Are you getting tired of paying high monthly water bills? Do you want to cut the expense down to something more reasonable? How about switching to an energy-efficient toilet? I heard they’re better than regular or high-flow toilets that are common in our homes. Using them would be practical and wise for homeowners like you. And I quote,
“It might surprise you that out of all of the things in your house that use water, your toilet is by far the thirstiest. In a 2010 conference presentation, Northeastern University professor Vladimir Novotny, noted that without water conservation, toilets account for about 26 percent of water in U.S. single-family homes. More-efficient and better-functioning flushers can significantly reduce the water wasted when you visit the loo. Novotny estimated such conservation methods would reduce toilet water use to only about 10 percent of the total.” (Read more here.)
So according to the article, water consumption will drop down to about 10 percent if you’ll use an energy-efficient john. If you read the entire article I shared above, you have learned that there are also alternatives to low-flow toilets. For instance, you may also look into getting a dual-flush toilet because it doesn’t utilize a full gallon of water just to get rid of solid waste. Anyway, if you are interested in getting a new john for your home, check out some recommended units that are not only water-saving but are also eco-friendly.
With water shortages becoming more common, numerous states and nations are enacting regulations to conserve water. The efforts have centered primarily on water efficiency — ways to meet our needs using the least amount of water. One popular approach is the installation of high-efficiency toilets to replace old, water-intensive ones, which consume as much as 7 gallons per flush. If your home has an old toilet, it makes sense — economically and environmentally — to replace it with a water-conserving model that will use about 55 percent less water than a conventional toilet.
I hope that my blog today has given you enough tips on how to find energy efficient toilets in West Palm Beach FL. If you need a more detailed guide, check out this toilet buying guide. And should you require professional assistance for its installation, don’t forget to call Douglas Orr Plumbing or visit their website at www.OrrPlumbing.com to schedule a service call.
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