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Did you know that bathrooms are the largest water users in your home? They account for more than half of all indoor water usage. Giving your bathroom a mini-makeover by installing a WaterSense labeled toilet, faucet and shower head can save your household about 7000 gallons annually, that’s enough water to wash six months worth of laundry!

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Here’s a beautiful faucet collection from Brizo, Delta’s designer line of faucets.Brizo bath faucet
Brizo introduces the Charlotte bath collection, designed to bridge the gap between traditional and modern design. Inspired by the Art Deco movement, the line includes faucets, Roman tubs, thermostatic valves, showerheads, a bidet, coordinating accessories, lighting and mirrors. The collection incorporates elegant, flowing lines, which will add an air of sophistication to any bath.  The series is offered in Brizo’s new Cocoa Bronze finish, which features warm, dark bronze tones. The Charlotte collection will be available in October 2011.        

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Delta’s Linden kitchen faucet has a multi-flow pull-out spray head. The multi-flow delivers 1.5 gallons per minute in a spray or stream flow pattern for water efficiency. For faster filling of sinks or pots you can opt for a 2.0 stream pattern when needed. Available in chrome, stainless and Venetian Bronze finishes, the Delta 4153-DST is a great addition to any kitchen.

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Check out the new kitchen faucet and finish from Delta Faucet – Champagne Bronze. Looks pretty nice!

This is the Delta 9959 CZ – Coming soon!!

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Delta 1177SS

Delta’s new pot filler is available in chrome, stainless steel and Venetian Bronze finishes. A beautiful addition to any kitchen with dual controls for ease of use.

Give us a call if you’d like us to install one in your kitchen!

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Spring will soon be here and that means spring cleaning. Be careful the first time you use your outside faucets. They could have frozen and burst over the winter and you don’t know it until you turn them on. The first time you turn on each faucet or hook up the garden hose, it’s a good idea to leave it running and go inside to make sure you’re not flooding your basement or crawl space. Better yet, have someone inside checking things out while you’re outside turning the faucets on and off. Many times we have heard from homeowners who were out washing cars or windows and come back inside to a flooded basement, not a good thing.. If you do have a brozen/burst hosebib just turn it off and don’t use it again until it has been replaced. It won’t leak anymore as long as you keep it turned off. A do-it-yourselfer can replace a hosebib with no problem, it you need help give us a call!

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Your government hard at work.. Now they’re considering a “redefinition” of showerheads. They want to regulate not only the gallons per minute allowed per shower head (they already do this, it’s 2.5 gallons per minute) but per shower unit. Meaning if you have 1 shower you can only use 2.5 gallons per minute in that shower. If you are lucky enough to have a shower with 2 shower heads or some nice body sprays and a hand shower, this will no longer be allowed unless all the outlets combined use no more than 2.5 gallons per minute. Even if you only use one at a time that won’t work, it will be measured by the total flow of all outlets. I’m all for water conservation but this is ridiculous.

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/appliance_standards/residential/pdfs/showerhead_guidance.pdf

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