If you are looking into water conservation or would like to lower your water bill, installing a low-flow shower head is a great solution!
Low-flow shower heads cut water consumption 50 to 70%. Many low-flow shower heads feature flow-adjusting dials such as a pause button, which allows you to break for lathering then return to the same temperature and pressure.
There are two basic types of low-flow shower heads. One type is the aerating low-flow shower head. Aerating shower heads mix air with water, forming a misty spray.
The second type is a laminar low-flow shower head. Laminar shower heads form individual streams of water.
Both aerating and laminar low-flow shower heads are great and will help you conserve water. If you need help installing a low-flow shower head, call Ben Franklin Plumbing in Charlotte.