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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, a family of four typically uses up to 400 gallons of water a day, with 70 percent of this attributed to an indoor use of water. The average American flushes a toilet five times a day. In older homes, with 3.2 gallon toilets, a family of four could use more than 20,000 gallons of water annually just flushing a toilet. For that reason, many municipalities are amending codes to require installation of a 1.28 gallon toilet for new construction or remodels. If you have a plumbing project that requires installation of a new toilet, the licensed and insured plumbing professionals at Public Service Plumbers can help ensure that you comply with all building codes.

At Public Service Plumbers, we've provided comprehensive plumbing services to businesses and homeowners in and around the DFW Metroplex for more than 55 years. We are proud of the skill, training and loyalty of our professional team—all of our plumbers have at least 10 years of experience. Our support staff is highly knowledgeable with more than 100 years of combined plumbing experience. We'll look at more than the installation of a new toilet—we'll keep our eyes open for all potential plumbing concerns, so that they can be resolved before they cause problems. We are happy to assist you with any plumbing/toilet project, large or small.

Water Closets: Kinds of Toilet Technology

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  • In general, there are three kinds of toilet flush technology currently in use: siphoning, wash-down, and power-assisted flush. In siphoning toilets, water flows to the rim and from a jet located near the bottom of the bowel. Wash-down toilets use a valve that opens when flushed to allow a flood of water to enter the bowel from under the rim of the toilet. Power-assisted toilets utilize water and compressed air to create a powerful thrust of water to clear waste out of the bowel. In each kind of toilet, however, consideration must be given to the amount of water used.

  • The new Texas HET Law phasing in 1.28 gallons per flush on toilets went into effect in 2014. Accordingly, if you want to remodel your bathroom or install a new toilet, you'll need to consider different kinds of water closets and what works best for your family.

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Which Toilet Makes Sense for Your Home

Each of these toilets has their advantages and drawbacks – siphoning typically uses a lot of water and may sometimes require two flushes; wash-down toilets often stain and require more than one flush; and power-flush toilets can be loud. On the other hand, siphoning toilets are usually very clean and easy to maintain, while power-flush toilets use a gallon or less of water per flush.

To arrange a service call to install or repair a toilet, or to discuss pricing options, call Public Service Plumbers at 214-363-4477. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to respond to your call. We respond to all warranty and service issues within 48 hours. You'll receive a one year warranty on all parts and labor.

See what our customers have to say

  • RON P.

    My most recent experience with Public Service Plumbers was very, very good. The lead guy who was here on the last visit was the best I've ever experienced. We had two little small leaks in a piece of copper tubing and the guy came in and had it fixed within about an hour. It was very well done and very professional. They're a reliable and dependable company. I've been using them for almost 30 years now and plan to stick with them.

  • JANET B.

    Troy did a wonderful job. He was thorough, answered all of our questions, and wanted to be sure he didn't leave until he had solved all of our problems.


    Our company has been using Public Service Plumbers, Inc. for several years. They are now our #1 subcontractor and they service all our homes and even our personal homes. We like them because they are very responsive and if we have any trouble, they get right to it. Their work is great and their workmen are skilled. Larry and Jimmy are a pleasure to work with and their pricing is right on track for their quality. We would recommend them to others.


    I have used Public Service Plumbers for over 6 years. My needs have ranged from minor leaks to water main breaks. Always on time,professional and thorough. I highly recommend Public Service Plumbers for all plumbing needs.

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