How Much Can You Save?
If we told you saving money was as easy as switching out shower heads, would you believe us?

What if we showed you?

Check out the chart below and you can SEE the savings by switching from 2.5 gallons-per-minute shower heads to 1.5 gallons-per-minute shower heads.
You see how switching to a lower-flow shower head for one 20-minute shower a day can save a significant amount. Think about all those other showers that are not accounted for in this chart.

So now what?

Know that not all low-flow shower heads are created equal. Delta's H20kinetic shower heads offer a feeling of using more water, that stays hotter longs, without actually using more hot water.

Call us. Email us. Reach out to us because we are offering a free 1.5 gpm Delta H20kinetic shower head for your facility*. This offer is limited to the first 50 people to respond, so please act quickly!

Talk to you soon!

Sarah Waple
Rich-Tomkins Company
*= facility of 15 or more units only, please.

How did we find the savings?
Using the national average on water cost, $6.06/1000 gallons, Philadelphia average for electric, $.16/kWh, and Philadelphia average for gas, $.94.If you want more specifics, please request them.
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