Tag Archive for ‘toilets’

Recent Homes Have Just Over 3 Toilets, 2.5 Showers

Single-family homes built after the 1990s have an average of 3.1 toilets, 2.6 showers and 2.3 bathtubs, according to a recent NAHB study. Standard tables from the Survey of Construction (SOC, conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau with partial funding from HUD) show that the share of single-family homes built with at least 2 bathrooms has increased regularly from 60 percent of… Read More ›

Home Features that Use Water

Almost exactly half of residential water use consists of water used outside the home (e.g., for watering lawns), according to a recent NAHB study.  Indoors, the biggest users of water are toilets, followed by showers, faucets, clothes washers and leaks. These results of the NAHB are based on data that became available in 2016 in the form of Residential End Uses of… Read More ›