A Toilet That Does Not Overflow
No More Overflowing Toilets
We all have experienced the
aggravation and embarrassment of an over flowing
bathroom toilet. It always seems to happen at the
worst of times such as about the time that you need
to leave the house for an appointment or when you
have company that is just sitting down to dinner.
This has to be one of the greatest advancement in
plumbing technology in decades. If it isn't I don't
know what is.
Who would ever suspected that
one of the children would be in the bathroom
experimenting with the toilet until it overflowed.
What a mess of waste water that you now have to
clean up. Well, we have good news! You can avoid
the situation by installing a toilet that does not
overflow. Yep, there is such a thing as none
overflowing toilet. It is called the Penguin
Toilet has two forms of overflow protection;
There are three
holes at the back of the bowl that allow the waste
water to drain through a separate channel if the
main drain clogs.
drain holes plug the rising water enters holes
under the rim which permits the waste water to
escape through another drain outlet.
The Penguin Toilet can be
installed in new construction or as a replacement
toilet. Installing the toilet is an easy DIY
project that can be completed in less than an hour.
There is no need for additional plumbing as it
attaches to the existing plumbing fixtures.
To replace a toilet with a
Penguin Toilet simply disconnect the water line to
the existing toilet, remove the two hold down nuts
and then remove the old toilet. Install a new wax
ring and install the new toilet. That is all there
is to it.
The cost of a Penguin Toilet
is just about the same as any other toilet and can
be purchased at any plumbing supply store. It comes
with a standard five year warrantee.
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