Water efficient fixtures: Myth vs. fact

The U.S. Energy Policy Act of 1992 created a federal minimum efficiency standard for all toilets, urinals, showers, and faucets. At the time, the newer 1.6 GPF toilets were a headache compared to their 3.5 GPF counterparts. The low-flow toilets had terrible flushing performance and quickly gained a reputation for easily clogging. Today, nearly 30 […]

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Know when it’s time to replace plumbing fixtures

Updating plumbing fixtures immensely improves the aesthetic of the room. Customer, tenants, or students may develop a negative image of your building because of outdated, worn-out fixtures in bathrooms and kitchens. In addition to showing people who are frequently occupying the spaces in your buildings that you care and want to maintain the property, updating […]

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