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Things To Consider When Purchasing A New Toilet

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

There are so many names for the toilet--the jon, the latrine, the porcelain throne, etc. There are even more different types of toilets available today. If you are in the market for a new toilet, do not get overwhelmed by the sheer  number of options on the market. Below are some factors you should consider when buying a new toilet. It will help narrow down your search for the perfect porcelain throne!

 

Shop Around

Since you and your family members will be using the toilet every day, it is important to find one that you really like. Don't settle for the first toilet you spot just to get it over with. Instead, take your time and shop around. You can visit bathroom showrooms and surf the web to find the toilet that suits your needs. 

 

Energy Efficient Toilets

Want to increase the energy efficiency of your bathroom? If so, go with a low-flow toilet. Low-flow toilets only use 1.6 gallons per flush. Talk about a royal flush! 

 

Consider the Cost

Most homeowners will have money on the brain when searching for a new toilet. However, be aware that you get what you pay for. A cheap toilet may not perform as well as you'd hoped. Just keep in mind that buying a new toilet is an important investment. 

 

Have you found the toilet of your dreams and need to have it installed by a plumber? If so, turn to the professional plumbers at A.B. May. We wear shoe covers and use rubber-backed carpet mats to protect your property. Best of all, we offer upfront, flat rate pricing. Call 913-370-4898 to schedule service. 

 

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