Pfister has announced that it’s upgrading select versions of current faucet families with high efficiency models. The upgraded faucets, which are now rolling into home improvement stores across Canada, are replacing older versions of select Pfister families. The new faucets are designed to help consumers save water with no noticeable impact on the performance of the Pfister kitchen and bathroom faucets and showerheads. According to Pfister, the new faucets can reduce water usage by as much as 20 per cent.
“The new high efficiency versions of our faucets and showerheads are being introduced in several of our currently existing models, simply replacing the older stock, with no change in MSRP,” said Adam Findlay, senior marketing manager at Pfister. “These high-efficiency faucets have unique innovations that use less water but don’t compromise on performance. They make it easy to conserve water and help the environment while also helping you save on your water bill.”
Popular Pfister families such as Ashfield and Kenzo are available in the upgraded high efficiency models.
According to Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada remains one of the largest per capita users of fresh water in the world. They advise that managing water use can help prevent a wide variety of environmental and economic problems, including water shortages, increased concentration of pollutants in water bodies, costly expansion of water and wastewater infrastructure and increased energy consumption to pump and treat. As an industry leader in faucet innovations and designs, Pfister is committed to providing sustainable solutions to help households conserve water and protect the environment.