That old toilet has served you well. When it starts acting up, it could be time to relieve it from its duty, or at least consider a few maintenance repairs like installing a new handle, flapper or fill valve. If you’re going to be replacing your old toilet sometime soon, save the cost of the repairs and apply it toward the purchase of a new one.
Signs Your Throne Should Be Gone:
Wasting Water – If your toilet is not a low-flush toilet, the water savings alone could be enough reason to go ahead and replace it. A low-flush toilet uses less than two gallons of water per flush, which is less than half of some older models. Save money and the environment one flush at a time.
Constant Clogging – Some of the older low-flush toilets require more than one flush which defeats the purpose of having one. If you have to unclog things with a plunger often, consider getting one of the new low-flush toilets installed. They’ve come a long way.
It Looks Like Crap – Get it? Sure you do. Sometimes replacing your toilet is a great way to give your bathroom a new look. Whether it’s stains or normal wear and tear, nothing kills your bathroom’s décor like an eye sore of a toilet.
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