Brooks Plumbing Co. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Low Flow Toilet’

Ready For Some Potty Talk? We’re Talking About Low Flow Toilets!

Monday, December 23rd, 2019

low-flow-toiletIf you don’t know anything about low flow toilets, you’re about to! See, regular toilets are becoming a thing of the past — low flow is the way to go! Why? This is because installing a low flow toilet in your home is one of the best way s to conserve water, which, of course, is good for both the environment and your wallet.

Low flow toilets offer a number of benefits and, below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more (oh, and as always, remember to contact our team when you need a plumber in Olympia, WA.)

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Here’s How a Low Flow Toilet Can Save You Money

Monday, January 7th, 2019

Get ready for some potty talk because today we are going to be talking about your toilet. We help many homeowners make the switch to a low flow toilet. Installing a low flow toilet in your home is one of the best ways to conserve water, which is good for the environment and your wallet!

There are a number of low flow toilet options, so it important to consult with a professional plumber in Olympia, WA before you make any final decisions. Brooks Plumbing Company offers a great selection of these products, and we will be glad to work with you to find just the right one for your home! If you are looking to save money on your water bills this year, all while protecting the environment, consider installing a brand new, low flow toilet. Keep reading to learn more about the benefits of these toilets. 

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Don’t Underestimate the Power of a Toilet

Monday, April 30th, 2018

top view of a low flush toiletThis one might have you scratching your head. Why are we so interested in talking about toilets? Bear with us!

Have you ever questioned how much you are paying for your water each month? Maybe you’d like to lower those water bills, but is there such a way to do that without having to sacrifice USING your water? The answer is, yes!

You can contact our Tumwater, WA plumbers to see what your low-flow plumbing fixture options are, such as a low-flush toilet.

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Plumbing FAQ: How Can I Use Water More Efficiently?

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Homeowners throughout the Lacey, WA area are always looking for ways to improve their energy efficiency. As one of the leading plumbing companies in the area, we are often asked how to use water more efficiently throughout the home. While repairing any leaks is a first step, there are further steps you can take as well. We’d like to review a few of these in this week’s post. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. For professional Lacey, WA plumbing services, call the experts at Brooks Plumbing today!

  • Install a low-flow toilet. Also known as a low-fllow toilet, a low-flow device can save you substantial amounts of water. Your toilet is responsible for nearly one-third of your water consumption. As one of the most used plumbed appliances, it tends to use a lot of water; a standard toilet uses about 3.5 gallons of water per flush. Take a minute and think of dumping even 3 plastic gallon containers down the drain every time you flush. If it seems like a lot (and it is), consider a low-flow toilet. It cuts your toilet water usage in less than half, down to 1.7 gallons per flush. Considering how much you use your toilet, installing a low flow appliance may end up saving you significant money in the long term.
  • Fill up your dishwasher. Running your dishwasher when it’s only partially full not only increases the wear and tear on your device, it also wastes water that could be used elsewhere. Taking simple steps such as this throughout the household can help you eliminate water inefficiency.
  • Install low-flow showerheads and faucets. Make sure you’re getting the most out of your plumbed appliances by using energy efficient attachments and modifications. Their combined use can greatly improve your water efficiency throughout the household.

Saving water is not only good for your utility bill, but also for the surrounding environment. If you’d like to learn more about how to improve your energy efficiency throughout the home, call the Lacey, WA plumbing experts at Brooks Plumbing today! Contact Brooks Plumbing today!

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