Add a spa-like bathroom to your home
(NC)—It's hard to ignore the fact that homeowners are itching to make their bathrooms more luxurious. According to a few recent articles, the trend is to have aspa-like luxury bathroom space at home. If you are adding or remodelling a half bathroom in your home, consider the Sanistar macerating toilet. This European inspired wall-hung toilet, is designed to save space and can be mounted on a reinforced wall.
“Sanistar is the answer to any home renovation project looking to add style with sustainability,” says Daniel Cayer, national sales manager at Saniflo Canada. “The system does not depend on gravity and is a practical aesthetic-enhancing solution with a corresponding hand basin for any space. It is just one of the options in our line of macerating and gray water pumping systems.”
Not only is it stylish, but it is also eco-friendly. In comparison to a standard low-flush toilet, it uses approximately 38% less water per flush, improving the return on your investment.
With macerating toilets, the waste is reduced by a rotating blade and is then transported to the macerator pump box, which then renders the waste into a slurry. This also contributes to helping the environment, as the waste in liquid form can be sent to the sewage line. As a slurry it is easier and quicker for the normal bacteria to break down the waste.
More information is available online at www.saniflo.ca or toll-free at 1-800-363-5874.
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