Low-Flow Toilet Retailers Fargo ND

Local resource for low-flow toilet retailers in Fargo, ND. Includes detailed information on local businesses that give access to low-flow toilets, toilet retailers, wall mounted toilets as well as information on high efficiency toilets and content on toilets.

Home & Hearth
(877) 878-3828
1750 45th St S
Fargo, ND
 
Kitchen Solvers
(701) 232-6185
2219 B Main Ave
Fargo, ND
 
Kern Bob & Sons Inc
(701) 271-0800
1701 1st Ave N Ste C
Fargo, ND
 
Heisler Contracting Inc
(701) 361-4210
3514 44th Ave Sw
Fargo, ND
 
Integrity Windows & Doors
(701) 499-3700
1320 9th St Ne
West Fargo, ND
 
Bathrooms By Design
(701) 293-7688
2710 5th Ave SW
Fargo, ND
 
Accent Kitchen & Bath
(701) 293-6000
3151 Main Av
Fargo, ND
 
Delta Design And Construction
(701) 235-1212
100 16th St N
Fargo, ND
 
Dakota Granicrete Supply
(701) 282-3386
6020 53rd Ave S
Fargo, ND
 
Dakota Carpentry Inc
(701) 282-5680
726 9th Ave W
West Fargo, ND
 

Choosing a Low-Flow Toilet

How to Go Low?

 
A new way to go green in the bathroom, is to have a low-flow toilet. Water usage can be significantly decreased by using low-flow toilets in your home. According to the American Water Works Association, toilets consume an average of 20.1 gallons of water per person, per day. Upgrading your home/business with a low-flow toilet would change the outcome from a 3.5 gpf (gallon per flush) toilet to a 1.6 gpf toilet, reducing the annual water usage per person.

Whether the reason for choosing a low-flow toilet is financial, to keep up with building codes, or because you want to be environmentally responsible, there are a couple of things to consider when choosing the correct low-flow toilet for your situation. In order to increase the chance of a positive low-flow toilet experience you should keep the following in mind.

Performance is key

With so many technologies behind a toilet’s functionality—like single flush, dual flush, pressure assist, and gravity fed—performance should be a top priority when choosing a low-flow toilet. Performance is measured by how well one flush removes waste. With so many third party testing and subsequent conflicting results, one of the new testing protocols (Maximum Performance, or MaP) has earned accolades from government and manufacturing agencies, becoming the new norm for testing results.

HET standards

An important element to consider when purchasing a low-flow toilet is to make sure you ge...

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