Any product that saves energy or natural resources is worth considering for your home, and these water saving toilets and solar and tankless hot water heaters that I found at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show certainly fall into that category. Watch this video to find out more.
When I go to trade shows, like the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show, I always come across some unexpected new products, and this year was no exception. The Breeza toilet seat from Brondell incorporates a fan, filter, and deodorizer into the seat to remove 95% of bathroom odors at the source. Watch this video to find out more.
Older toilets often use two to three times the amount of water of newer models. Rather than going to the expense of replacing the older toilets in your house, install inexpensive toilet conversion kits that can turn them into water saving dual flush models. Watch this video to find out more.
A new tub or toilet can really improve your bathroom. When selecting a tub for your bathroom consider the size and the extra features. When choosing a toilet you should consider appearance, style, height, flushing power, and water usage. Watch this video to find out more.
If you have a toilet that’s constantly running, the culprit is more than likely a leaky flapper valve. Over time they may become cracked or warped, which can allow water to leak out. Toilet flapper valves are very easy to replace and only cost a few dollars.
Metal screws on a toilet seat can often rust, causing unsightly stains. To prevent the screws on the toilet seat from rusting, fill the holes with tub and tile caulking, then use a putty knife to level the caulking and allow it to dry before closing the lid. Watch this video to find out more.
Toilets account for a quarter of the water used in the average home. Older toilets use up to five gallons of water per flush, three times that of newer models. Dual flush toilets save even more water by giving you two flushing options, one for liquid and one for solid waste. Watch this video to find out more.