Low Flow Toilets Save Water & Money.

Find Confidence, Low Flow Toilets Work As Well As High Flow Models!

low flow toiletIn the past, government action to regulate water usage resulted in poorly operating low flow toilets. In the early 1990’s, the  gallon-per-flush regulations changed from 3.5 to 1.6. At that point, most toilet manufacturers had not changed their design and engineering to ensure these new, low flow models would work effectively under the new regulation. As consumers changed out their high flow toilets for the new, low flow options, many complained of having to flush the newer, water-saving options twice. So much for being more efficient. Toilet manufacturers, like Toto and Mansfield, heard those complaints and re-engineered their models to operate within the efficiency standards implemented by the government.

If It Works, Why Not Use Less Water?

Through innovative engineering, Toto and Mansfield designed toilets to work with only 1 gallon-per-flush.

  • 1.6 to 1.0 GPF: Replacing your 1.6 gallon-per-flush model to the new, 1 gpf model saves you more than 3,000 gallons per year and as much as $50 dollars a year.
  • 3.5 to 1.0 GPF: Replacing your 3.5 gpf model with a 1 gpf saves 12,000 gallons a year, a significant savings for both the ecologically and economically conscious customer.

Regulations Drive Innovation.

Government regulations fuel innovation, design and creativity. The demand for energy efficient and ecologically responsible products hold manufacturers accountable to implement technology that is plausible and possible.

May Supply Supplies Low Flow Toilets To Virginia Homeowners.

Since 1972, we’ve been supplying innovative plumbing products to homeowners and business owners in Virginia. Our industry leading team is trained on the products we sell, providing valuable information and recommendations to our customers. Contact us to learn more about changing out your toilets for a low flow option.

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