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FIXTURES & FINISHES


systems which use 13 litres per flush. Another easy tip to save water in the bathroom is by choosing a water efficient showerhead. The Energy Saving Trust says that a family of four taking just under 20 showers a week can save around £80 a year on gas for water heating, as well as £120 on water bills if they change their showerhead. By choosing a low flow showerhead, you can reduce the amount of water you use in the shower as these clever showerheads, consume less water but still perform to the same standard as a regular head.


spray patterns from an intense jet to a relaxing massage spray. This adds a simple but indulgent addition to your showering experience, offering you the choice to tailor the water flow to suit your mood.


SMART SAVINGS


Water saving in the home is becoming more relevant than ever before, as people are increasingly aware that the products they use can have a significant impact on the environment. Many homeowners are now looking for


appliances and gadgets that help conserve precious resources, use less energy, and are kind to the pocket. About two thirds of water consumption in private households is accounted for in the bathroom and as much as a third of a building’s water is flushed down the toilet. In the UK alone, there are around 45 million toilets, equating to flushing approximately 2 billion litres of water every day! This can be reduced by installing a dual flush toilet system, which will only typically use four to six litres of water opposed to the old style flush


THE FUTURE OF THE SMART BATHROOM Bluetooth, infrared and wireless technologies are all areas that will see further development as the smart home sector continues to thrive. Meanwhile, products with advanced user recognition features will become more common, such as those seen in other parts of the home with sensors that know when we are home and voice activation abilities. With advanced sensing there will be a time when you’ll no longer have to set your preferred settings – such as water temperature and flow strength – for each use.


Michael Gray is product manager at GROHE UK


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