HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILETS are now included in the Allerton bathroom suite. The toilets are 1.25 GPF and are pending certification from the WaterSense program. The toilet delivers a powerful, bowl-clearing flush thanks to a 3" flush valve and dual-fed siphon jet. This HET is ADA-compliant.
THE BRIANNE HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILET uses just 1.28 GPF, is WaterSense-certified, and features a reliable FluidMaste 400A fill valve. Powerful dual-fed siphon jets and a 2" glazed trapway help to thoroughly clean the bowl. It is offered in a compact configuration or with an elongated bowl, and 12" rough-in options.
THE VIPER SERIES HET now includes a compact, elongated bowl model. This WaterSense-certified toilet is ideal for smaller bathroom spaces. It utilizes just 1.28 GPF, and features a reliable FluidMaster fill valve, a 3" flush valve for quick bowl clearing, powerful dual-fed siphon jets, and a 2" glazed trapway. It is offered in white and biscuit.
THE ULTRA FLUSH TOILET COLLECTION now includes a 1.28 GPF model. It boasts a top-rated MaP score of 1,000 grams, ensuring high performance with every flush. Features include a Sloan Flushmate pressure vessel, solid brass tank-to-bowl nuts, and a front-mounted tank lever.
MAXWELL 1.28 GPF WALL-HUNG TOILET exceeds the EPA’s WaterSense criteria. Because the toilet is attached to the wall, cleaning under the bowl is hassle-free, making it ideal for multi-family or commercial installations. Features of the toilet include a dual-fed siphon jet, a pilot fill valve, a 3" flush valve and an elongated bowl. It is able to deliver a powerful, bowl-clearing flush with only 1.28 gal. of water. It easily retrofits in existing wall mount tank type applications, allowing for adaptive reuse in older buildings. The toilet is offered in white, with a color-matched tank lever.
THE AVALANCE HIGH EFFICIENCY TOILET uses only 1.28 gallons of water per flush. It is engineered with the company's proprietary X3 flushing system to clear the bowl quickly and efficiently. A 3" flush valve, Fluidmaster fill valve and specially engineered jet feed all contribute to the toilet's high performance.
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Plumbing Repairs for Your Bathrooms and Kitchen
Clogged Toilets. It’s truly one of the most annoying and unpleasant home plumbing problems. However, a clogged toilet is also one of the most common toilet plumbing problems.
If your toilet is not flushing correctly, consider the following as you decide how to get it working again:
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