Making Lives Better with Green Plumbing
At Petri Plumbing & Heating, we’re proud of the Brooklyn plumbing work we do for our clients to help them save money and make their own homes more environmentally friendly.
Whether it’s upgrading fixtures to save water or installing tankless heating units to cut down on utility bills, there are easy ways to go green when it comes to plumbing. Here are a few of the ways we can help:
How Low Can These Toilets Flow?
When it comes to efficiency in household plumbing, the toilet is often the poster child for progress. After all, some of today’s toilets use less than a gallon of water per flush, without compromising on utility. Many modern toilets are actually more effective than older, less-efficient models, even if they do use less water.
In addition, the entire bathroom has seen an efficiency-forward makeover, from sinks that use less water, to shower heads that provide warmer, higher-pressure streams with a fraction of the waste. Steam showers even promise to provide spa-like experiences at a tenth of a gallon per minute.
Improvements Throughout the Home
Tankless water heaters are another way our Green Plumbers help clients make their homes more efficient. By doing away with the 50-gallon-or-more holding tank, and only heating water as needed, these units can save homeowners hundreds in energy costs per year. Whether these are installed per-room or as a whole-home system, the maintenance and cost savings make them worth considering.
Finally, we put your family’s health and safety first. Older homes here in Brooklyn may still have lead pipes, which can cause health issues if the metal leaches into drinking water. We stay up to date on the latest material safety information and can replace your home’s old pipes to improve your water quality.
When it comes to green plumbing in Brooklyn, there’s nobody quite like us. We were the first company in New York City certified by Green Plumbers USA, and we’re committed to providing the best service. Contact Petri Plumbing & Heating online, or call us at (718) 748-1254 to learn more.