Heat Up Your Showers With Hot Water Recirculation!

Many people wait for hot water each morning before showering. A similar thing happens when people operate other sinks, dishwashers and washing machines. Fortunately, this problem can be solved with new technology that provides faster hot water.

This innovative new technology provides hot water recirculation valve that saves water, saves energy, is convenient to use and easy to install (not requiring pipe cutting or electrical wiring). This system is typically used on retrofits but may also be installed on new construction. It consists of an eco-friendly temperature controlled thermal convection powered hot water recirculation valve installed under the plumbing fixture farthest from the water heater. The Hot water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve contains a sensor, which opens the valve only when the water temperature drops below the adjustable temperature setting (to save hot water).

To get instant hot water (as often found at hotels and other institutions), normally you would need to have a dedicated loop in the piping system that circulates hot water back to the water heater. Most houses do not have a dedicated loop (the hot water pipe typically dead ends at the plumbing fixture that is farthest away from the heater). It difficult to install an effective dedicated return loop in an existing home due to the proximity of pipes (behind walls, under floors, in attics and etc.).

But, you don’t have to install a dedicated return loop if you choose to use a modern recirculating system. Better systems employ an adjustable temperature actuated valve that connects the cold and hot water supply lines at the fixture that is farthest away from the water heater. The bypass valve uses the cold water line as the return loop back to the water heater and as an added benefit aids in preventing pipes from freezing.

Not all hot water recirculation systems are the same. Some systems require pumps, start buttons and timers. The systems that use pumps, timers and pushbuttons can not only be difficult to install and noisy, they also require pump replacement every 2-4 years…the most convenient hot water recirculating systems (with the best warranty) are pump-less.

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Breakthrough In Instant Hot Water Is Now Available

Hot water re-circulation for domestic water systems is creating a lot of buzz these days, spurred primarily by consumer desire to reduce utility costs and the demand for instant hot water at the tap.

Houses are getting bigger, featuring master baths with giant tubs located farther from the hot water source. But, it’s wasteful to let all that water go down the drain, even if it is the drain of a shower with six heads. To keep utility costs down it’s critical that consumers use eco-friendly devices that save hot water.

Statistics promoted by the manufacturers of hot water re-circulation systems show that the technology saves up to 17,000 gallons of water each year for an average family of four. In larger homes, with more faucets and showers and longer water lines between the water heater and distant bathrooms, the amount of water that’s wasted can be higher. But most consumers also enjoy the benefit of comfort and convince.

A hot water re-circulation system saves money in other ways. Water systems use electricity to pump and distribute water to destinations. And wasted water unnecessarily burdens sewer systems and septic systems.

Many consumers, after spending several hundred dollars on tank-less water heaters are disappointed to find that they still have a long wait before hot water reaches their shower or faucet. However, they could have saved that money by installing a new eco-friendly innovative technology to provide hot water recirculation that saves water, saves energy, is convenient to use and easy to install (not requiring pipe cutting o-r electrical wiring). This eco-friendly system known as the Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve is typically used on retrofits but may also be installed on new construction. It consists of a temperature controlled thermal convection powered hot water re-circulation valve installed under the plumbing fixture farthest from the water heater. The system contains a sensor, which opens the valve only when the water temperature drops below the adjustable temperature setting providing faster hot water to all your plumbing fixtures.

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New Patented Hot Water Recirculation System Reduces Utility Bills

Waiting for Hot Water is a common problem: turn on the faucet or shower for hot water, then wait for it to arrive. With this eco-friendly and patented Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve in place, there’s no more wait. Instant hot water!

Waiting for hot water sends millions of gallons of cooled water down the drain each year. In fact, an average family wastes up to 17,000 gallons of water each year waiting for hot water.*

Installing this innovative new technology for your customer provides hot water re-circulation that saves water, saves energy, is convenient to use and easy to install (not requiring pipe cutting or electrical wiring). This system is typically used on retrofits but may also be installed on new construction. It consists of an eco-friendly temperature controlled thermal convection powered hot water re-circulation valve installed under the plumbing fixture farthest from the water heater. To save hot water, the system contains a sensor, which opens the valve only when the water temperature drops below the adjustable temperature setting providing faster hot water when you need it.

*Source: Dept. of Energy study.

Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing
The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and shower

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No Need To Wait For Your Hot Water!

