Conserving Hot Water with a House Full of Guests

Never Run Out of Hot Water in the Shower. Even with a Houseful of Guests

The more guests that stay over at your home, the quicker the hot water can run out in the shower. And leave guests and family in the cold.

Prepare ahead of time by installing a water-saving High Sierra shower head. That’ll keep the hot water flowing for everyone!

Keep Your Hot Showers Flowing

When your house is full of family and guests staying over for the Holidays, it’s all too easy to suddenly run out of hot water in the shower. Brrrr!

Here’s what you can do: install High Sierra shower heads. They’re super water-efficient. That gives everyone far longer hot showers, even on the coldest days!

Here’s why: they use far less water up to a gallon per minute less than nearly all other shower heads. That helps your water heater keep up, so the hot water continues flowing.

That means the shower water stays nice and toasty, even when people are taking showers one right after another. And even if two or more showers are running at the same time!


Treat Your Guests

With a High Sierra shower head, not only will you ensure everyone in your home will be getting plenty of hot water in the shower, but they’ll also love the way their shower feels.

High Sierra’s patented nozzle is designed to make a spray of large, heavy, invigorating droplets. It easily rinses shampoo and other hair products out of even the longest, thickest hair, and feels great on your skin.

No more tiny streams of stinging water. No more misty sprays. No more gaps in the spray pattern. Instead, you get nestled inside a full spray of large, heavy, warm droplets – perfect for cold days!

Easy and Quick to Install

Installing a High Sierra shower head is as simple as unscrewing your old shower head and screwing on your new, more efficient one.

Just screw it on and hand tighten it as far as you can. Then give it a snug half-turn with a wrench to strengthen the hold.

No plumbers tape is needed, due to their rubber gaskets. And the sturdy ball joint – which lets you position the shower head at many angles – will take a firmer grip as you tighten the shower head.