Toilet Flushing Options and Flushing Guide

A number of options exist when it comes to flushing types. Each has its own benefits and offers unique water-saving opportunities. You will want to consider which option works best for everyone in your household.


 

 

WATER-SAVING TOILETS

When it comes to toilets, water use is measured in gallons per flush or gpf. Older, less efficient toilets used 3.5 gallons of water per flush or more.

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Toilet Flushing Types

 

 

SINGLE-FLUSH TOILETS

 

  • Delivers the same consistent flush with every use
  • Most save water by using only 1.28 gallons of water per flush, although models from 1.0 gpf to 1.6 gpf are also available
  • Offers the widest range of design, shape, color and installation options

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Wellworth® two-piece round-front dual-flush toilet with Class Five® flush technology and left-hand trip lever, seat not included

DUAL-FLUSH TOILETS

 

  • Buttons or levers offer the choice between a light or full flush
  • Saves water by using as little as 0.6 gallons of water for a light flush and up to 1.6 gallons for a full flush

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TOUCHLESS FLUSH TOILETS

 

  • Allows you to flush your toilet by just placing your hand over the sensor, minimizing the spread of germs
  • Available on a range of water-saving toilets
  • Toilets can be converted to a no-touch flush with the Touchless kit
  • Battery operated; no electricity is required

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