One of the most frustrating things in any house or office is waiting for the hot water to get to the faucet or shower. It can seem like an eternity and is also one of the biggest wastes of water.

The following article based on NAHB Research shows a solution to this problem. However, read the part about how the solution can, if you aren’t careful, waste energy.

Innovative and temperature controlled hot water re-circulation valves use eco-friendly thermal convection to circulate the hot water (no water pump or electricity required) to your faucets and showers.

To save hot water, a re-circulation system provides a means to get hot water from a water heater to your faucet or shower, while simultaneously sending cooled water (from the hot water lines) back to the water heater to be reheated. In addition to having the convenience of instant hot water at your faucets and showers. Systems like the Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve conserve water, actually save energy and save the average household 17,000 gallons of fresh water a year…plus the convenience of faster hot water.

Hot water re-circulation systems are commercially available nationwide through the manufacturer, distributor, plumbing wholesale supply warehouse or at selected retail home stores. No special approval or requirements are needed to install this system into your home or office. Some jurisdictions are offering a rebate on the purchase and installation of hot water re-circulation systems. Warranties range from 1 to 10 years depending on manufacturer and model.

Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing
The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

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America’s Water Use Statistics Validates Your Environmental Product Business

Water is one of Americas most valuable and precious resources – for our health, our environment and our economy. For America, water is not a luxury that can be taken for granted. Future predictions indicate our rainfall patterns and climate will be more variable and even with diversifying our water sources, we must continue to value water and use it wisely. We need to value every drop, everywhere, every single time.

Saving water doesn’t have to be expensive or time-consuming – check the following facts and tips that’ll can help save water.

Nearly 20% of water consumed in the home is used in the bathroom, with 11% of that water flushed down the toilet. Leaving taps running while you brush your teeth or shave, and taking long showers and deep baths can waste hundreds of gallons of water per person a day. An eco-friendly temperature controlled hot water re-circulation valve, which provides instant hot water (so water is not wasted down the drain waiting for water to run hot at your faucet or shower). The eco-friendly temperature controlled Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve can save hot water by providing faster hot water. The average household wastes up to 17,000 gallons of fresh water a year running water down the drain while waiting for hot water.

More than 11% of total household water consumption is used for cooking, cleaning, washing or drinking. The good news is conserving water in the kitchen generally requires only moderate changes in your water use habits.

Around 16% of total household water consumption is used in the laundry. The laundry is not only records high water use but is also responsible for a high consumption of total household energy and detergents.

Americans pride themselves on their gardens, landscaping and lawns. However water is easily wasted in the outside the home. Making smart choices when it comes to your water practices in the yard can cut your total household water consumption drastically.

Because you do not pay the water bill at work, water consumption in the workplace can be pretty high as it can be taken for granted. Employees and employers need to be conscious of the actions they can take at work to conserve our most precious resource.

Your water saving and energy saving products help your customers do their part to preserve our precious fresh water.

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The Water Conservation Business Is Ripe For Small Business Startups

Water conservation has become an essential practice in all regions, even in areas where water seems abundant. In addition to saving money on your utility bill, water conservation helps prevent water pollution in nearby lakes, rivers and local watersheds.

Conserving water can also extend the life of your sewer system and septic system by reducing soil saturation, and reducing pollution into the watershed. Overloading municipal sewer systems can also cause untreated sewage to flow to lakes and rivers. The smaller the amount of water flowing through these systems, the lower the likelihood of pollution. In some communities, costly sewage system expansion has been avoided by community wide household water conservation.

Water conservation comes naturally when everyone in the family is aware of its importance, and parents take the time to teach children some of the simple water-saving methods around the home, which combined with other households and businesses can make a big difference.

In 1990, 30 states in the US reported ‘water-stress’ conditions. In 2000, the number of states reporting water-stress rose to 40. In 2009, the number rose to 45. There is a worsening trend in water supply nationwide. Taking measures at home to conserve water not only saves you money, it also is of benefit to the greater community.

