A Plumber’s Perspective: When To Shower, Morning or Night

A Plumber’s Perspective: When To Shower, Morning or Night

A Plumber’s Perspective: When To Shower, Morning or Night

Recently the NY Times published an article making the case for the best time of day for your daily shower. The piece discussed the pros and cons of morning versus evening. All the important issues were discussed: cleanliness, how long to shower, proper water temperature, post-workout routine, insomnia after late showers, environmental concerns, and even baths.

We heard from a clinical psychologist, a dermatologist, the CEO from The Alliance for Water Efficiency, and even some random Lower Mainland marketers and writers. But since the subject was showering, The Times thought it was important to get a plumber’s perspective. Murrayville Plumbing & Heating ltd has trained technicians for all your plumbing, heating & gas fitting need anywhere in the Lower Mainland.

Not surprisingly it all starts with water and how much water consumption you will be using. An important consideration is the quality of water and its chlorine content, which can be an irritant. If you have allergies or sensitive skin, or are concerned about the quality of your water, you may want to have it tested. Clean, pure water is our business. If you live in Fort Langley or other areas of the Fraser Valley, you know that the quality of water varies.

Life in Langley townhouses & condos presents other possibilities for showering times. If off-peak hours fit your schedule, that can be a good option. Note that midday, for instance, might provide you with a hotter shower and more dependable water pressure. It will also depend on how many people in your home and if you have an on demand water system like a tankless water heater or gas or electric hot water tank.

Day, night, or anytime, your daily shower is an important ritual. Weigh your own pros and cons, but don’t forget the plumber’s perspective! If you want to learn more about tankless water heaters read this article on our website. If you would like to book a plumber call 778.888.6451 or book online. 24 hour emergency plumbing solutions.

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