Plumbing Leaks may be costing you money! Have them repaired and start saving today.

by stevensplumbingac on March 19, 2013

This week is Fix A Leak week, and the EPA is encouraging all homeowners to check their plumbing fixtures for leaks that might be wasting water, and wasting $$ on high utility costs.

Stevens Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning is helping to promote water conservation with our Special Offer:

BUY ONE, GET 25% OFF ANY ADDITIONAL

When you have any plumbing fixture repaired or replaced, you can save 25% off the normal cost of repairing or replacing any additional fixtures.

plumbing repairDripping faucets and shower heads, a leaking toilet, and other plumbing leaks, can waste thousands of gallons of water each year – and cost you money.  Let us inspect your plumbing fixtures while we’re in your home for any plumbing repair.  There’s no charge for the inspection, and if we find a plumbing leak, perhaps one you may not even be aware of, you can save 25% immediately off the cost of having that additional repair (or replacement), plus start saving money on lower water bills.

And, if your home was built prior to 1995, even if your plumbing fixtures aren’t leaking you may want to consider replacing them with upgraded fixtures that use less water, significantly cutting your water consumption, as well as your water bills.  In 1995, the National Energy Policy Act required all new toilets to be low flow, using no more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush.  Along with the new low flow toilets, other low water use fixtures have been introduced, including faucets that use 40% less water than older models, and showerheads that use as much as 50% less.

And today, there are even more options for water saving plumbing fixtures.  Newer dual-flush toilets give you an option for flushing either solid or liquid waste, with the liquid waste flush using only one gallon per flush.

Retrofitting your home with new, low water consumption plumbing fixtures is a smart investment that will decrease your water consumption, lower your utility bills, as well as adding to the value, and the appearance, of your home.  This sleek Moen single handle, goose-neck faucet uses less water than older models, and is an attractive addition to this kitchen.

Questions?  Give us a call!  An experienced plumber is always available during business hours to answer your questions.

Stevens Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning
(602) 273-7473

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