Showering accounts for roughly 17% if residential indoor water use. By using the WaterSense label, consumers can identify showerheads that have been independently tested and are certified to use 20% less water while performing as well or better than standard showerheads.
A bathroom remodeling project offers many opportunities for improving energy efficiency. The five key areas for energy efficiency in a bathroom remodel include hot water savings, lighting, proper insulating, air sealing. and adequate ventilation.
Solving moisture problems in your home can be complicated, with one moisture source creating a number of moisture symptoms. Indoor symptoms can include: a musty odor, fogging windows, a damp feeling, wood rot, and peeling paint.
HDPE pipe is durable, virtually leak-free, corrosion resistant, and ductile. Its greater resilience and flexibility make it resistant to surges, damage from digging, and shifting soils during earthquakes. HDPE pipe is also a good green choice.
TOTOs products, technological innovations, operations and policies demonstrate a true commitment to sustainability. Whether it is engineering high-efficiency toilets, faucets and showers or implementing a closed-loop paper-recycling system.
Washlets not only provide a more hygienic bathroom experience, they also help reduce the strain on natural resources for a more sustainable future. Using very little water to clean and offering a warm-air dryer, Washlets greatly reduce the need for toilet paper.
HYDROTECT is an environmental cleaning technology that harnesses the power of light and water to clean surfaces of dirt and grimeautomatically. It can be used effectively in numerous applications, from exterior walls and glass to interior walls and floors.