New Niagara Water-Saving Toilet Line

Toilet manufacturer Niagara recently debuted four new toilet collections hoping to address common installation pains facing plumbers, builders, and maintenance workers. These four collections, Liberty, Sabre, Shadow, and Barron, remove the difficult installation process and ensure no retiling is needed. The pre-installed tank only requires screws to connect the tank to the bowl. Niagara also […]

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Best Finds: Telescoping Luxury Toilet Seats

If you have been searching for a toilet seat that was telescoping, elongated, slow-closing, white, and features a push-fit for an American Standard toilet, we have an answer! You can use #99776408. This includes a universal bowl fit with top and bottom mounting hardware.

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Best Finds: Can JaniWrap be applied to wet toilets?

A customer recently asked one of our sales reps if JaniWrap can be applied to wet toilets or do toilets need to be cleaned and dried first? According to our customer service team, the answer is yes and no. JaniWrap adheres well on water slick porcelain surfaces. However, it does not adhere on urine slick […]

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Measuring green: Commercial buildings give back to the planet

We have heard “go green” for decades and now that the global pandemic has emphasized building health, that theme is beginning to resonate with more people. In fact, developers are now going even further with “deep green” buildings. The commercial buildings that take on this new approach will uphold higher environmental standards. If your building […]

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Could flushing a toilet spread COVID-19?

Another new behavior to stay on top of to prevent coronavirus transmission: closing the toilet lid when you flush. Scientists found that flushing a toilet can create a cloud of droplets containing coronavirus that will linger long enough to be inhaled. Aerosol droplets rise nearly three feet and can land on other surfaces in the […]

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Protecting commercial buildings from pests

High-traffic areas in commercial buildings are known to be prone to foul odors, dirty floors, and standing water. These spaces need extra attention to maintain cleanliness, or they will likely leave a negative impression. Pay attention to the “hot spot” areas of your facility’s restrooms to ensure they are free from rodents, cockroaches, and flies […]

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How to win the battle against rust

Years ago, I was an adventurous kid with the coolest metallic turquoise-colored bike. I would spend an entire summer taking my bike to dive down a hill so tall that it seemed as though was towering over all of the surrounding houses in the neighborhood, thoroughly impressing the other kids in the neighborhood—most of them […]

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Water efficient fixtures: Myth vs. fact

The U.S. Energy Policy Act of 1992 created a federal minimum efficiency standard for all toilets, urinals, showers, and faucets. At the time, the newer 1.6 GPF toilets were a headache compared to their 3.5 GPF counterparts. The low-flow toilets had terrible flushing performance and quickly gained a reputation for easily clogging. Today, nearly 30 […]

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