Why You Should Consider a Touchless Water Faucet in Your HomeAugust 28th, 2013
Water faucets have certainly come a long way through the years. They make all sorts of water faucets for both homes and businesses. Some are very modern, while some take on more of a vintage style. They come in a large array of colors and finishes which just adds another element to the decision making process.
I know for me, when I use a public restroom, I am happy to see a touchless water faucet. It makes me feel more confident that I am leaving with clean hands. Let’s be honest, the same hands that turn on a faucet (before they are washed), turn off the faucet. So you need to be tricky and creative if you don’t want to touch the faucet to turn it off. For homeowners, touchless water faucets provide many benefits over the traditional faucet. Touchless water faucets help to keep your bathroom free from bacteria. This is especially true for families with children. Another great benefit of a touchless water faucet is that it provides the perfect temperature of warm water. You never have to worry about children burning themselves with hot water. Touchless water faucets are also a big water saver. A lot of people keep the water running when they brush their teeth and end up wasting water. Since the touchless water faucet only runs water when it senses something right in front of it, it will automatically shut off when not needed and it will save a lot of water as a result.
Most homeowners may not realize that touchless water faucets are available for residential installation. They are free from bacteria, save water, and are always the perfect temperature. They also eliminate hard water build up around the faucet levers from turning them off. In addition to all of these benefits, they look pretty cool too.