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Expert Plumbers For Nearly 100 Years

Looking at the facts, it’s a no brainer as to why you should swap your regular (usually 5 gallons) toilet out for a 1.6 gallon. Unless you enjoy flushing your cash and the environment down it! A house hold of four can consume around 300 to 400 gallons per day. That’s a royal flush that nobody wins with, my friends. All the showering, bathing, cooking, drinking, laundry and dish washing water ads up AND quick. So, aside from basic conservative living tips, having a water saving toilet can save you hundreds. Old toilets use about 5 gallons of water per flush. If you say the average person flushes a toilet seven or so times a day, that same household can consume more than 140 gallons by flushing, per day. Toilets are responsible for between 30 to 50 percent of water consumed by the household, daily. An eco friendly toilet can cost anywhere between a 200 to 800 dollars, depending on how large you live. If you have one installed now, it will have paid for itself in no time! Be smart and think green with your household.
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