Efficiency For Your Household’s Faucets

Faucets that are inefficient are considered to use over 2 gallons of water per minute or higher.  If you are missing your aerator or have extremely strong water pressure a new efficient faucet is for you.

Your new efficient Faucet can use as little as 1.5 gallons of water per minute which can save a tremendous amount of water considering we are always washing our hands or items in our sinks every day.  With such small amounts of water being used they still have  enough pressure to clean our dirty hands or items.

Experiencing poor water pressure, no problem.  Just unscrew your aerator and clean it out sediment might have been trapped in their.  For the really dirty ones soaking it over night in vinegar or your favorite cleaning solution will clean it good and open any of the blockages.  Make sure when screwing the aerator back in that it is tight because if it is not it may cause your faucet to leak underneath your sink.

A Simple and cost-effective tips for homeowners to have more efficient Faucets is to add a Water Saving AERATOR will mimic the new faucet without the cost of installing a new one.