Toilets, whether simple or fitted with lots of extra features, are fairly durable fixtures that can last for up to 50 years among average usage conditions. However, the actual lifespan of your toilet is determined by many factors – here are some:
- The frequency of usage – the size of the household that uses the toilet will determine the frequency of usage and, with it, the durability of the toilet as well. The more people use the toilet, the shorter the lifespan of the fixture;
- Maintenance – when we hear toilet maintenance, many people consider meticulous of the toilet bowl cleaning to be the only task involved. As a matter of fact, toilets consist of much more than the bowl – they come with a shut-off valve as well as a water tank that include components, such as the refill tube, the float, the flapper, all of them parts that need to be regularly inspected and replaced if necessary;
- The extra features – many modern toilets today come with complex features, such as automatic flashing and lights. These fixtures usually work with complex electronics that can fail, rendering the toilet unusable or requiring expensive repairs and shortening the lifespan of the unit.
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