Today’s hot topics are all about the conservation of our natural resources, including water. Many people are incorporating green features in their new home design from the kitchen to the yard and the bathroom. Here are four Going Green plumbing trends that you should consider installing in your home:
Join the safest trend in replacing your old faucets with lead-free ones. If you don’t, you could be consuming distasteful and harmful lead on a daily basis.
Solar Hot Water
Since most traditional solar hot water collectors are being replaced with less expensive plastic models, water warmed naturally by the sun is becoming more of a real possibility for most homeowners.
Mostly available in new residential home constructions, they are for reducing the home’s incoming water pressure. Regulator valves are installed downstream of the home’s water meter.
This system can either use dual-pipe technology or water catchment system. The system takes water that has been used within the home (except toilet water) and in turn uses it for other purposes, such as landscape irrigation.
By installing these in your current home or adding them to a new home, they can add a huge surprise to your next water bill. When you save water and energy, the benefit comes right back to you and your wallet. Going green never felt so easy…
Give Metro-Rooter a call today to come by for your free estimate to install these money-saving fixtures to your home.