Did you know that the toilet is one of the largest consumers of fresh water in your home?
Today toilet manufacturers are developing new ways to decrease the amount of water needed to operate your toilet safely and effectively. The newest generation of toilet uses only 1.1 gallons of water per flush. Some models have a dual flush mechanism that use less water when less of a flush is necessary.
It was not so long ago that a toilet used 3.5 gallons per flush and the older toilets from 1950 used up to 5 gallons per flush. We stock EPA certified toilets on every truck and can get you on track to saving water, and being a little more environmentally conscious. Less water per flush means less water going to the treatment plant. Therefore, less water is released from those plants into the rivers, lakes, and streams.
Of course, we can unclog your toilet and repair anything that needs to be fixed with your current toilet. Many times it makes more sense to upgrade to a newer and more efficient toilet than to simply keep paying for repairs on an older one, but our plumbers will give you all the options on how to repair/replace any plumbing problem concerning your toilet fixtures.