Whether because you are in need of a new toilet or are trying to conserve water, RUSH PLUMBING & ROOTER’S professional team technicians can replace your toilet in little time and with as little disruption as possible.
Toilets that are not functioning properly or are prone to leaks are prime candidates for replacement. The investment in a low flow toilet will not only do away with any waste attributed to a leaky toilet, but low flow toilets use less water than their older relatives that are installed in most of the homes across the nation.
For those homeowners that prefer a less costly alternative to the replacement of the toilet in its entirety, replacement kits exist and can be purchased from your local home improvement store. The kits are pretty easy to understand and the parts install without much effort. However, it should be noted that these repair kits are essentially a band aid on an open wound, eventually the toilet will need to be replaced.
Toilet installation is something that many homeowners consider themselves capable of executing only to discover that the process is much more of a challenge than previously imagined. The replacement of old and outdated plumbing fixtures can require a great deal of industry know how in order to accurately retrofit your homes existing plumbing to receive the new fixtures. This is not a job for the novice weekend warrior, though more seasoned home improvement experts may find this work to be simple, RUSH PLUMBING & ROOTER urges you to take every safety precaution into consideration when attempting to replace your toilet.
So should you replace your homes toilets?
Low flow toilets are not only a relatively inexpensive way to add a quick upgrade to your homes restrooms, the impact that these toilets have on water conservation is enormous. By saving a vast amount of water in comparison to older models, low flow toilets are not only doing their part (and with the installation of your new low flow toilet, your part) to save water, these water sipping, low flow toilets will save you money on your water bill.
The short answer is yes. If you have the means to, replacing your old toilet, regardless of the reason is a step in the direction of conservationism. Like solar arrays and roof panels, low flow toilets are intended to replace a means of providing comfort in a more eco- friendly manner.
Call now to speak to one of our highly trained team members to schedule your free low flow toilet installation estimate and in home consultation. Our plumbers will go over the proposed scope of work with you and outline key areas of concern, field any questions that you may have, and inform you of all of your options concerning your low flow toilet installation or any other home improvement project.