Residential Tankless Toilets | What You Should Know About Installing a Tankless Toilet in your Home

Are you one of the rising number of people who want to live a more eco-friendly life? Are you looking for ways to reduce your eco-impact while also reducing your monthly water bill? If your answer is yes, then you should consider installing a tankless toilet! These are water-saving toilets with a stylish modern design that reduce the amount of water per flush. If you’re interested in learning more about tankless toilets and whether they would be a good option for your home, read on to get our suggestions! We’ll teach you everything about these toilets that you need to know to get started: their pros and cons, types, installation, maintenance, costs, and more.

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What are Tankless Toilets?

Tankless toilets are different from traditional toilets in the fact that they do not store water in a reservoir attached to the back of the toilet, but instead they use a flush valve that connects directly to your water line. This means that when you flush the toilet, water is sent straight to the valve and then rerouted to your drain. This means that you don’t have to wait for a tank to fill before being able to flush, or worry about a leaking flapper driving up your water bill. Since tankless toilets also usually have greater water pressure than toilets with a tank, you are able to use less when flushing.

While the money-saving aspects of tankless toilets are what initially attract many people to Tankless Toilets, the sleek modern design is also something people desire. Tankless toilets often take up less space in your bathroom, which give you more room for decor or storage.

Benefits of a Tankless Toilet

Tankless toilets don’t require a lot of water for flushing, so there’s less stress on your water supply. Their smaller size can be a benefit in bathrooms without much room, like in condos or guest bathrooms. Tankless toilets are also easier to maintain because there are no flaps, valves, floating balls, etc. to get messed up, worn out, or broken! There’s also less risk of pipes freezing in winter, which can lead to cracked or broken pipes, water leaks, and massive repair bills. Many tankless toilets also come with extras and upgrades, like heated seats or a built-in night light!

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How much do Tankless Toilets cost?

The price of a tankless toilet will vary depending on the brand, size, and features you choose, but they do often cost more up-front than standard tanked toilets. A new tankless toilet could cost anywhere between $500 and $2,000 based on the specific style you choose, not including any extras you might want like a bidet attachment. It’s best to look at the long-term cost and savings of a tankless toilet versus a standard toilet. Many tankless toilet owners find that, while the initial cost was higher, the savings over the life of the toilet made tankless the better option in the long run.

It’s also important to know that most tankless toilets will require a professional plumber to install, since they do need to be connected to the water line in your home. The cost of installation will vary depending on which plumber you choose, but it’s important to choose a company that will focus on what is best for you and will treat you with Dignity!

How to Choose the Right Tankless Toilet

One of the most important things that you need to keep in mind when you are choosing a tankless toilet is the type and what your specific needs are. You should first choose a model that is made for low water consumption, fits into your budget, and is guaranteed to last. You can get an idea of how different types and styles will perform by reading reviews from previous customers, asking your plumber for advice, and checking the product’s features online. Then look into which additional features, like bidet attachments or heated seats, would work best for your bathroom.

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Finding a Professional to Install your Tankless Toilet

Now that you know what tankless toilets are and their benefits, it’s time to find a professional to install your new toilet. It’s important that you find a company that you trust, one that understands what the job will take and can complete it in a timely and professional manner.You will also want to make sure they have the skills to handle any unexpected surprises during the install, such as needing to add or change valves. Finding the right plumber can reduce a lot of the stress that a home remodel can bring, and can keep you from having to find someone else to repair anything a less than great service provider could have damaged.

Maintenance of a Tankless Toilet

Tankless Toilets were designed to have minimal maintenance needs, which means you won’t have to worry about flaps or valves wearing out and breaking. As long as you are keeping your pipes in overall good condition, you shouldn’t need to worry about calling a plumber to maintain or repair your tankless toilet. As far as cleaning, tankless is no different than standard!

If you are ready to install a tankless toilet in your Las Vegas home, call Dignity Plumbing and let one of our expert technicians help you get started today! We can recommend models that would work in your home, and can handle the whole installation process from start to finish! Call us at (702) 840-8910 to set up an appointment, or book online today!

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