Best Toilet That Won The Race To The Moon
Toilets are literally taking crap from all corners. And I don’t want you to take crap from anyone or buy a crappy toilet.
In this article you will learn:
- About the best toilet I know that works great
- What qualities to look for when buying a toilet
- How to save time and money by learning everything I share with you here
Water conservation need forced industrial standards to reduce capacity of water usage in all fixtures. It’s been going on for years now and most people are unaware that they are unknowingly using less water. The amount of water you can use legally is been reduced every year. To the point it gets ridiculous. Here in Silicon Valley many people have been fined $5000 for overusing water. When these laws came out, plumbing manufacturers were forced to change the entire production line. Now designers had to figure out how to make crap to float into space, all the way to Mars and back to Earth, with only one gallon of water. That was a race to the Moon for plumbing manufacturing companies where only few made it to the finish line. The ones that didn’t make it, had to fake it in testing department so they could sell their product. And if you call to their complaints department, they will advise you to take laxatives rather than admit that their toilet is bad.
Remember when toilet tanks were bigger and used to hang on large copper tube? Tank was so high that plumber had to climb on a ladder to fix it. That was the gravity and force that is required to take stuff underground. That’s been taken away. So now all toilets come with David Copperfield or Chris Angel (Choice is yours), to magically make shit disappear into thin air. How awesome is that!!
Best toilet you can buy that works great and is affordable
In my opinion it’s American Standard Cadet 3 Dual Flush. Hands down. Of course there is a top of the line brands, including Toto but we are talking about the brand that is readily available in your closest hardware stores. While our company has installed many different brand toilets over many years, our favorite has been American Standard Cadet 4, Champion 4 Max and Cadet3. These models are always my recommendation to our clients that are looking to replace a toilet and I installed them in my house as well. My expertise on such a serious matter as a toilet purchasing doesn’t come from a mere experience, knowledge and wisdom of two decades in plumbing industry, but also through my keen ability to notice details that most people ignore, and another ability to see the big picture.
What I’m saying is that there are toilets that can take crap and the ones that can’t. And then there are the ones that commit a suicide after you take them out of the box. Which usually ends up with the trip back to store to return the crappy crapper. Yet most people rave about those underdeveloped brands that are so behind they belong to 1980’s. Save yourself a time, headache and hundreds of dollars and take my advice.
The qualities we are looking for in toilet:
- Style/ Looks
- Match with entire bathroom.
- Dependability/ Durability
- Sanitary/ Hygienic
- Minimum maintenance
- Affordability/ Price
Style And Looks
The very first thing people go for when shopping for a new toilet is how it looks and whether it is in style. For those that money isn’t an issue, often tend to go for whatever is new and exclusive. I have installed the Ferrari of the toilets for one of my clients that cost him $4000.- At that time this system just came on the market and therefore the cost was so high. Plus it requires major changes in drain piping, water line rerouting and not to mention in-wall framing and sheetrock patch. And it looks awesome. But there are standard toilets that also look great and you don’t have to sell your car to buy a toilet. In my opinion about the good looks of a toilet has no importance. Although Cadet3 Dual Flush does look great. My designer department that has an office building in my right brain gave 100% approval for American Standard product line.
Match with entire bathroom
Most of the bathrooms have chrome finish and it wouldn’t be a big issue to match your new toilet with it. Only in rare cases it would matter but then you would get entire product line that would be happily married. In any case I guarantee that American Standard will match with any bathroom.
the quality of being suited to serve a purpose well; practicality : I like the feel and functionality of this toilet.• the purpose that something is designed or expected to fulfill :manufacturing processes may be affected by the functionality of the product. new software with additional functionality.
Most of us thrive on cleanliness and the eradication of germs. We try to keep our homes sanitary, a term that goes beyond cleanliness to imply that measures have been taken to guard against infections or disease. We demand that our communities provide schools and workplaces that are hygienic. In between the regular cleaning schedule we would like to see that our environment is maintaining a clean and healthy status. American Standard is providing that future with its permanent EverClean surface that inhibits the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew so the toilet stays cleaner, longer. Sanitary dam on bowl will prevent liquids from getting trapped between bowl and tank. PowerWash Rim scrubs bowl with pressurized water on every flush. EverClean surface future is pretty important. Here’s why. I have Toto Drake in my office that is only couple months old and it gets dirty very fast. Same time I have American Standard Champion 4 Max in my house for years already and it is always staying clean for longer even though more people use it.
Water Shortage In California Has Made Some Changes In Plumbing Industry As Well
Last year California put in force a new law for water conservation and that in turn changed the functionality of many plumbing fixtures, including toilets. First the law restricted toilet tanks to have capacity 1.6 gallons, then few months later it got reduced to 1.28 gallons.
While we all can agree that saving water is necessary and important we have noticed that many manufacturing companies started struggling with the quality of the performance. I have always told people that if you happen to have old plumbing and drain lines tend to clog then best thing you can do is flush more water into sink, tub or toilet. More water equals more force. Second best thing is to replace pipes but that is very expensive project.
So now that our toilets are restricted to only 1.28 gallons per flush we would need to pray that it will be flushing properly.
American Standard has once again done good job with their line of toilets and they always deliver. But to my surprise I found their new product line that has 1.6 gallon option which I thought was banned. Reason they get away with it is that Cadet 3 Dual Flush has option for smaller flush of 1 gallon, which in return would even out the consumption of the water, perhaps even be more efficient in conservation. Last week I installed the toilet for one of my customers in San Jose and right away I noticed the good flushing mechanism working great. Day later our client called us back and asked to install another American Standard Cadet 3 Dual Flush toilet in his house. And for us it is important that our clients are always happy. Also, we don’t like recalls.
Are you convinced yet that some toilets can do magic? If you need help to install a toilet then please call us at (408) 800-3091 for a free quote. Our installation prices are crazy cheap as well.
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