Dual Flush Toilets

When replacing your old toilets, don't just buy the standard replacements. Think about installing dual flush toilets. These toilets have two options for flushing, using less water for smaller needs. You will pay more initially, but will save money every day when you flush. If you can't find these toilets locally, you can order them on-line. There are several companies that make them, and most are imported from Europe. Compare ratings and prices before you order, and check with your plumber for compatability with your system.

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By Loftworks from Pennsylvania

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March 16, 20070 found this helpful

Sounds good. Do you have any links (internet) to a reputable company where these can be purchased?

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March 16, 20070 found this helpful

eliphaz...I sent a message to you..

The brand I have (which is the only one I am familiar with) is Toto. Very sleek looking, and efficient.

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