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Frequently Asked Questions
Q."Why should I choose a WaterSense labeled faucet?" A. Well, the numbers can speak for themselves: It is estimated that by installing WaterSense labeled faucets and accessories, the average household can save more than 500 gallons per year. Most of us know that we can conserve water by turning off the tap when not in use, but many may not know you can save water while using it with the right water saving faucet. The WaterSense partnership program is sponsored by the EPA which provides water conservation and quality guidelines for participating manufacturers. All products with the WaterSense label have had complete third party certification and testing to ensure they meet the criteria, which is to reduce water use by 20-30 percent with out sacrificing performance and also maintain high quality standards.
Q."What kind of products are WaterSense labeled?" A. Bathrooms are by far the largest water users in the home, accounting for more than half of all the water that families use indoors. Thus, you can find a wide range of lavatory faucets, showers, and toilets available with the WaterSense label. Just look for the WaterSense label on our pages or on the plumbing products you purchase. For a complete listing of eco-friendly plumbing products, visit our "green" plumbing products page.
Q."Why don't you offer any WaterSense certified kitchen faucets?" A. Currently, the WaterSense program doesn't offer certification for kitchen faucets. However, many companies (including some of our most popular like Delta, American Standard, and Symmons) who manufacture WaterSense certified lavatory faucets have also found ways to make their kitchen faucets more water efficient as well. If you have questions about the flow rate or water efficiency of any of our faucets, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will do our best to provide you with as much information about a specific model as we can.
Q."I see that some of the shower faucet valves come with stops and some don't, what does that mean?" A. With stops, it means the valve has shut-offs for the water line so you don't have to shut off water to the entire house to work/repair parts on the shower/tub system.