Thermostatic shower valves
These valves automatically mix hot and cold water to maintain a constant desired temperature, preventing you from wasting water while you adjust the temperature.
Digital shower systems
These high-tech systems allow you to precisely control the water flow, temperature, and even spray pattern using a digital interface.
Water Saving Kitchen Faucets
Water-saving kitchen faucets are a great way to reduce your water consumption and save money on your water bill. They come in a variety of styles and finishes to match your kitchen décor, and they offer a number of features that can help you save water.
Here are some things to look for when choosing a water-saving kitchen faucet:
The flow rate is measured in gallons per minute (GPM). A standard kitchen faucet has a flow rate of 2.2 GPM, but water-saving faucets can have a flow rate as low as 0.5 GPM.
An aerator is a small device that mixes air with water, creating a foamy stream that feels like a full flow of water but uses less water.
Spray mode: Many water-saving faucets have a spray mode that uses even less water than the regular stream mode.
Some faucets have a sensor that turns the water on and off automatically, which can help to prevent water waste.
When choosing a water-saving kitchen faucet, it is important to consider your needs and budget. There are a variety of great options available, so you can find one that is perfect for your kitchen.
Water Saving Faucet Aerators
Installing flow reducing faucet aerators will result in water savings, and save you money on your water bill. These devices add air to the stream of water so that the pressure is not affected by the reduced amount of water released by the fixture.
The average kitchen faucet aerator has a flow rate of 2.2 gallons per minute, according to Home Water Works. All new faucets sold since 1994 are required to have flow restriction in order to conserve water.
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