My toilet was installed 2 weeks ago, but I havent used it yet because it's so beautiful. Where else can you go that offers free delivery and free installation?! Thanks again!

Niagra Conservation Toilet Basins

The government spends millions of dollars a year trying to encourage homeowners to be eco-friendly and environmentally friendly. Of course it is easy to think about, and in fact many people would like to ‘do their bit’ for the planet, but it is not quite so easy to put into practice, as many of the modern appliances and bathroom suites come with a high price tag.

However, there is a lot of help you can get towards improving and replacing certain parts of your home to make it more energy-efficient. There are also lots of little tricks that are cheap to employ to reduce water usage, etc. Niagara Conservation toilet basins fit neatly into the energy-efficiency category and they provide a range of ‘green’ products for everyone, from contractors to householders.

Help yourself – help the planet!

Niagara Conservation is a well-established company and has been providing products, advice, and assistance since the late 1970’s, when energy conservation was nothing more than a hippy pastime. Their expertise and versatility is second to none, and the constant striving for new and innovative ways to reduce energy consumption is a tireless pursuit that is born from a genuine desire to help the planet. Of course, they are not adverse to a little profit; after all they are a business.

Niagara Conservation toilet basins are specifically designed for maintenance-free use and are geared towards water conservation. Flapperless toilets are fast becoming the most popular choice for replacements from Niagara Conservation toilet basins. And with 60% less water consumption in every flush, you can have a stylish toilet and save money on your water bills too.

Flapperless toilets

A flapperless toilet is a toilet that still works on a gravity flush system, but it does not contain a flapper, a kind of valve that controls water flush. Flappers can become worn or can stick and this can cause leaks or cause more water than is necessary to rush out for the flush. Flapperless toilets have a technology that does not use a flapper valve. Some of the advantages of Niagara Conservation toilet basins without a flapper are:

  • Less water used, (around 60% less) so better water conservation
  • Leak-free
  • No maintenance required
  • Less parts to break
  • Easy to install
  • Only one flush required to empty contents of Niagara Conservation toilet basins

Fit it yourself

Niagara Conservation toilet basins are easy to fit if you know a little about DIY. If you don’t you can always approach a plumber to do this for you, or alternatively choose a contractor that fits flapperless toilets. By choosing this kind of service you are likely to pay less for the service overall and have the benefit of an expert fitting out your bathroom. As Niagara Conservation toilet basins flapperless toilets are guaranteed for 10 years on parts, you can rest assured that in the unlikely event of a part breaking, it can be replaced free of charge. The porcelain of the Niagara Conservation toilet basins is usually guaranteed against defects for life.