Low-flush toilets and 60+-year old houses?
It seems that the same model toilet works for some and not for others. Am wondering if other than TP brand, drain design is a factor.
Read this in one of the threads: "We're very happy with both Totos. Both our drains were an optimal design; e.g., toilet and sink graywater comes in to help move the blackwater out to the sewer. A plumber told us some houses have plumbing connections that don't work effectively with low-flush toilets. It's important to have that greater volume of graywater coming in at the right place for an effective sewer system."
I need to replace a toilet in the basement bathroom and put one in a new addition bathroom on the 2nd floor. I am worried about buying a $350 toilet online if there is a chance that it will have frequent clogging or dirty-bowl problems. Any thoughts on how to determine whether low-flush toilets are compatible with one's particular plumbing connection setup?