Save Water & Eliminate Toilet Overflows With New Toilet Guardian

| April 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

 (Press Release) Toilet Guardian is an electronic water saving device that shuts off water to the toilet when a leak or overflow is detected. Emergency or cost savings, this automatic shut off valve saves water and stops water damage. The first generations were commercial and sold directly to hospitals, senior living facilities and municipalities. Now for the first time, they are available to the public.

The basic design of a toilet carries with it several inherent

problems. A clogged toilet will obviously overflow, but toilets often leak, unnoticed, wasting hundreds and even thousands of gallons per day of drinking water. Look up the number one cause of high water bills and, even the EPA agrees, it is the toilet. Small ‘silent’ leaks can waste hundreds of gallons per day and stuck open flappers or fill valves can waste thousands of gallons per day. The Toilet Guardian stops the loss.

The eco-smart valve easily attaches between the water supply line and the tank. Two small sensors work in tandem or separately to completely surround the toilet with protection from tank to bowl. Flapper and fill valve leaks, stuck flappers, rusted bolts, cracked tanks and especially clogged toilets; they are the same to the Toilet Guardian-problems.

“The Toilet Guardian is state of the art and the industry response has always been great. However, what we need now is the public to get excited about the product. With the rising cost of water it seems like the natural transition. While eliminating overflows is great, the water savings is phenomenal.” – David M. Parrish, Chief Operating Officer

For more information regarding Toilet Guardian visit Aquaone.com or call (714) 898-7016. For media inquiries please contact Kamatoy Media Group 619-573-9456 or press@jugglemail.com

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VP of Media- David Kamatoy has been blogging since 2005. Growing up in traditional media and entertainment he has been an early adopter of new media. Co-wining an award from the Sony & American Film Institute as a teenager "Visons of U.S." to hosting his own broadcast radio shows in 2005-2006. David's involvement in Presidio Sentinel is to help integrate the traditional print publication with the new media including video, blogging, twitter, podcasting, etc.