Water conservation is a hot topic right now, as it should be! According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), “A typical household uses approximately 260 gallons of water every day. We can reduce this amount and save money by using water more efficiently — detecting and fixing leaky faucets…” and by taking other measures, as well. Additionally, look at what’s been happening in California; a historic drought has forced the state to call for mandatory cutbacks in water use. According to a recent article in The New York Times, “The state Water Resources Control Board will draft emergency regulations to carry out the governor’s mandatory order. Water providers should start showing reduced water use beginning this summer.”
Whether water conservation is mandated or not, we should all do our part to help conserve water, and this is where plumbing fittings play an important role in helping to prevent leaks. Fittings used for plumbing purposes can help keep water flowing where and when it should be flowing. In general, fittings are used throughout plumbing and piping systems to connect pipe and tubing sections of different shapes and sizes, and they can help to prevent leaks. Sometimes, they’re also required to regulate the flow of water and other fluids.
At Caylor Industrial, we carry all types of fittings used for plumbing purposes, including:
• PVC fittings
• Legris fittings
• Malleable fittings
• Brass fittings
• Stainless fittings
• Forged steel fittings
• Hose fittings
Headquartered in Dalton, Georgia, USA, Caylor Industrial is one of the largest full-service industrial supply warehouses in Northeast Georgia. We meet our customers’ individual hardware and industrial supply needs by carrying fittings, valves, and pipe and tube hangers. If you’re in the area, we welcome you to stop by to see how much we warehouse. Or, at any time, you can take a look at our online catalog to see the assortment of fittings – and everything else – we carry in our inventory. Reach out to us through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions or for more information.