Saving water at home does not require any significant cost outlay. Although there are water-saving devices and water conservation systems such as rain barrels, drip irrigation and hot water re-circulation valves, the bulk of water saving methods can be achieved at little cost. For example, 75% of water used indoors is in the bathroom, and 25% of this is for the toilet. The average toilet uses 4 gallons per flush (gpf). You can invest in a ULF (ultra-low flush) toilet, which will use only 1.6 gpf. But you can also install a simple tank bank, costing about $2, which will save .8 gpf. This saves 40% of what you would save with the ULF toilet. Using simple methods like tank banks, low-flow shower heads and faucet aerators you can also help retrofit your home for under $50.

By using water-saving features you can reduce your in-home water use by 35%. This means the average household, which uses 130,000 gallons per year, could save 44,000 gallons of water per year. On a daily basis, the average household, using 350 gallons per day, could save 125 gallons of water per day. The average individual, currently using 70 gallons per day, could save 25 gallons of water per day.

The best solution to save water (saving energy and prevent pipe freezing) is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections) for your customers. The eco-friendly Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These hot water re-circulation systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

Finally, it should be noted that installing low-flow aerators, shower heads, tank banks and other water-saving devices for your customers is usually a very simple operation which can be done by anyone and does not even require the use of tools. Water conservation is one of the easiest measures to put in place, and saving water should become part of everyday family practice.

Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing:

The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

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Painless Tips for Saving Water

As most consumers know, water (H2O) is a finite natural resource that must be conserved; it is limited and scarce in many places. Even if you live in an area with ample rainfall and fresh water lakes, using water uses energy to process it, pump it and heat it. To help sustain your Conservation Consultant Business, here are some ways to help your customers save water.

Install a water meter. You might be very surprised to find out how much water you are actually using. By installing a water meter you can raise your awareness and consequently reduce your water intake. If you already have a water meter, learn how to read it. Among other things, it can be very helpful in detecting leaks. Read the meter once, wait an hour or two without running any water, and read it again. If it has moved, something is leaking. Many water meters have a small wheel or gear that turns fairly rapidly if any water at all is flowing. In the photo, it’s the little blue wheel. If you are sure all your water is turned off and you see this wheel moving at all, you have a leak.

Check your plumbing for leaks, especially leaking toilets and faucets. Fix anything you find leaking. A silent toilet leak could waste from 30 to 500 gallons every day!

Install a hot water recirculating valve. New-patented technology makes hot water recirculation systems an easy to install and economical way to provide instant hot water for all your faucets and showers (so water is not wasted down the drain while waiting for the water to run hot). A hot water recirculation system can save a typical household up to 17,000 gallons of water a year. The eco-friendly Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve utilizes new technology allowing the thermal convection (generated by your water heater-not requiring a pump or any electricity) to circulate water back to your water heater for reheating through your existing plumbing. These systems have a temperature-controlled valve that allows the consumer to easily adjust the temperature control knob to meet their particular needs. Not only do you save hot water, it can prevent pipe freezing. There is no water waste, and it also minimizes energy waste since it only re-circulates water when the hot water at your faucet cools below your desired temperature. Installation is a simple DIY 15-minute project (not requiring any pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections).

Take shorter showers. Take showers rather than baths. By taking a bath you are using up to 100 liters of water! Showering will generally use less than a third of this amount. Shave outside the shower, or turn off the shower while you shave. Take a timer, clock, or stopwatch into the bathroom with you and challenge yourself to cut down your showering time. Install a valve that fits just behind the showerhead. These valves are inexpensive and simply screw into place. Turn the water on for long enough to get wet. Then, use the valve to turn the water off while preserving the temperature of the water while you soap up. Turn the water on again to rinse.

Install low-flow shower heads and faucets or faucet aerators. Low-flow devices are inexpensive ($10-$20 for a shower head and less than $5 for a faucet aerator). Most simply screw into place (you may need an adjustable wrench), and good, current units maintain the pressure and feel of the flow while using as little as half as much water as conventional units.

Turn the faucet/tap off while you are brushing your teeth, shaving, washing your hands, doing dishes, and so on. Turn the tap off when you shower, too. Get wet, then turn off the water while you soap up. Turn it back on for long enough to rinse. Look for a twist valve that installs behind your shower head to keep the water temperature where you set it while the water is off.

