Worried about Lead in Overland Park?

American Standard has kept Kitchen and Baths Lead-Free Since 2009!

Changes have been made to the Safe Drinking Water Act, which outlines requirements for the amount of lead that can be found in drinking water. Recently, federal legislation has been passed, and will go into effect on January 4, 2014, that spells out requirements for plumbing fixtures as well. Luckily, depending on what types of faucets that you own, these are changes that you may not need to worry about.

American Standard has been a leading name in home and commercial faucets for decades; and they’ve also always been a manufacturer that stays on top of trends and current industry issues to bring you the best products, all the time. And they’ve proven that once again, by staying ahead of these changes to the Safe Drinking Water Act, and ensuring that their products have been mostly lead-free since 2009, and completely lead-free since 2010.

All American Standard kitchen and bath faucets have been lead-free since 2009, while commercial faucets were made compliant with the law in 2010. In an effort to make all of their products as safe for you and your family as possible, AS has kept ahead of this pressing issue so you can be sure that your water is safe – and that your fixtures are, too.