Dallas Toilet Installation & Replacement
Professional Toilet Upgrades in Cedar Hill & Nearby Cities
Are you looking for a local toilet installation company? Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating is the name you need to know! We know that the quality of the toilet’s installation will determine how well it performs in the future and how long it lasts. That’s why we always make sure our work is performed with peerless standards.
When it’s time for a brand-new upgrade, our toilet installation experts in Dallas are here to help. Call us today at (972) 362-9797 to begin with an estimate!
Things Consider Before a Toilet Installation
If you want to ensure you get the perfect toilet for your home, there are several factors to take into account. Our team can meet with you and discuss your options to help you find the right model for your needs and budget.
The seat height needs to be comfortable so you can sit down on the bowl and be able to fully bend your knees. Though the average height of a standard toilet is around 14.5 inches, you need to consider the needs of everyone else in your home. Some toilet seats are handicap-rated while others try to accommodate for greater height ranges.
Your bathroom fixtures use up a considerable amount of water in your home, with toilets taking up 25 to 30 gallons alone. If you want a new toilet, you may want to consider downgrading in size. For example, if you reduce toilet size down to a 1.28 tank, you can save over 2,300 gallons of water.
Many homeowners find an oval-shaped toilet bowl to be more comfortable since they offer more inches than round counterparts. However, it is important to keep in mind that you need to accommodate for those extra inches in your bathroom when considering the physical space for it.
In addition to bowl shape, you need to consider how much space you will need for your toilet in general, as most building codes require 15 inches from center to the wall and at least two feet in front. If you already have limited distance in your bathroom, this will be fine. But you may also need to consider how much elbow room you will need to use the toilet comfortably.
One Piece or Two
Most toilets, and certainly the toilets you’re most familiar with, two-piece type, with the tank rests on the bowl portion and is tightened in place. These are usually easy to find replacement parts for at local hardware stores. One-piece units are generally more expensive but look much sleeker and are easier to clean.
A toilet with effective and efficient flushing abilities helps save money on water bills. There are two types of flushing: pressure and gravity-fed. Gravity-fed toilets have a smaller installation cost but will not be able to push waste as effectively. Though pressure toilets cost more, they also use less water and prove much easier to clean.
Rebates & Warranties
Please ask the team at Dial One Johnson Plumbing, Cooling & Heating about manufacturer rebates and warranty options. When you are already spending money on a new toilet in your home, you need to know how you can stay protected and get some money back into your pocket. Some warranties will cover you for years and ensure you are not spending so much on emergency plumbing repairs.
It’s estimated that roughly 30-40% of the water used in the average American household is used by the home’s toilets. Every day, despite lengthy showers, dish washing, clothes washing, and everything else you use water for, your toilets are responsible for a third or more of your home's water usage. If you’re tired of spending hundreds of dollars per year just to flush your toilet, it may be time to invest in a low-flow alternative.
A traditional toilet manufactured 10 years ago or more uses about 3.5 gallons per flush. In comparison, the standard low-flush toilet uses only 1.6 gallons per flush and newer models are reducing the amount to as little as 1.2 gallons per flush. Over the course of a year that saves the average family upwards of 22,000 gallons of water. The cost of that much water depends on where you live, but from both an economic and conservation standpoint, low-flow toilets are clearly fantastic upgrades for your home.
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