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Whether building a new home or upgrading an older one, Sarasota, FL homeowners can benefit from the newest trends in plumbing services. Concerns about environmental protection and the struggling economy have led manufactures to create eco-friendly products that offer significant energy savings. The top five latest plumbing trends for Sarasota residents will show you realistic solutions that you can implement on almost any budget.

Lead Free Faucets: Many faucets and fixtures are made using brass, even the ones that are coated with nickel or chrome, and contain lead. Newer trends call for the lead to be replaced using a product called bismuth. Sarasota, FL based Aqua Plumbing & Air, recommends that all fixtures, pipes and fittings be replaced with lead free alternatives.

High Efficiency Toilets: Installing a high efficiency toilet during your next plumbing service can save your household thousands of gallons of water each year. Considering that the average house flushes the toilet five times a day, the total amount of water saved averages between 1800 to 23,000 gallons.

Hot Water Solar Collectors: Newer trends include plastic alternatives that are budget friendly. These can be installed in new construction buildings or the existing system can be retrofitted during plumbing service calls. It collects energy needed for heating water at a lower cost, and can supply up to 40% of your household demand.

Grey Water Recovery: Dual pipe technology allows grey water to be recycled for lawn and garden use. Wastewater can be collected from washing machines, sinks, bathtubs, and showers, sanitized and piped to a spigot. Depending on how much you water your landscaping, you can save up to 5,000 gallons each year.

Low Nitrous Oxide Hot Water Heaters: According to Aqua Plumbing & Air, hot water heater emissions can last 120 years in the atmosphere. Installing a newer design during plumbing service calls is cost efficient and reduces harmful greenhouse gases.

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