Can Technology Improve Your Plumbing?

When it comes to evolving technology trends around the house, your plumbing fixtures are probably not the first to come to mind. However, just as technology has improved our security systems, home entertainment and electricity, it is making its mark in the latest plumbing options too. Whether you are aiming for more comfort, convenience or cost-savings, the following plumbing technologies may perk your interest:

Convenience & Comfort

Imagine LED lights on your toilet when you have to “go” during the night. Or maybe you’d like to stream your favorite tunes in the shower with wireless technology. There are a number of ways that digital technology is being integrated with your home plumbing use.

Savings in Resources and Money

There is strong growth when it comes to plumbing products that protect the environment and save consumers money. Choices range from buying a tankless water heater to installing a greywater recycling system. However, more and more appliances are going green too. You will certainly find energy efficient dishwashers and washers in the latest built homes.  Evolving technology also includes innovations like a Wi-Fi enabled sprinkler systems that download the weather forecast and adjust their operation accordingly. The sky is the limit when it comes to technology’s ability to help you save.

A Healthier Home

Not only can the newest plumbing technology trends help you go green or provide a more comfortable experience, but they can also make your home healthier.  No-touch toilets and faucets are increasingly popular in both homes and businesses. This greatly boosts sanitation and prevents the spread of germs by allowing users to operate plumbing fixtures using digital sensors and a hands-free experience.

At Metro Septic and Plumbing, we are committed to learning and implementing the latest technology trends in plumbing.  We want our customers to enjoy a plumbing system that is cost-efficient, environmentally friendly, safe and convenient to use.

Posted on behalf of Metro Septic and Plumbing

Follow Us on Google+