Low Flush Toilets

Low flush toilets are becoming increasingly popular as people become more aware of their daily water consumption and try to find ways to decrease their usage. Similar to low-flow showerheads, low flush toilets have gone through upgrades over the last few years which have made them far more efficient than they were previously.


Most toilets historically used around 3.5 gallons of water to flush waste (but can use up to 5 gallons), with low flush toilets using under a gallon of water for liquid waste and 1.6 gallons for solids. Given that toilet flushing accounts for 28% – 30% of your home’s water usage, this means that it saves about 25 gallons of water a day – or 9,000 gallons a year. That adds up to huge savings – both in terms of environmental costs and cash in your pocket. A more environmentally conscious toilet can pay for itself within the span of a few years.

Low flush toilets work by using an innovative design to help efficiently and effectively push waste down sewage pipes by using almost a third of the standard water power. Installing a low flush toilet can be pretty simple if you’re familiar with and know how to deal with the water pipes in your home. But, a low flush toilet installation is something your plumbing company can handle quickly and with ease.


Brothers Plumbing, Heating & Electric is available 7 days a week to take help with the installation and maintenance of a new low flush toilet. Our trained and trusted technicians can have your new toilet installed and working in one visit. We’ve built our reputation on trust, and it’s that kind of dedication to top-notch service that makes us the number one choice for plumbing companies in the Denver metro area.