The amount of water your plumbing fixtures use could contribute to waste. Did you know that older homes may have fixtures that use almost twice as much water as currently required by the Energy Policy Act of 1992? For example, prior to this act, showerheads could use up to 5 gallons per minute, while those sold after 1992 had a limit of 2 gpm. If you have an older home that you want to make more water-efficient, call us at Best Service Plumber – a Plumbing Concepts Company in Corona – for installation of new fixtures in your kitchen and bathroom.
Water Efficient Fixtures
Almost every part of your home that handles water has a more water-efficient model. For instance, low-flow showerheads offer 1.6 gpm. Low-flush toilets with dual flushes give you the option of using low-flow or a higher water amount for extra flushing power.
To be more energy-efficient, you can also consider tankless water heaters. These designs heat water on-demand, so you don’t have to waste gas or electricity maintaining hot water inside a tank.
Professional Installation Is Key
When you replace your older less-efficient plumbing fixtures with new models, the installation process is critical. Without correct installation, the new fixtures may leak, reducing their efficiency.
If you need new plumbing fixtures installed, contact us at Best Service Plumber – a Plumbing Concepts Company – to get the job done well the first time. With the knowledge and tools to do the installation properly, our plumbers ensure that you don’t need to worry about the finished product. Your newly installed plumbing fixtures can help lower your water bills while reducing your home’s impact on the environment.
The tap water in your home does not have to taste like it came from a tap. With a water filtration system, you can get flavorful water that tastes like it came from a bottle without the wasted plastic of single-use water bottles. To get whole-home filtration, you need the help of our professional plumbers at Best Service Plumber in Corona, CA.
Why Filtered Water Is Better
The water that comes from your tap is technically drinkable in that it won’t make you sick. But this water does not always taste good. If you have hard water, the tap water can also cause problems with your plumbing by leaving behind damaging mineral deposits in your appliances. Since hard water has dissolved minerals that make it harder for soap to create suds, you will waste more water for washing clothes, dishes, and yourself.
A whole-home filtration system can solve these issues and free you from having to buy bottled water for drinking.
Professional Installation of a Whole-Home Water Filtration System
You cannot install a whole-home filter for your water alone. You need a plumber to do the job. Don’t worry. At Best Service Plumber – a Plumbing Concepts Company – we have experts who know how to quickly and efficiently install a water treatment system in your home. You can enjoy tasty tap water and avoid the problems caused by hard water without undertaking any effort yourself. Contact us at Best Service Plumber for more information or to schedule an appointment for your new water system.