A Toilets Lifespan
The lifespan of a toilet can vary, but most toilets will last for several decades. Some high-quality toilets can even last for up to 50 years. However, the actual lifespan of a toilet will depend on a variety of factors, such as the quality of the toilet, the type of material it’s made of, how well it’s maintained, the water quality that feeds the toilet, and how often it’s used.
Extend the Life of Your Toilet
To help extend the life of your toilet, it’s important to properly maintain it. This includes:
- Cleaning it regularly
- Fixing any problems as soon as they arise
- Being mindful of what you flush down the toilet (for example, don’t flush large or non-biodegradable items)
By taking good care of your toilet, you can help ensure that it will continue to function properly for as long as possible.
When Should I replace my Toilet?
Toilets can last for a long time, but there are some signs that it may be time to replace your toilet. Some of these signs include:
- The toilet is constantly clogging or experiencing other frequent problems.
- The toilet is old and outdated, and you want to upgrade to a more modern model.
- The toilet is visibly damaged or has cracks.
- The toilet is no longer efficient, causing you to use more water than necessary.
If you’re experiencing any of these issues, it may be time to consider replacing your toilet. However, if your toilet is still functioning well and doesn’t have any major problems, there’s no need to replace it.
If you are experiencing any problems with your toilet or just want an updated look and better water efficiency, contact us at 306-652-9556 or fill out our contact form for more info.