Toilet Replacement

The biggest culprit of high water usage is the toilet.  It accounts for nearly 30% of residential indoor water consumption and most of the water wasted in American homes. Thankfully, a new program has recently been introduced which makes finding an efficient toilet easier than ever. A toilet with the WaterSense label from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) certifies that the product is not only water-efficient, but is also high performing. This means your toilet will flush just as well w

ith an eco-friendly toilet as your old, high volume toilet. These WaterSense toilets use only 1.28 GPF. For most homes, we can install this toilet in your home for $250.00 or less. With the rebate program Durham County offers, that can get your new toilet installed for only $150.00 or less out of your pocket. That’s cheaper than a new high volume toilet. Another popular option is the Dual Flush Toilet. This is a toilet that has two types of flushes designed to flush based on your flushing needs. It provides a lower, 1.1 GPF for urination and a 1.6 GPF for fecal matter. Given we urinate and flush five to six more times a day, this can really save you money. These can be installed in your home for as little as $300.00. Our new toilet installations come with new bolts, a new supply (water line) and wax ring. We also provide these toilets in a comfort height style.


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