Saturday, 8 December 2012

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Despite the high water-savings quality the toilet has a few disadvantages. It may be slightly more expensive than other low flow toilets.[3] Certain retrofitting systems have brought the price down significantly, costing approx. $30 USD.[9]
"Dual flush units are a little more expensive than other low flow toilet designs. There is also the problem of aesthetics. If you like a tidy toilet bowl that's half full of sparkling clear water, the dual flush concept will be a bit of an adjustment. Typically, dual flush toilets only retain a little water in the bowl, and flushing won't always get rid of all the waste. Even in full flush mode, there's some occasional streaking. With a dual flush toilet, you'll probably use your toilet brush more often, but then you probably won't need to keep the plunger nearby.Despite the high water-savings quality the toilet has a few disadvantages. It may be slightly more expensive than other low flow toilets.[3] Certain retrofitting systems have brought the price down significantly, costing approx. $30 
"Dual flush units are a little more expensive than other low flow toilet designs. There is also the problem of aesthetics. If you like a tidy toilet bowl that's half full of sparkling clear water, the dual flush concept will be a bit of an adjustment. Typically, dual flush toilets only retain a little water in the bowl, and flushing won't always get rid of all the waste. Even in full flush mode, there's some occasional streaking. With a dual flush toilet, you'll probably use your toilet brush more often, but then you probably won't need to keep the plunger nearby.""

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

Wall Mounted Toilets

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