You can’t be a faucet industry leader and not be pro-water. So we’re serious about providing beautiful, sustainable solutions that help you save water at home and protect our environment for future generations.
Why conserve water?
Secure (y)our water supply.
While our population continues to grow, the supply of water on earth is finite. When you use water efficiently, you help maintain our shared supply, reduce pollutants, and conserve our natural resources.
Save big on your water bill.
When you replace old kitchen and bath faucets with water-saving ones, you can save money. For an average home, that means spending about $170 less on your annual water bill. Ka-ching!
Reduce energy too.
Since water is pumped with electric power, saving water also helps save energy. If just one of every 100 homes in the U.S. installed new water-saving fixtures, we could reduce our electricity consumption by 100 million kilowatts.
Easy ways to save water at home.
Twisting on an aerator can save up to 500 gallons per year
Installing water efficient showerheads and/or faucets can save 500-800 gallons per month
Fixing leaky faucets or plumbing joints can save 20 gallons per day for every leak stopped
Washing fruits and vegetables in a pot of water and reusing water for plants can save 150-250 gallons per month
Adding mulch to your garden conserves moisture and reduces the need for frequent watering, which can save 750-1,500 gallons a month
Planning a low-water-use garden (also known as a xeriscape) by planting native flora and drought resistant perennials can save 750-1,500 gallons a month
Turning off water while brushing your teeth can save 3 gallons each day
Running only full loads in the washing machine and dishwasher can save 300-800 gallons per month
Shortening showers can save 700 gallons per month for every minute
As one of the first faucet companies to be certified by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) WaterSense program, we’ve been a proven leader of green projects since 2007. Our WaterSense certified products are engineered to reduce water consumption by 30%.
In support of the California Green Building Code, many Pfister products are rated to meet or exceed CALGreen criteria, which reduce the overall use of potable water within the building by at least 20%.
Pfister faucets meet the California Energy Commission’s (CEC) standards for water appliances . CEC compliant faucets and shower heads use significantly less water than standard products while still meeting strict performance guidelines.
Innovative Reinforced Polymer Waterways – Limits water’s contact with metallic surfaces . Our lead-free certified kitchen, bar, and lavatory faucets have been thoroughly tested and certified to meet NSF/ANSI/CAN 61: Q≤1 Lead-Requirements, meaning no more than 0.25% lead in all wetted surfaces.