Home and Living loves long hot showers but, like most people today—whether homeowners or renters—are concerned with high utility bills and wasting water. That’s why when the folks at Niagara Conservation suggested we try out the Sava Spa Showerhead, we jumped at the chance.
Since approximately 30 - 35 percent of a family’s total indoor water consumption results from shower use, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), switching to high-efficiency showerheads can help homeowners save on their water and utility bills and help reduce expenses.
"...approximately 30 - 35 percent of a family’s total indoor water consumption results from shower use..."
We like this particular showerhead because it gives a full rainwater shower due to the great spray radius. The water flows evenly throughout the entire shower and despite this nice shower experience, it also conserves water. The estimate is that it can save up to 8,213 gallons of water per year and up to $173 off utility bills.
It also has a sleek appearance, is super easy to install and when it comes time to clean, we know that a short bath in vinegar water should do the trick.
So far we have liked everything about the Niagara Sava Spa Showerhead that we gave it a full five stars.