Toilet Terminology

Posted by on Dec 28, 2013 in Toilet Repair San Francisco, Water Heater Repair San Francisco | 0 comments

With half of the December holiday season behind us, Water Heater Repair San Francisco¬†chose to have a little fun today and wished to share a brand-new infographic by Phil Luther with you. It is exactly 7 months to the 104th anniversary of John Crapper’s death (July 27), the person to whom the development of the flush toilet is typically related to. Really, in 1596 John Harrington invented the modern flush toilet, though Crapper did further the development of the toilet and held lots of vital plumbing patents that made toilets work much better and in a more hygienic means.

Your toilet¬†might be working a little overtime this holiday period if you have had lots of visitors and family in from out of town. We suggest for everybody to be cautious of exactly what all gets flushed so you won’t need to call us for any toilet repairs. Attempt to keep a trash can in plain sight beside the toilet so visitors will utilize it and not flush items that you would not usually flush yourself … maybe keep a plunger in plain sight too, simply in case.

Delight in the list of associated terms for the word “toilet” below and delight in the remainder of the period!

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