Archive for April 10, 2018
Plumbing has a fascinating history. Indoor plumbing, for example, was available in approximately 3,000 B.C.. We have John Harrington to thank, however, for inventing a toilet that flushed in 1596. This is how the toilet’s illustrious nickname, “the John,” came into being. Since that time, there have been quite a few advancements in home plumbing, which includes low-flow and high-efficiency toilets.
When toilets, sinks, and other pipe fixtures leak, it can be both an annoyance and a waste of water. When these simple leaks are taken care of, it can save the average household about 10,000 gallons of water a year. If just one toilet runs all of the time, for instance, it can leak a considerable amount of water on a daily basis. This ca