All our lives, we have been conditioned to strive to save as much money as possible. Through many ways, that is. Whether it be a piece of advice from a grown-up or by watching people behave all around us. They buy the cheapest options, the cheapest packages with the least amenities. Even when they are in fact spending a big sum on something like a house, they choose to overlook certain additions as simple as lights for their driveway. This article is here to break down this mentality; it aims to convince you that sometimes, buying something expensive can prove to be better than going with the cheapest option.
Toilets are, more often than not, overlooked. Not in the sense that people neglect to buy them – because that is pretty much impossible, but in the sense that people usually think of them as holes where poop is deposited rather than a vital machine or an appliance. This leads them to buy the cheapest piece they can get their hands on instead of a long-lasting, highly efficient product which is always the better option due to several reasons.
- We all deserve something nice
When you decide to invest in luxurious toilet options, you find that you are dealing with a whole new playing field. More expensive toilets can have several features that are quite amazing actually. Some toilets are higher than normal toilets. They also contain automatic seat lifting, as well as, flushing mechanisms. Not to mention that they can have tiny lights or heater seats.
- Easier to use
Most people with physical limitations, such as arthritis, find it painful to sit and get up from a normal toilet seat due to their low height. Thus, a higher toilet seat would make their life so much easier.
- Safer and Healthier
Not having to touch anything during the process of using a toilet, prevents the spreading of bacteria all around the bathroom and also lowers the chance of it transferring from one person to another through touching the same objects; especially since we’re dealing with waste substances.
- More economical
This point might seem a bit confusing at first, but give it a chance. In most, if not all cases, more expensive toilets have a longer lifespan than their cheaper alternatives. It goes back to the quality of the material and manufacturing techniques. The main point is, the collective cost of buying one expensive toilet to last a lifetime is much cheaper than it would be to buy one cheap toilet after another, have them giving in after a year or two and have paid for their removal, installation, and other expenses.
All in all, buying an expensive toilet can best be regarded as an investment rather than a purchase. If you do the calculations, it is much smarter, more economical and more efficient to invest in a toilet of a high quality that happens to be more expensive. After all, who doesn’t like to have nice things?