toilets: Time for a Toilet Upgrade - 10/22/19 05:02 PM
Whether it is a cosmetic or a mechanical reason for upgrading a toilet, you may not know all the choices that are involved to choose the right one for your home.  The current toilet may have cracks or leaks in the bowl or tank.  It could be the aggravation of constant clogging or inefficient flushing.  Maybe there is damage in the porcelain bowl or built-up mineral deposits that are clogging the inlet holes or syphon tube.
If frequent repairs have you on a first name basis with the plumber, it may be time to consider replacing the toilet.  There are a lot of things to … (2 comments)

toilets: Replace It Anyway - 07/30/18 07:25 PM
If it's not broken, why would a homeowner consider replacing something as expensive as a toilet when there may be other things in the home to replace that provide more aesthetic appeal. Don't be too quick to ignore the functionality and the reliability of this basic convenience.
The first rationalization might take place at the economic level. A water-saving model could easily pay for itself in a few years and then, there is the good feeling of participating in the conservation of our natural resources.
Having to plunge a toilet more than once a week could motivate a homeowner to spend money on … (0 comments)

toilets: Wasted Water with Flushes - 12/04/11 01:25 PM
Wasted Water with FlushesA typical household uses 185 to 300 gallons of water a day and the majorityof it goes down the drain from the toilet and the shower. Updating your commodeswill serve as a conservation effort while lowering your water bill.                                                                                                                                    Today's toilets use less water, prevent staining and resist cloggingbetter than the older toilets and you might be surprised at how easy they are toinstall. Replacements generally cost from $100 to $300.Toilets made in the 1950's used, on average, seven gallons per flush.Compare that with one that only uses 1.6 gallons per flush and it's a bigsaving. Multiply by … (4 comments)

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