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Hydroluxe Full-Chrome 24 Function Ultra-Luxury 3-way 2 in 1 Shower-Head /Handheld-Shower Combo

$53.98
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  • If you live in an older home in San Diego, plumber experts like us suggest replacing your existing shower heads with quality low-flow shower heads. The newer models of water-efficient shower heads can save you around 750 gallons of water each month if you take a daily 10-minute shower, doing the environment and your pocket book a world of good.

    A simple test determines if a shower head delivers more than 2 gpm. Hold a 2-gallon bucket under the shower head and turn on the water. Time how long it takes to fill the bucket. It should take at least one minute; the longer it takes to fill the bucket, the better. If the bucket fills in less than one minute, replacing the shower head would save water and energy. (See References 3)

  • A simple test determines if a showerhead delivers more than 2 gpm. Hold a 2-gallon bucket under the shower head and turn on the water. Time how long it takes to fill the bucket. It should take around a minute; the longer it takes to fill the bucket, the better. If the bucket fills in less than one minute, replacing the showerhead would save water and energy.

    * Metered Water savings. The metered water bill for a typical house can be £587 based on water consumption of 433 Litres per day. 433L x 365 days is 158000L, therefore cost per litre of metered water is 0.37pence per litre. A typical shower for 6 minutes can use 60L of water, which costs 0.37p x 60 = 22p. two showers per days 365 days per year is £162, 35% water saving with this shower head saves £57 per year.

  • We got an ultra low-flow showerhead to save water and energy, but it just didn't delivery enough water! We replaced it with your Shower Manger. We can now enjoy a regular shower for a reasonable time, and then let your showerhead device take care of the needed conservation. Nifty idea, works great! Rachel, Santa Barbara, CA

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The low flow shower head has been around for some time and thankfully many builders, contractors and plumbers are already installing these into new showers and newly built houses. The average household shower expels approximately 15 litres of water per minute. A shower that has a water saving shower head fitted will expel approximately 9 or 10 litres per minute. Checking to see whether your current adjustable shower head is saving water is simple; just follow the quick instructions below: