No one really wants to talk about toilets, but changing your toilets is a really simple way to make your home and your remodels more eco-friendly! New water saving toilets don't compromise a powerful flush and use 30% less water for each flush. Over a year, that's a lot of water conservation!
Sterling, a division of Kohler, has introduced 4 High-Efficiency Toilets all worth taking a look at if you're wanting to update your commodes.
Sterling's Whindham High-Efficiency Toilet
The Pro Force (single flush) models "have computer-engineered trapways, when water is released through the tank, a hydrodynamic surge is produced, which, in turn, creates siphonic suction forceful enough to remove all waste and water." The ADA-compliant Luxury High models have a comfort level bowl height which makes sitting down and standing up much easier.
Sterling's Karsten Dual Force High-Efficiency Toilet
Dual Force models opt for even more conservation because you choose how much power your flush needs to be. Sounds silly, but you can save even more water when you opt for the .8-gallon flush vs. the 1.28-gallon flush. "The virtually maintenance-free flapperless valve releases 1.6 or 0.8 gallons of water, maximizing the force of gravity to produce clean, one-flush solid- or light-waste performance."
Fri, April 22, 2011
by Cindy Aplanalp filed under