Technologies Transforming the Plumbing Business
Technology has changed the face of the plumbing industry, from growing demand for smart homes to pipes that tell on themselves when they spring a leak. Consumers ask for green living products or ways to reduce water usage and recycle water and for touchless plumbing fixtures.
The combination of technology with environmental concerns paved the way for new opportunities for plumbing contractors to expand into heating and cooling, lawn sprinklers, and other home mechanical systems. Simultaneously there is a critical shortage in skilled labor, quality, and creativity in the workplace.
Consumers who are tech-savvy, today use technology to control everything from their smartphones—from regulating their home’s indoor air temperature to creating a grocery list based on their smart refrigerator’s notifications.
Consumers are not only tech-savvy but also environmentally conscious. They take the services of service providers who use high-tech solutions, such as water leak detection smart devices to prevent unexpected water damage.
Homeowners rely on the plumbers to fix aging pipes, unclogging a toilet, or installing a water heater these days. Plumbers are also called to install HVAC units, water treatment systems, water conservation systems, landscape sprinkler systems, fire sprinkler systems, and waste management systems—all of which employ technology to maximize efficiency.
Environmentally conscious consumers want to reduce water consumption and save money on utility bills. They remain committed to water conservation and are willing to pay for it, giving plumbers specifically trained in greywater systems an opportunity to reap the benefits.
Simple flush toilets are not the choice of today’s generation. These young consumers expect more from what they buy than previous generations as they are no longer content with traditional water heaters and plumbing fixtures, and want new technology like Bluetooth showerheads, smart water heaters, sensors to detect leaking pipes, and touchless digital faucets that reduce water flow.
Smart toilets that conserve water are also available in the market which comes with seat warmers and night lights. Touchless plumbing fixtures, previously found only in commercial settings, are gaining in popularity for homes because they last longer and help to conserve water.
The tankless water heater is the most sought-after fixture by consumers as they and saves on energy costs. Brain pipes technology is again a new trend in the plumbing industry. They detect leaks in the plumbing system and pinpoints the exact location of the leak before sending a text to the homeowner and shutting off the water supply. This helps prevent mold or leak damage from occurring. This technology also generates a monthly report on water consumption so homeowners can determine where and when they’re wasting the most water.
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