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Directory:Dual Flush Toilets

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A dual flush toilet is a water saving toilet. This type of toilet has two separate flushes, a full flush (1.6gpf) and a half flush (0.8gpf). The two flush option allows the user to choose the amount of water that is needed to get rid of the waste. A dual flush toilet is installed just like a regular toilet. Dual flush toilets can save the average home over 22,000 gallons of water per year.


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Just as easy to install as a regular toilet

Will not sacrifice flush performance

Water saving: The Dual flush toilet uses an average of 1 gallon per flush. Regular non-low flow toilets use about between 3.5-5 gallons of water per flush. Which means by upgrading from a non-low flow toilet to a dual flush toilet, the average home can save between 4,000-7,000 gallons per year.

Lower water and sewage bill

Will reduce demand on the dated water infrastructure of the US

Will help decrease demand on the world's limited supply of potable water


The average dual flush toilet price ranges from about $250-$400 dollars depending on the style.


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Residential Bathrooms

Commercial Bathrooms