Older toilets (manufactured before 1994) use 3.5 gallons of water every single time you flush. In reality, less than half of that is really needed to flush waste away. Newer low-flow toilets use 1.6 gallons of water per flush. There is no difference in flushing power; in fact, new designs actually make the flush more efficient. According to the World Toilet Organization, the average person uses the toilet 2,500 times per year, so any water conservation is good for the planet.
Toilets today come in all different sizes and shapes so be sure to consult with your Allied plumber about which one will fit in your space. Smaller, rounded toilets take up less space while elongated toilets require more. There are also seamless toilets that combine the bowl and tank into one piece. Your Wenatchee plumber can work with your budget and your preferences, and get you the toilet that fits your home perfectly.
Call Allied Plumbing and Pumps at 509-662-6622 to get the lowdown on all the toilet choices you have.