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WaterSense low-flow showerheads


Water heating is the second biggest contributor to home energy bills, and showers typically account for most of a family’s hot water use. Upgrading just one showerhead to an energy-saving model can save the average household up to 40% per year on water and energy costs.

A standard showerhead uses 2.5 gallons of water per minute (gpm) or more, while low-flow showerheads with the EPA’s WaterSense label use 2.0 gpm or less. WaterSense showerheads come in a variety of styles and are designed to provide strong water flow, ensuring a great shower experience.

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