3 Reasons to Get a New Toilet

Here at Rooter MD Plumbing LLC, we have been in the plumbing business since 1983 so we have seen the full evolution of toilets. Not only do new age toilets use less water, but they also leak less and tend to last longer. Making the upgrade is a no-brainer and we are going to tell you why:

Save Money with Your Toilet

Working Out the Kinks

When the low-flow toilets first hit the market people started to question their functionality. There were always problems with waste getting down the drain and backups were a reoccurring issue. But like any technological advancement, the low-flow toilet worked out its kinks in the beginning and it has started to save money and water for bathrooms all across America.

Monetary Benefits

The initial cost might seem high, but the long-term benefits will have you reeling in the monthly savings. If you use a municipal sewage company, these toilets will help lower your utility bills one flush at a time. For those of you who use septic tanks, these fixtures will help cut down on waste buildup and have you emptying your tank far less frequently. Not to mention, they will also give that visually appealing finish to your new bathroom upgrades!

Dual-Flush Technology

Dual-flush toilets are starting to become more popular as they continue to show their benefits. These toilets have a flushing power specific for liquid and solid waste. They don’t waste an ounce and this has homeowners and environmentalists on cloud nine. And it is pretty cool to have two buttons to flush, you’re going to want to give it a try!

Your toilet may need to be replaced if it is old and no longer functioning properly. Older toilets tend to require frequent service and it is often logical to replace them rather than continue repairing them. Also, toilets made before 1994 use much more water per flush than contemporary toilets.

To schedule a toilet installation, call 248-888-7777 or schedule online for faster service!

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