Toilets…to repair or to replace?
I recently found myself faced with this question. I chose to replace my old toilet based on its lack of quality and efficiency. According to the current code in Georgia, a toilet must flush with 1.28 gallons or less. It can be difficult to find a satisfactory model within these new parameters. Not all toilets are created equal.
I chose to install a premium quality toilet, and I was curious to discover what set this model apart from its lower priced companions. During installation I realized that this toilet is crafted from much higher grade porcelain, thicker and more solid than most I have worked with. From the point of view of the user, the toilet sits higher; this is more comfortable and meets American Disability Act standards. The flush is most efficient, a quality we all appreciate in the bathroom.
The model I choose is a Porcher Luteza LXP. Not only does this toilet have a higher performance rating than most fixtures on the market, it is one of the most aesthetically pleasing additions to any bathroom that I have seen. If you are considering replacing your toilet, I recommend going with the highest quality fixture that your budget will allow. I found that the premium features are worth the additional cost. This experiment has proven to me that you can still find an efficient toilet within the new code.
If you have any questions or need assistance choosing the right toilet for you and your home, Casteel Plumbing is here to take Amazing Care of You.
– John White, Plumbing General Manager