All water faucets are not made alike. If you are looking for ways to conserve water in your home, a high-efficiency faucet may be the answer. These faucets work with aerators and laminar devices to help control conserve and reduce the usage of water in our homes. When you’re thinking about installing a high-efficiency faucet in your kitchen or bath, consider these tips.
Have a Predetermined Idea
As with any home utility purchase, have an idea of what you are looking for before going to the store. Think about whether you would like your faucet to have an attached sprayer or touch activation. Measure your mounting place to make sure that you know what size your new faucet should be, and take note of the basic design of your previous faucet for transfer ease.
Do Your Research
There are many different brands, makes, and models of faucets. Do some research before buying to learn the different features and specifications of each type. For instance, some high-efficiency faucets will use aerators while others will utilize a laminar device to slow the water usage. While both do a good job, laminar devices are slightly more expensive but don’t require outside air, cutting down on foreign germs.
When you’re looking for a new faucet for your kitchen or bath, there are many options to choose from. having an idea of what you want when you arrive at the store can not only make the choosing process go smoother but can also save you money. When you need advice or installation service, call our experts at Fixxer Company Plumbing at (214) 534-1468 for your professional installation consultation.