ALTOONA, BLAIR COUNTY - Old home fixtures can mean your pouring money down the drain. Replacing inefficient faucets and toilets can make a big difference on your water bill.
The Responsible Bathroom Water Conservation Tour stopped in Altoona on Wednesday, and it brought many gadgets that will help save money and water in your home.
A New American Standard Toilet looks like any other commode, but the ones shown use about 2 gallons less of water.
An older toilet probably uses about 3.5 gallons per flush. A newer toilet uses about 1.28 gallons per flush, and it doesn't affect it's flushing ability.
The new toilet costs about $130, but Gregg Douglas of Folcarelli Supply says you could make that money back in your water bill in no time.