Gifts for You and Your Home

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Tis’ the Season

We’ve got some goodies for you! Holidays are a great time to give to loved ones and beyond. We hope your home is a place you love and enjoy. What better way to guarantee that than home improvements? Everyone loves them and they increase the value of homes. Win – win. And home improvements can be as small or large as you like. It can be something as simple as changing the faucet or as grand as doing a full fledged bathroom remodel. We’ve come up with a short list of gift ideas for you and your home to enjoy.


Moen’s Touchless Faucet 

What’s not to like about Moen’s Touchless faucets? This faucet turns on and off with a wave, it senses objects and allows you to regulate temperature and flow with a handle. Its sensors make sure you get water only when you need it, saving you a lot of water. And its especially perfect for this year, with its minimal touch qualities. You can keep your faucet clean longer while keeping germs off of the handles. With many style options and finishes, you’re bound to find something you like. 



Europe is far ahead of us on this one, but in the year of toilet paper shortages, bidets come in handy. There are many different options, and fortunately, you don’t need a huge bathroom to install one. There are bidet toilet seats with heat, pressure and other settings, toilets that come with a bidet, or stand alone bidets, which you use separately from the toilet. The toilet seat bidet being perhaps the most common. To learn more, check out this interesting article debunking misconceptions surrounding bidets. In short: 

  • Bidets are actually more sanitary than toilet paper.
  • Toilet paper will cost you more in the long run than having a bidet.
  • You don’t need soap in a bidet to get a solid clean.


Toilet Upgrades 

A relatively small object but such a big part of our lives. Not only that, but toilets account for 30% of our indoor water usage according to the Environmental Protection Agency! Toilets made before the 1980s use 5 to 7 gallons per flush. Fast forward to today, the federal standard is 1.6 gallons per flush, and some newer models are even more efficient with 1.28 gpf. Upgrade your royal seat this holiday season with a new toilet that’s WaterSense labeled. 


Plumbing Installations in Camas, WA and Vancouver, WA

With that being said, if you need help with a new toilet installation, or getting your kitchen outfitted with a new faucet, we’re more than happy to help! Contact Simpson Plumbing today to give you and your home gifts that last.

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