Mr. Rooter Plumbing is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of customers and the nation through sanitation and continuously seeking ways to improve through innovation.
WACO, Texas (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
It's hard to imagine a life without proper plumbing. In fact, most people seem to take modern-day plumbing for granted. But, the plumbing industry has grown by leaps and bounds throughout the years.
Before the introduction of modern-day plumbing, luxuries such as sewage draining and disposal systems, flushing toilets and water treatment systems, diseases ran rampant due to the lack of clean water and sanitation. Diseases such as polio, cholera and even the black plague took the lives of far too many people before modern plumbing was introduced.
There was a time when waste was dumped onto streets, or even into rivers and clean water sources, instead of being properly disposed. This ultimately contaminated drinking water which helped spread those killer diseases. However, that's a thing of the past in first-world countries. In today's world, clean water is easily accessible thanks to the modern day plumber and plumbing luxuries.
Although the plumbing industry has grown by leaps and bounds throughout the years, the industry continues to look for new ways to improve. The plumbing industry is now focusing on improving efficiency, conserving water and reducing costs for homeowners. And the way to accomplish those goals may involve a greater focus on on "green" technology.
Mr. Rooter Plumbing is an example of a company looking for ways to improvement of plumbing. "Mr. Rooter Plumbing is dedicated to protecting the health and safety of customers and the nation through sanitation and continuously seeking ways to improve through innovation," says Mary Kennedy Thompson, president of Mr. Rooter Plumbing. "We are working towards being recognized as the world's leading plumbing and drainage service company, and to meet that goal, we must continue to evolve."
The future of plumbing will look to find new ways to reduce water usage without sacrificing performance or aesthetic appeal. With a great deal of home technologies turning to solar power, the plumbing industry may follow suit. For example, traditional water heaters may eventually be replaced by solar-powered water heaters which would use free energy from the sun to heat water for showers, dishwashers and washing machines. In addition, other plumbing fixtures such as flush valves, could potentially incorporate solar power technology one day in the future.
Without the benefits of modern plumbing, the world would not be able to sustain life as it is today. Thankfully, the plumbing industry is continuing to find new ways to improve and to save the homeowner money through conservation.
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