If you’re looking for ways to increase the market value of your home and decrease your monthly bills, a low-flow toilet is something to consider! If you’re not convinced, we’re here to help you make the best decision for your home and tell you all the benefits of low-flow toilets.
The typical low-flow toilet has a 1.6-gallon tank as opposed to regular toilets that use 3.5-7 gallons of water per flush. This means low-flow toilets use at least 50% less water per flush than standard toilets.
This is critical when it comes to water conservation, especially in states with droughts like California.
Low flow toilets also decrease your water bill significantly by using only a fraction of the water. Over time this can offset the increased price of a low-flow toilet installation.
Many people are afraid that with low flow toilets comes more frequent clogs, but many of these issues can be avoided with simple design adjustments. For example, the latest designs to adjust the bowl shape make low-flow toilets function just as well as regular toilets.
The smaller tank sizes of low-flow toilets also make them take up less space, giving you more room in your bathroom!
Low flow toilets may be more expensive to install than regular toilets, but they increase the resale value of your home more than their cost. In addition, low-flow toilets will make your home more attractive to potential buyers, increasing the potential value of your home.
If you don’t want to commit to a complete low-flow toilet, then dual flush toilets are also a good option! Dual flush toilets allow you to choose how much water to use per flush, depending on solid or liquid waste. This can help you avoid potential clogs by using more water with solid waste and significantly less water in general.
If you’re ready to install a low flow toilet in your home or have any questions, call a professional plumber at High Speed Plumbing, and we can help today. High Speed Plumbing will get you the best prices on a quick low-flow toilet installation, so you can feel good about your purchase and get the benefits immediately!
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