Bathroom Faucet

Earning LEED Points in Certification

LEED certification points are earned as the amount of water usage is reduced in the fixture: At a 25% reduction of water usage, your project earns a LEED point for indoor water us

Bathroom Faucet

Earning LEED Points in Certification

LEED certification points are earned as the amount of water usage is reduced in the fixture: At a 25% eduction of water usage, your project earns a LEED point for indoor water usage. A 30% water usage reduction leads to a two-point gain for your project. Lowering your water usage by 35% will gain you three points on your LEED certification scorecard. A 40% reduction over the baseline water usage can gain four points for your project, while a 45% reduction leads to a five-point gain on your scorecard. Though these seem like drastic eductions, improvements in technology can make all the difference in delivering strong performance while reducing water usage. With 80% of state water managers expecting to see water shortages under average conditions, selecting fixtures that lead to water usage improvements can make all the difference between having enough clean water to go around versus being placed under strong water usage restrictions. Ready to make a change? Take a few minutes to browse the selection of WaterSense fixtures available from Symmons.

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GREEN-E-101

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar .  You may think of bathroom  xtures as something you choose from an aesthetic standpoint, more than an  economic perspective. Sure, a price
point might be in mind, but for many, the idea of water  conservation isn’t  always their  first thought or priority.  Low flow xtures are modern toilets, faucets, and shower heads that use  signicantly less water than their  outdated counterparts. Making the  switch to low ow xtures can save
water, energy, and money!

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GREEN-E-102

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Low flow xtures are increasingly  becoming available in a variety of colors and styles. From toilets to showerheads,  here’s why opting to go low ow is the way you’ll want to go.

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GREEN-E-103

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Benefits of Installing Low Flow Fixtures Decreased water waste – Low flow  fixtures are specifically designed to limit water waste. The average low flow fixture expels around half the gallons per minute than a standard fixture. Add that up over time, and you can save about a thousand gallons of water per year!

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GREEN-E-201

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Benefits of Installing Low Flow Fixtures, Energy Savings – The less water you use, the less energy required to heat it. For instance, if you are an avid hot shower taker, electricity is needed to heat that water. Not only that, but the decrease in the need to heat your water is followed up by a reduction in the use of your water heater, extending it’s lifespan and putting less wear and tear on it, too.

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GREEN-E-202

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Benefits of Installing Low Flow Fixtures
Reduced utility bills – As you may have figured out by now, low flow fixtures will allow you to use less electricity and less water, leaving you with a decrease of the amount owed on your utility bills. That’s more money in your pocket to use elsewhere within the house.

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GREEN-E-301

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar How Much Water Do Traditional Faucet Fixtures Use? Standard faucets can on average use anywhere from 1-3 gallons per minute, or 4-8 liters per minute. There are many factors that come into play when determining the amount of water a faucet uses like the age of the faucet and the pipes, as well as the available water pressure.

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GREEN-E-302

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Low Flow Faucets – Switching to a low-flow faucet that uses 1.5 gallons per minute can reduce your sink’s water flow by about 30% or more.

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GREEN-E-303

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar, • Low Flow Toilets – standard toilets use 1.6 gallons per flush, compared to the 1.28 gallons used by low-flow toilet fixtures. • Low Flow Shower Heads – standard showerheads use 2.5 gallons of water per minute, while low-flow showerheads use no more than 2.0 gallons per minute.

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GREEN-E-304

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar, What is the difference between a low flow faucet and a standard faucet? Decreased water waste – Low flow fixtures are specifically designed to limit water waste. The average low flow fixture expels around half the gallons per minute than a standard fixture. Add that up over time, and you can save about a thousand gallons of water per year!

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EAS-2001

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar, Similar to kitchen faucets bathroom or lavatory faucets must be limited to 2.2 gallons of water per minute or less at 60 PSI. If you want to go above and beyond to add a truly water-efficient fixture to your bathroom design, there is a wide range of WaterSense® certified faucets available that fit the bill. Water efficient lavatory faucets are available in a variety of finishes and styles to satisfy any aesthetic.

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EAS-2002

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar, Similar to kitchen faucets, bathroom or lavatory faucets must be limited to 2.2 gallons of water per minute or less at 60 PSI. If you want to go above and beyond to add a truly water-efficient fixture to your bathroom design, there is a wide range of WaterSense® certified faucets available that fit the bill. Water efficient lavatory faucets are available in a variety of finishes and styles to satisfy any aesthetic

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EAS-2003

Flow rate : 0.35 gpm & 0.5 gpm @ 3.0 bar Similar to kitchen faucets, bathroom or lavatory faucets must be limited to 2.2 gallons of water per minute or less at 60 PSI. If you want to go above and beyond to add a truly water-efficient fixture to your bathroom design, there is a wide range of WaterSense® certified faucets available that fit the bill. Water efficient lavatory faucets are available in a variety of finishes and styles to satisfy any aesthetic.