You may have run across dual-flush toilets in commercial applications (at a large workplace, the airport, the baseball park), but not too many of us have home dual-flush toilets. If you're anything like me, replacing toilets is at the low end of the home-improvement priority list (after replacing leaking windows, replacing the broken air conditioning, etc). If the toilet works, don't trash it!
Thursday, October 9, 2008
There are lots of ways to reduce your use of potable water for toilet flushing, including the tried and true brick in the tank method, and the slightly personal "if it's yellow, let it mellow" technique. Well, a new way is coming in 2009: the "Perfect Flush."
This product is a dual-flush retrofit for your existing toilet, manufactured by brondell. They claim it takes less than 30 minutes to install. If their claims are true, and the price is right, this could be a great option for small businesses and homeowners alike.