1.1 Gallons of Water Per Flush
Today toilet manufacturers are developing new ways to decrease the amount of water needed to operate your toilet safely and effectively. The newest generation of toilet uses only 1.1 gallons of water per flush. Some models have a dual flush mechanism that use less water when less of a flush is necessary.
We Stock EPA Certified Toilets
It was not so long ago that a toilet used 3.5 gallons per flush and the older toilets from 1950 used up to 5 gallons per flush. We stock EPA certified toilets on every truck and can get you on track to saving water, and being a little more environmentally conscious. Less water per flush means less water going to the treatment plant. Therefore, less water is released from those plants into the rivers, lakes, and streams.
Electric Water Heaters
Electric water heaters work very well and are very dependable, with minimal parts to wear-out or break. Quite often natural gas is not available and electricity is one of the only options. Today’s electric water heaters will supply enough hot water for the average family and although the operating cost may be a little higher, they are extremely reliable.
Gas Water Heaters
Heating water with gas is one of the most efficient methods of supplying baths, faucets, or even radiant heating systems with hot, steaming comfort. Tank type water heaters allow you to have 50, 65, or even 75 gallons of hot water at the ready when you need or want it. While the efficiency factor of these tank-type water heaters has increased over time this has unfortunately shortened the life span of these units. The average water heater in our area has a usable life span of 9 to 11 years. The plus side is the newer units will save money over their life span and keep your energy cost low.