Dual Flush Kits
In this category we will talk about the benefits of dual flush kits in general and how they help to reduce water consumption while keeping still useful toilets out of the landfills. There seems to be a bit of controversy over which is better, Replacing just the insides or replacing the whole toilet. We'll discuss that here.
We will also discuss the different types of dual flush kits on the market so you can make an intelligent choice about what to purchase.
Dear Valued customer,
Over the last several years we have been privileged to be able to participate in, what we consider to be a very large water conservation effort. The sale of our dual flush kits is saving an estimated 20,000 gallons of clean water a year each, for families such as yours. Conserving water takes a conscious effort and the rewards aren't always immediately
For several months now our One2flush Dual Flush Bonus Pack has enjoyed the number one slot on Amazon for top rated toilet and urinal parts Follow this link http://www.amazon.com/gp/top-rated/hi/680991011/ref=zg_bs_tab to see it. I wasn't keeping track of such things and stumbled on it one day. I've been following it ever since. It looks like some of our other Dual flush Kit products regularly make the Top 100 Rated toilet and urinal parts as well. We aren't always on top as far as sales go but this indicator puts us on top as far as quality. Which is more important to meAdd a comment
I was sent a link to this letter in the Sacramento News and Review this morning.
Re “Wake up call” by Hugh Biggar and Cosmo Garvin (SN&R Feature, August 4):
In response to the fact you cite in your article that the vast majority of water usage in Sacramento comes from private residences, consider this cost-effective conservation solution that is easy to install and requires no sacrifice on the part of individual users: dual-flush toilet kits.
Dual-flush toilets have been in use in other parts of the world for years,Add a comment
Written by Bruce Broderick Saturday, 30 July 2011 18:01
Over the last several years we have sold over 30,000 dual flush kits. In cases where we have had a chance to get feedback from the owners of the toilets,(several Thousand) they have been very happy with the results. Performance has been close to if not better than that of a new dual flush toilet without the expense of replacing a perfectly good toilet with a new one that in most cases will cost several hundred dollars for the toilet and then whatever peripheral costs are involved to get it installed. If you install a new toilet yourself and there are no glitches along the way such as different offsets to the wall or a different base size that the new toilet won't cover on the floor because of discoloration on the floor material or heaven forbid you have tile then things don't get to much more expensive than the cost of the toilet, the wax ring and the new supply line. If you aren't so lucky and...Add a comment