What if simply changing your showerhead could save you over 2,700 gallons of water per year? With one of the worst years for drought behind us, as evidenced by the extensive California wildfires, water conservation is no longer an option. Lucky for homeowners, new technology is constantly entering the market to help minimize water usage and simultaneously reduce utility bills.
One such invention, which uses ShowerStart technology, is the evolve showerhead. Based on the premise that too much water is wasted as you’re multitasking while waiting for the shower to get warm, this showerhead will slow to a trickle once it reaches 95 degrees–thus saving you two and half gallons of water per minute. Brilliant!
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