toilets

­
May
16
2012

Low-Flow Lowdown

Contrary to popular myth, plumber Thomas Crapper did not invent the flush toilet. One of his contemporaries, though, did create the first toilet that prevented sewer gases from entering the home. Englishman Joseph Adamson's 1853 design — the siphon flush — eventually made obsolete both the chamber pot and the outhouse. Adamson's invention, like all [...]

May
9
2012

A Word to the Water-Wise in Toronto

The basic idea behind water-saving devices is to restrict water consumption rates where heaviest use occurs. Indoor Toronto water usage runs at about 40 percent for toilets, 30 percent for baths and showers (more for baths), 15 percent for clothes washers and 15 percent for cooking and kitchen use. TOILET WATER SAVERS The first target [...]

Apr
2
2012

Conserve H2O, Save $$ With Dual Flush

Dual flush toilets are exactly what they claim to be: toilets that give you the option to choose from two different flushes. Why? Because, to put it plainly, it doesn't take as much water to send number one packing as it does to get rid of number two. By purchasing a toilet with both a [...]

Feb
23
2012

Flush Up With Upflush

What is an Upflush Toilet? The upflush toilet is a great addition to any Toronto home. It is also more cost effective compared to a standard toilet in terms of the amount of flushing water it uses. When the upflush toilet is flushed, the water level will be pressured so that it rises into the [...]

Feb
1
2012

Sorry – THIS Toilet Doesn’t Do Windows

Jan
16
2012

The Great TP Debate Continues…

If you care about which way the toilet paper roll is installed, you apparently have plenty of company.  Your Toronto plumber does not wish to express an opinion concerning toilet paper orientation, but simply wishes to inform and entertain.  Also be aware that should you, in your frustration, tear off entirely too much toilet paper [...]

OUR AWARDS
Best Plumbers in Toronto
Best Plumbers in Toronto
Best Plumbers in Toronto
Best Plumbers in Toronto
Best Plumbers in Toronto