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Going Green Saves You Money with Every Flush

Going greenWith consumers becoming more aware of the money saving features for green energy products, a low flow toilet is a great addition for your new home or remodeling plan. Since water conservation is an increasingly important issue, a low flow toilet is a practical solution for conserving fresh water and a positive way that you can help the environment. The reality is that as a society we must do everything that we can to conserve water and low flow toilets can certainly help.

Consider that in most typical homes, flushing a toilet accounts for 14% of the water used both inside and outside the home, but if you measure indoor appliances only, flushing a toilet accounts for 38% percent of the water utilized indoors. That’s a lot of water and money wasted on a daily basis. However, a new low flow toilet can significantly reduce that proportion, save you money and even spruce up the look of an outdated bathroom, giving it a modern and fresh appearance. These innovative toilets are attractive, energy efficient and they come in a variety of shapes, styles and colours.

The industry has moved from 3.5-7 gallons per flush 20 years ago to the new industry norm of 1.28 gallons for a single flush toilet and either 1.6 gallons or 0.9 gallons per flush in dual flush toilets. According to Greenventure.ca, converting to a low flow toilet can save an average household about $80 annually, which is about a two-and-one half year payback. Over the life of the toilet that’s a utility savings of about $2000!

As manufacturers continue to advance new technologies for developing more efficient low flow toilets, there will be the potential to save billions of gallons of water over the next decade and beyond. Since the inauguration of the low flow toilet, consumer demand has steadily increased and customer satisfaction is more evident now than ever before.

Innovators like American Standard and Toto are among the trusted names as manufacturers of high quality bath products. Both companies have been leaders in the industry for many years and they have taken low flow toilets to a whole new level.

The Toto Aquia II® is one of the leading dual flush toilets that is complimented by an elongated skirt design and concealed trapway. The dual-max flushing system has an advanced dual flush option, which lets you choose the flush you need.

Toto’s one piece Eco Guinevere® is a uniquely sculpted skirted design one-piece toilet, which features Toto’s highly efficient double cyclone flushing system. This feature uses a powerful combination of gravity and centrifugal force and SanaGloss, an extraordinarily smooth, ion-barrier surface to help the bowl stay cleaner longer. It comes with an elongated bowl and soft close seat.

American Standard’s Boulevard® Siphonic dual flush right height elongated one-piece toilet is a stylish and highly rated elongated one-piece toilet. The right height elongated siphon action dual flush bowl comes with smooth-sided, fully glazed concealed trapway and the EverClean surface stays cleaner, longer. It is only one of several dual flush toilets offered by American Standard.

Today’s top manufacturers produce low flow toilets made of high quality construction with excellent performance and revolutionary designs. These state-of-the-art advances offer customers a variety of choices for any lifestyle. So, the next time you flush your old water guzzler, think about replacing it with a low flow toilet to help you save money and protect one of the planet’s most precious resources.

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