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Save money minimizing water AND wastewater costs by retrofitting your toilet or installing a low flow toilet.

Everyone knows how much water rates have gone up, because the water levels in Dothan AL, and Wiregrass area, wells are dropping but most people don’t know what to do. I jumped through all the hoops (or so I thought); 5 minutes or less showers, never keep the water faucet running, I even followed the “yellow-mellow-brown-down” rule. But what I wasn’t aware of is I could make an enormous dent in reducing my water usage without making any kind of lifestyle change. Toilets account for about 30% of residential indoor water use in the United States? Unfortunately, toilets can also be a major source of wasted water due to leaks.  It is common that the toilet will use over 3 gallons of water per flush. According to experts, the minimum amount of water needed to meet the basic human needs of drinking, cooking and hygiene is five gallons of clean water per person per day. So, just by flushing the toilet in an older home, you are already using over half the amount of water that is needed per day!

Energy efficient toilets flush less than a gallon of water per flush. Under federal law, toilets must not exceed 1.6 gallons per flush. All high-efficiency toilets are guaranteed to use less than 1.3 gallons per flush. Dual flush toilets save more water. They are able to conserve water without the loss of flushing power. Consumer tests, found that many energy efficient toilets performed better than standard toilets.

Many toilets can also be inexpensively retrofited to use less water.

Can Energy Efficient Toilets Save Me Money?

Yes! By minimizing water AND wastewater costs. You can save a significant amount of money by installing an energy efficient toilet. We are happy to help and answer any questions you may have. 334-828-1024


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