The Most Often Asked Question this month is: What Is The Most Cost Effective Technology Available Today For Mult-Family Housing To Reduce Monthly Utilities 15% To 35%?
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Answer: Purchase and install high pressure, automatic pressure compensating, self-cleaning, and durable, 1.5 gpm (40% savings) shower heads with "no" restrictor and .5 gpm (75% savings) sink faucet aerators.
Note! Beware of low flow showers that corrode from mineral content in the water, for many plastic low flow showers, the maintenance labor expense on a quarterly basis often exceeds the price of the shower head $5.00 to $10 per unit.
Be willing to purchase, test and evaluate a few units of several 1.5 gpm shower heads. Find and test only those low flow showers that provide a 30-day money-back guaranty. Guard against the urge to purchase the “cheapest” available which may have an easily removed “restrictor” that will be discarded by 30% to 70% users, tenants or guests.
Note! If it saves more, in the long run, it is worth more.
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