Water and money conservation is at an all time high with most of the population being more aware of the environment and their spending habits…but did you know that your toilets could be using WAY more water and money than you think! Toilets contribute to almost 30% of the water usage in your home. Older toilets can use anywhere from 3-7 gallons of water PER FLUSH!! That’s crazy! New, low flush toilets are being installed in bathrooms nationwide thanks to their conservation benefits. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), these toilets could save you a few hundred dollars a month on water bills and about 30 gallons of water per person per day! Water Sense has labeled toilets that qualify as low flush based on performance and EPA standards, so choosing the right energy efficient toilet is easy! So why not make the switch?!
Depending on brand, these low flush toilets can cost anywhere between $350-$600 for the toilet, supplies, and labor with Fletch-Barney! Call us today to schedule your new low flush toilet installation!
I’ve known Alan, the owner of Fletch-Barney Plumbing, for many years and I use them for all of my plumbing needs. In property management, time and money are key concerns for us. Fletch-Barney comes when they are called and are fair and honest in their pricing. Their Pipe Lining technology has allowed the properties where it has been used at, to not only save time and money, but has eliminated the destruction to the property that conventional digging and replacement causes.
I called Fletch-Barney and they saved me over $2000! I called Alan and they were at my house within the hour. Their new technology saved us from digging up our front yard and drive way. Less invasive and less expensive is the way to go. They did a great job and I will be using them whenever I have another issue!
Recently my sewer line backed up and created a huge mess. It turned out that the sewer line was broken under my driveway and the only solution was to tear it up along with all of my new landscaping! I called Fletch-Barney and they were able to repair the line under the driveway using the “Cured In Place” process without damaging my driveway or removing my landscaping. This was a great option for me and it saved me thousands of dollars too!”