What is the average life expectancy of a toilet?
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
You can expect a toilet to last at least 50 years and, unless cracked or leaking, it’s a sturdy fixture that can continue to be serviceable for much longer. Most older toilets are replaced while still functional to update a bathroom.
Here’s a bar graph that compares estimated life of a toilet with other plumbing fixtures.
Go to our blog post What is the average lifespan of the parts of a house? for rating of other house components. To understand the basis, potential use, and limitations of lifespan ratings, see How accurate are the average life expectancy ratings of home components? Are they actually useful?
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Here’s links to some of our other blog posts about “TOILETS”:
NOTE: These life expectancies are based on data provided by InterNACHI, NAHB, FannieMae, and our own professional experience. Because of the numerous variables that can affect a lifespan, they should be used as rough guidelines only, and not relied upon as a warranty or guarantee of future performance.
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