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Water Conservation: Shower & Toilet

Water conservation is on the rise like never before. We are using up our supply off freshwater!  1994 was the year that federally mandated low-flow showerheads, faucets, and toilets started to appear on the scene in significant numbers. How can you conform to the standards and help increase energy efficiency in your home? By using our POTTYMISER for your toilet and our SHOWERWIZARD for your tub shower head. These regulate the water consumption very easily and with just a push of the button!  How can you conform to the standards and help…

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High Water Bills Prompted Landlords of Apartments

High water bills are a major problem especially if the water bills are from apartment buildings. If a homeowner gets an unusually high bill, they’ll immediately investigate: Has there been a mistake? Did someone accidentally leave the water running? Do I really have to pay for this?! Eventually, someone will bring their attention to the unassuming toilet. So, they lost a few hundred bucks that one month – big deal. But if you own apartments is one or all the tenants misusing the water? At least the problem was solved.…

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How Much Does a Running Toilet Cost?

People love the sound of running water. Be it babbling brooks, cascading waterfalls, or ocean waves, most of us feel relaxed in the presence of running water. With that said, there is one running water experience most of us find anything but relaxing— the sound of running toilet water. Why the running toilet doesn’t provide the same soothing effect, one can not be too sure. Maybe it has something to do with the awareness of our money literally being flushed down the toilet! Depending on the size of the leak…

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Common Toilet Problems Costing You Money!

Common toilet problems can cost you big money down the road. The most common cause for a high water bill is running water from your toilet. A continuously running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons a day. That can double a family’s typical water use, so fix toilet leaks as soon as possible. You can usually hear a running toilet, but not always. The POTTYMISER was developed for just this reason. A landlord received an astronomical water bill and decided to check around his apartment complex. He found a…

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