Green plumbing solutions, including fixtures that provide water efficiency, will help Scottsdale residents consistently conserve energy and water. The results are a cleaner environment and low monthly water bills. Plumbing products that have the EnergyStar insignia are a guarantee that your plumbing will use less energy and water. This includes a washer and dryer, faucets, showers and toilets.
Controlling water waste is one of the easiest ways to make your home more eco-friendly, if this is what you desire. Our Scottsdale plumbing contractors suggest adding fixtures that are categorized as green or energy efficient to an existing or new home will help save the environment. Your savings in energy costs are also significant.
Most people think about water use with toilets and sinks. These are significant starting places but are not the only ways to explore green plumbing solutions. There are other ways that you can convert water consumption into cost-effective uses.
The average Scottsdale family can expect to reduce their water usage up to 35 percent annually with green plumbing solutions. On average, a home can use between 70 and 80 gallons of water each day. Having green plumbing solutions installed by a professional Scottsdale plumbing service can reduce that number by 15 to 20 gallons of water each day.
Low flow toilets can help to conserve water usage. These toilets use less gallons per flush (GPF) than regular toilets.
A dual-flow toilet is available for heavy needs or to lessen your worries about backups. This emerging green plumbing solution provides two options for flushing. Dual-flow toilets can work for high flushes or low flushes as needed.
One area of the home that wastes the most water is the kitchen sink while washing dishes. Low flow faucets can fit most sinks to provide enough water without causing a plumbing system overload and wasting water.
You can save more than two gallons of water each day with a low flow faucet installation. The same amount of water is saved with low flow showerheads. Our Scottsdale plumbing installers also suggest using aerators on all older faucets to reduce the amount of water used.
Typically, water heaters have reservoirs to constantly keep water heated even when not in use. This results in large amounts of water and energy waste to heat the water reservoir. A tankless water heater generates hot water only when needed, so you won't have to waste energy to cycle water when no one is home to use it.
Let our Scottsdale plumbing contractors introduce you to some of our tankless models that can make your plumbing run better, smarter, and more efficiently than ever.