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Don't equate the term "low-flow" showerhead to mean you'll be standing under a dribble. Today's efficient shower heads use less water without compromising water pressure.

The lower the GPM or gallons per minute, the more water you'll save.
  • In the 1980's and 1990's flow rates were 3.5 GPM or more
  • Today, a standard showerhead is typically 2.5 GPM
  • High efficiency shower heads are rated at 1.5 GPM
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