Go For Low Flow Toilets

Most manufactures are in the lead to comply with the new requirements or out-produce them, without going back to the days of a lot of unhappy users. The good news is with newly designed larger glazed trap ways and larger flush valve openings, most of the design problems of the past are now gone.

The new term for lower GPF toilets is HET (High Efficiency Toilets). Using a 1.28 GPF toilet in an average household with 3-4 people can save a couple thousand gallons of water per year.You can buy the best one via www.watermatrix.com/products/

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If the current toilet is a 3.5 GPF, the difference can be about 13,000 gallons per year. The price of the new HET toilets can vary with performance, and the consumer can make an informed decision with the latest information.

The goal is water conservation or savings with water and sewer rates on the rise, without compromising on style, comfort and performance.