Wash full loads. Wait until you have a full load of clothes before you wash a load. Don’t wash a load of clothes just because you want to wear the same pair of pants the next day! When washing your clothes be sure to use the economy mode and this will save you both water and electricity! This goes for dishwashers, too. Load the dishwasher full but not overly full. Don’t wash your dishes before you wash your dishes. Do scrape larger pieces of food waste into the trash or compost. If your dishes don’t get clean without pre-rinsing, make sure you’re loading properly, that your dishwasher is in good repair, and that you’re using an effective dishwasher detergent. Dishwashers, especially modern, efficient ones, can actually save water compared to washing by hand, since they pump the same water around inside the tub. If you’re ready for a new dishwasher, check both energy and water usage before you buy. Choose your next washing machine wisely, too. Front loaders use far less water than top loaders. Choose laundry detergents that rinse cleanly and don’t require an extra rinse.

Do less laundry. For this, you and your family will have to produce less laundry, but you will save time and wear and tear on your fabrics, as well. Hang towels on a rack to air dry after you shower. Use them multiple times between washings. It will help if each family member has his or her own towel. Get several coordinating colors, if need be.

Shower before bed. Your sheets will not get dirty as quickly and you will be able to launder them less frequently. If you like, in between, wash just the pillow cases with other similar fabrics, or have a spare set you can swap in. Wear clothing more than once. You can also wear the same pajamas for a few nights in a row, especially if you shower before bed. Wear slacks, jeans, and skirts more than once between washings. Wear sweatshirts and sweaters over a t-shirt or tank top and just change only the innermost layer. Don’t change clothes midday. If you have something especially messy to do, such as painting, gardening, or working out, set aside one set of old clothes for that purpose and wear it multiple times between washing, too. If possible, time such activities so they happen just before your regular shower so you don’t use additional clothing or take additional showers.

Use waste water or gray water from the bath, washing machines or dish washing on the garden. If possible, hook up a hose to the outlet on your machine to send the water outside onto your garden. To re-use bath water use a hand-operated Siphon Pump. When hand-washing dishes, rinse the dishes into a container, and empty the container into your garden. Collect water for re-use anytime you are running the water. Simply run it into a bucket, watering can, or pitcher. If you collect clean water (such as while adjusting water temperature), you also can use it to hand wash delicate clothing.

Also collect water that you use for rinsing produce and for boiling pasta or eggs.

Use garden-compatible soaps and cleaning products if you collect gray water for gardening. If you’re not sure whether gray water is suitable for plants, you can use it to flush your toilet. Either pour it directly into the bowl, or (provided there is no sediment) use it to refill the toilet tank when you flush.

Use your garbage disposal sparingly. Collect solids in the trashcan, rather than putting them down the sink.

Convert your toilet to low flush. Place a plastic bottle of water in the tank to displace some of the water used for each flush. Weigh the bottle down with pebbles or sand, if necessary. Or, try ordering a ‘save-a-flush’ or ‘hippo’ from your local water board. Not all toilets will be able to flush effectively with a reduced amount of water. Make sure there’s a lid on the bottle, especially if there are pebbles or sand weighing it down. You don’t want any pebbles or sand loose in your toilet tank.

Upgrade to a low-flush toilet. Low flush toilets exist that can flush reliably with 1.6 gallons (6 liters) of water and less. Read product reviews to find a good one.

Get or create a dual-flush toilet. Use the half flush button with a dual-flush toilet.

You can also buy a dual flush conversion kit to turn your water-guzzling toilet into a water saver you can be proud of. Search the web for devices like Selectaflush and twoflush. They both work well and save money.

Don’t flush every time. Remember; “If it’s yellow let it mellow, if it’s brown flush it down.”

Don’t use your toilet as a trash can. Each time you flush the toilet you use up to 9 liters of clean water.

Use a rain collection barrel to Catch the rain. Use it for watering your plants, lawn or garden.

Water the garden and lawn at night. Watering at night gives water more time to soak in without added evaporation from the day’s heat.

Water only the areas that need it. Use a trigger nozzle on your hose or a watering can.

Water deeply but less often. This will encourage plants to grow deeper roots, so that they need water less frequently. One way to water deeply with a minimum of water is to water slowly using drip irrigation or micro sprinklers. The simplest form is a soaker hose; other options include drip tape or hoses with emitters. These systems do not lose water to evaporation like overhead irrigation and keep plant foliage dry to help lessen disease. Buried tape applies the water to the root zone for even greater efficiency. Watering deeply but less often goes for lawns, too. The roots of grass don’t grow as deep as those of other plants, but they can still be encouraged by deeper, less-frequent watering.

