…and water conservation have been in the forefront of the news, educating us to these important concerns. The bath space consumes the most water in the home. Did you know the toilet alone accounts for nearly thirty percent of indoor water consumption? The toilet then is one of greatest opportunities to decrease water consumption in the home. Low flow toilets and manufacturers focusing on greener ways to save water is seen in many toilet brands. With the right high efficiency fixtures and fittings, saving water becomes second nature.
Form for function
Modern designs look sleek and fashionable while conserving water. Another water conservation area is the shower. The “rain” shower heads use only two gallons per minute and are forward thinking in both style and design. These shower heads mimic rainfall in every aspect. Imagine coming home to stand beneath gentle raindrops washing away the worries of the day!
The Water conservation design..
Designed with a water reservoir that relies on gravity to shape the individual raindrops, the nozzle geometrically produces drops that build in speed and strength. The shower not only looks and feels like a summer rainstorm, it sounds that way, too! The center zone of the shower head is rain-free while the remaining area provides full coverage-an idyllic setting. There you can breathe easy while being immersed in a calming summer rain. Ready to rinse off soap and shampoo? Touch a button for a drenching cloudburst of water that’s positively exhilarating-you can even pair these showers with steam and sound! Bath manufacturers are clearly using innovation to save water and reuse water in other parts of your home when applicable.
Contact us at (623) 255-4489 for all your bath remodeling needs. We will sit down with you and assist in the design of your new bathroom and discuss the various options. You can be taking advantage of the high efficiency fittings that will look beautiful while remaining environmentally conscious.