From the Bath Gate to Bill Gates

Commercial lavatory

There are a lot of varieties of appliances that have become more popular in recent years, for one reason or another. For example, the walk in tub has become extremely popular with older consumers because the doors that go either in or out depending on the preference of the person who purchases it can produce a watertight tub that can be significantly deeper than a regular tub without any risk of falling and injuring oneself.

Another thing about soaking tubs is that they allow people to fully immerse themselves. But these are not the only economical features that people will add to their bathrooms. Other people prefer features such as the commercial toilets or the fiber glass shower bases that can provide them with a good basis for living.

This is not to say that the walk in tub is not without its appeal, but it is generally something that someone will put in to fulfill a specific need. On the other hand, water saving toilets are sometimes installed just because people need a new toilet and they decide that they want to save a few extra dollars as long as they are putting that new toilet in place.

In 1857, the first American toilet plunger was invented and just a few years ago, Bill and Melinda Gates tried to host a competition in order to produce a more eco friendly toilet. That might not have been a rollout to combat the Chicago Fair, but it certainly was an event to watch.

People will probably continue to look for the best methods for ensuring that they get the most efficient toilets in the world and that their home infrastructure is equally reliable. This is something that everyone has to work on. Nonetheless, getting an efficient home toilet design is always one of the best places to start from. Toilets are something that are going to stay in the home for a long time, and you might end up spending a collective month sitting on one. You had better make sure that you feel comfortable in that position.

Comments

Posted On
May 25, 2014
Posted By
Casey Fields

A full month sounds a bit long. Are you saying that there might be a situation in which someone spends an entire month of his or her life sitting on a toilet? I would like to see where you could get that fact from.

Posted On
Jun 26, 2014
Posted By
Bill Green

A full month sounds a bit long. Are you saying that there might be a situation in which someone spends an entire month of his or her life sitting on a toilet? I would like to see where you could get that fact from.

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