Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I get this?
Do you want to cut your utility bill by up to 50%? Water rates have risen another 2% in Orange County, and 9% in Wake County, North Carolina, home to Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, this year alone.
Have you ever noticed how much water your toilet flushes every time you press the handle? You are literally FLUSHING CASH DOWN THE DRAIN. This is because YOUR standard toilet uses more water than needed to flush.
The Water Savior Dual Flush Regulator not only saves you water on the full flush by optimizing flushing level and power, it also empowers you to flush an additional 50% less each time you flush and hold down the Blue Water Savior push button.
According to the EPA's North Carolina State Water Facts Sheet (PDF) (2010):
"North Carolina has historically been considered a water-rich state. In recent years, however, the state has faced water shortages due to a combination of rapid population growth, drought, and aquifer degradation. Experts predict that if present growth and water use trends continue, North Carolinian's will find it increasingly difficult to satisfy their water needs in the coming decades.... While universities and other public institutions are making impressive advances in saving water, the future of North Carolina’s water ultimately lies in the hands of its citizens."
How does it work?
The Water Savior Dual Flush Regulator saves money and reduces your water bill by giving you a two button flush handle, one for full flushing power, and one for half flushing power.
The half flush uses .75 gallons of water and is less than half of the water you flush every time.
The full flush uses 1.5 gallons of water is more than enough to clear the toilet of solid matter, but less water than you currently use.
How long does it take to install?
The average install time is 20 minutes.
The Kit includes everything you need to convert a standard toilet into a Dual Flush Water Savior. Installation is as easy as 1, 2, 3:
New fill valve replaces standard balloon mechanism
New flush unit replaces standard flapper
New dual flush button replaces toilet handle on toilet face
How much can I save?
A family of 5 will save over $150 / year
Multifamily Unit Owners will save over $1800 / year per unit
Communities, Hotels, Restaurants, and Universities will save thousands per year
How much does this cost?
North Carolina Residents $23 + Tax
Bulk Pricing starts at 3 units (average household has 3 bathrooms)
Installation Price $20 / visit + $10 / additional unit
Buy 5 units and get 2 installed free
Buy 4 units and get 1 installed free
Buy 3 units and third unit is half off
Continental US $23 + Shipping
Bulk pricing starts at 4 units
How long will it take me for it to pay off?
Rising water rates mean that payback occurs even faster. Example: Water rates have risen 2% in Orange County, and 9% in Wake County, North Carolina, home to Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Residents can see payback in less than a year.
Communities and Universities can see payback within months
Restaurants and Hotels see payback within weeks depending on their high traffic.
What are some common issues?
When upgrading older toilets, old screws and nuts can be hard to remove. In general, a conversion requires the removal of up to 4 nuts. Water Savior Installation and Service Reps recommend a penetrating lubricant to assist with stubborn nuts.
Who is the competition?
MSJS HydroRight’s competitor product offers a quick installation for users who do not have a ballast-based fill regulator. This product offering does not include the regulator in the kit. Building Engineers and plumbers will always note that leaking flappers and faulty fill regulators are a leading cause of high water bills.
The Water Savior kit includes everything you need to reduce your bill - a brand new fill regulator and the Water Savior dual flush regulator.
We carry the HydroRight also and recommend it for new construction only.
How can I become a reseller?
Contact Brandon Young at 718.406.2184 or email firstname.lastname@example.org