Upgrades to the Loo

We have been making a few renovations in the house and now we have decided to upgrade the hall bedroom with a dual flush toilet now that we have learned how much more effective they are and the amount of money they can save us long-term. We were on the fence before but after consulting with many of our close friends and family members, we have discovered that not only are they saving a tremendous amount of money over the course of a year, but they are also more environmentally friendly. But before we decided to invest in one, we had to narrow down the contenders and thus turned to a few sites to make it happen.

 

First, we found a site that included a Home Worthy List of toilet seats that offer the most comfortability. Next, I turned to the site https://homeworthylist.com/best-toilet-bowl-cleaner/ and found some worthy bowl cleaners for toilets and was surprised at the price points, but made great notes that would help me in the future. And to find out how this makes it more convenient when taking a poop, there were other sites that made me question my previous choices and then revise them. What we had no idea about was how dual flush toilets have made quite the impact on the market as of late, and are becoming the most popular option for those that are looking to save even more money per flush. You save money on resources, the water used per flush, and your water bills are significantly lower every month. Plus, it is certified by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) at 1.6GPF (gallons per flush) and also boasts the capacity to clear certain amounts of solid waste by each flush. The following are dual flush toilets that are sure to upgrade your loo.

 

American Standard

American Standard

This is the H20ption that boasts 1.6 gallons per flush for full flushes and 1.0 gallons per flush for partial flushes. The flushes are operated by push buttons that are chrome plated and sit atop the tank, enhanced by a Siphonic flushing system with flushing action that is highly pressurized. With this model, the full flush uses more water at 1.28 gallons per flush and the testing used to bring this one to market has undergone slightly different testing. It is certified by Water Sense, however, but it is not compliant with the ADA. Before it leaves production floors, it is flush tested at 100% and comes with a limited warranty of 5 years, making it a safe choice for you to consider and invest in.

 

Toto Washlet

Toto Washlet

To start with, what I like about this model is how compact it is, featuring a bidet and skirted toilet, and it can boast being one of a handful of ADA compliant dual flush toilets currently available on the market. How is this dual flushable to stand alone among other models? For one, it comes with a flushing mechanism that is automated and is packed technologically with controlled features, plus they are certified by Water Sense. Its flushing system via 3D Tornado comes with several nozzles that have been constructed to increase flushing capability while using only a minimal amount of water.

 

Thanks to its ceramic glaze that is so smooth, you won’t have to worry about cleaning this model as much and manual cleaning is minimized. Additional features include automatic closing and opening of the toilet lid, which triggers automatic flush. A heated seat and bidet with washing features can also be adjusted for both temperature and direction. With so many features and a few more, what’s not to love?

 

Kohler Wellworth

Kohler Wellworth

The Kohler is a dual flush option that features a rounded front and doesn’t need as much space as elongated toilets, making it ideal for small powder rooms and bathrooms. Even with its small size, the efficiency doesn’t seem to be compromised. Boasting a flush system that is Class 5, you can remove a bunch of waste with this model in a single flush and consumes very little water in the process. The company is known for its ability to remove waste with little water, starting at 1.28 GPF, an impressive accomplishment for today’s models.