Use furrows and basins. Dig low areas to water only the root zones of your plants, not unplanted areas around them.

Use mulch on your garden to retain moisture. Ideal mulch candidates include hay, manure, leaves, wood chips, bark, and newspaper. Many mulches are available for free or very low cost. The right organic mulch can also help improve your soil as it breaks down and keep weeds in check.

Grow the grass longer. Don’t mow your lawn too short. Raise the height of your mower blade, or simply let it grow a bit longer between mowing.

Reduce the size of your lawn. Plant something besides a lawn or reduce the size of your lawn. Lawns require much more water (and maintenance) to keep growing than many other plants and ground covers.

Plant small trees under big trees. This will help prevent evaporation and provides some shade for your plants. You can also plant a shade garden under trees.

Cover your swimming pool. This helps to prevent evaporation. In some places, emptying and refilling a pool is under severe restrictions, or even banned, so preserving this precious resource is crucial.

Time water usage. Put a timer on your sprinkler and outdoor faucets/taps. Look for inexpensive, automatic timers that screw between the hose and the hose bib, or install a programmable timer on your sprinkler or drip system. An automatic timer can also help you water at times of day when the water can best be absorbed. If you water something manually, set a kitchen timer before you turn the water on, or stay with the hose the whole time. Know how to adjust your sprinkler and irrigation timer settings for the seasons. Water less or not at all during wetter, cooler weather.

Maintain your sprinklers and irrigation. If you have irrigation on timers, watch it run. Fix broken sprinkler heads and pipes and make sure that spray patterns are directed where they are intended.

Don’t over-water, and don’t water any faster than the soil can absorb the water. If water is running off the lawn onto the sidewalk, cut the watering time or divide it into two smaller segments to allow time for the water to absorb.

Use environmentally friendly cleansers. This will enable you to reuse waste water from washing to water the lawn or garden.

Wash the car on the lawn. Use a trigger nozzle hose and/or bucket. There are even waterless spray-and-wipe car wash products, but they tend to be costly. Wash the car less often. Everyday dust and dirt won’t harm anything if it collects for a little while. Wash the car at a car wash. Car washes may use less water than you can use at home. Car washes also collect and filter the wastewater appropriately.

Don’t wash the driveway or sidewalk with a hose. Use a broom or rake to remove dry matter and let the rain do the rest.

Plant drought-resistant landscaping. If you have a garden, devote an area to hardy plants that need relatively little water. Also, learn about native plants that naturally thrive in your area.

Know how much water plants need to thrive, and don’t apply more water than that.

Grow plants with like water needs together. Sometimes called “hydro zoning,” this method simply means that plants are grouped together by water use, so that they can all be watered appropriately.

Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing:

The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

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Start Selling What Every Household Needs To Keep Utility Costs Down

You turn the hot water faucet on and wait. And wait some more. And then after a couple of minutes hot water finally emerges from the faucet. Meanwhile all that precious water was wasted running down the drain. This process is repeated for countless showers, baths, dishes, laundry and other daily tasks all across the country every day. The average household wastes around 46 gallons a day or almost 17,000 gallons of water a year! This waste also results in increased sewerage bills, which are usually based on water consumption.

If only there was a product on the market you could sell save hot water and provide plenty of instant hot water whenever your customer wanted it.

Well with new-patented technology there’s a way you can provide instant hot water out of all your customer’s faucets for under $200.00! By simply installing an eco-friendly Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve at the fixture near the end of the hot water plumbing run. This easy to install, economical device provides instant hot water for all your faucets and showers. This new technology uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a water pump or any electricity). This eco-friendly system also has a temperature-controlled valve that allows the consumer to easily adjust the temperature control knob to meet their particular needs. It also can prevent pipe freezing. There is no water waste, and it also reduces energy waste since it only re-circulates water when the hot water at your faucet cools below your desired temperature. Installation is a simple DIY 15-minute project (not requiring any pipe cutting, soldering, a water pump or electrical connections).

Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing:

The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

Stop Letting The Water Run To Keep Your Pipes From Freezing!
Letting a faucet drip during extreme cold weather can prevent a pipe from bursting. A small flow of water helps prevent pipe freezing. Opening a faucet will provide relief from the excessive pressure that builds between the faucet and the ice blockage when freezing occurs. If there is no excessive water pressure, there is no burst pipe, even if the water inside the pipe were to freeze. However, a dripping faucet wastes water and wastes energy.
Instead of letting a faucet drip, simply install an innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (it’s a breeze to install-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to keep water circulating back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). Warm circulating water will not freeze. These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers.

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Make Money Installing Water Saving and Energy Devices

You turn the hot water faucet on and wait. And wait some more. And then after a couple of minutes hot water finally emerges from the faucet. Meanwhile all that precious water was wasted running down the drain. This process is repeated for countless showers, baths, dishes, laundry and other daily tasks all across the country every day. The average household wastes around 46 gallons a day or almost 17,000 gallons of water a year! This waste also results in increased sewerage bills, which are usually based on water consumption.

If only there was a product on the market you could sell save hot water and provide plenty of instant hot water whenever your customer wanted it.

Well with new-patented technology there’s a way you can provide instant hot water out of all your customer’s faucets for under $200.00! By simply installing an eco-friendly Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve at the fixture near the end of the hot water plumbing run. This easy to install, economical device provides instant hot water for all your faucets and showers. This new technology uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a water pump or any electricity). This eco-friendly system also has a temperature-controlled valve that allows the consumer to easily adjust the temperature control knob to meet their particular needs. It also can prevent pipe freezing. There is no water waste, and it also reduces energy waste since it only re-circulates water when the hot water at your faucet cools below your desired temperature. Installation is a simple DIY 15-minute project (not requiring any pipe cutting, soldering, a water pump or electrical connections).

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Need a New Business That’s Easy to Start?

The average family can easily run 17,000 gallons or more down the drain every year. There’s a simple and inexpensive way to solve this problem in existing homes or avoid it in new homes: Selling and installing hot water recirculating valves!

Economical, easy-to-install hot water re-circulation valves from the Hot Water Lobster instant Hot Water Valve incorporate new-patented technology into this conservation device — you’ll never wait for hot water again!

These ingenious little devices provide:

  • the convenience of nearly instant hot water throughout the house
  • eco-friendly: substantial water and energy savings year over year
  • easy installation to existing plumbing systems (not requiring a water pump)
  • silent, maintenance-free operation, and
  • prevent pipe freezing

The problem of course is that water heated by your water heater sits in the line between the heater and the tap(s) where it cools off. Let’s call this “previously hot” water. When you turn on the tap you need to flush out this previously hot water to get to the fresh hot water. With low-flow faucets and long plumbing runs, this can take a long time – and waste a lot of water. And it can cause problems for your appliances too – forcing washers and dishwashers to use more time and energy heating their own water (or worse, run with water not hot enough to clean). An instant hot water system – or hot water re-circulation system – circulates the previously hot water back into the hot water tank (rather than you running it down the drain) so you have freshly heated water waiting for you when you turn on the faucet – instant hot water. All other instant hot water systems use the similar approach – except, they require a special pump and timer.

Differences between hot water re-circulation systems are the methods used to circulate the hot water (pumps or thermal convection) and the method of activation (push-buttons, timers or temperature control). The Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems have a temperature-controlled valve that allows the consumer to easily adjust the temperature control knob to meet their particular needs. There is no water waste with this type of system, and it also minimizes energy waste since it only re-circulates water when the hot water at your faucet cools below your desired temperature. Installation is a simple DIY 15-minute project (not requiring a water pump, any pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections).

Once installed, the eco-friendly Hot Water Lobster Instant Hot Water Valve operates silently, and is dependable and maintenance-free with a 10-year parts and labor warranty.

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Prevent Your Pipes From Freezing:

The best solution to preventing your pipes from freezing is to simply install innovative and patented technology known as a “temperature controlled hot water recirculating valve” (is a breeze-no pipe cutting, soldering or electrical connections). It uses your existing water pipes and the thermal convection generated by your water heater to circulate the water back to your water heater for reheating (not requiring a pump or any electricity). These systems are temperature-controlled and are easily adjustable to meet your particular temperature needs. There is no water waste and it also reduces the energy required to heat your water while it provides instant hot water to your faucets and showers. A trickle of water circulating in your pipes will keep your pipes from freezing in most circumstances.

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