In many situations where they’re used, bidets are known for their primary benefits in health and sanitation areas. Assisting with numerous related themes, from comfort to improved cleanliness and many others down these lines, bidets provide fantastic practical value to numerous buyers.
At Genie Bidet, we’re proud to provide high-quality bidet toilets, bidet seats and bidet attachments that bring not only fantastic practical value, but also excellent financial value as well. Many who purchase our bidet solutions find that not only is their practical experience improved, so is their bottom line financially – both in the short-term and long-term. In this two-part blog series, we’ll go over the financial benefits of a bidet to strongly consider while making your choice.
General Bathroom Remodeling Benefits
We wanted to begin with a very broad area that often brings incredible value to homeowners: Renovating a bathroom. Whether you’re looking to sell your home in the near future or just want to keep property value high, few remodeling types have a higher average ROI than the bathroom.
And while there are several upgrades that may benefit you here, the bidet stands out in particular. Beyond providing fantastic ROI – buyers love bidets – it also saves you money in several ways we’ll go over moving forward, allowing you to kill two birds with one stone. In many cases, the savings from a bidet installation will pay for the remodel itself without even factoring in your improved property value.
Toilet Paper Savings
Another of the major areas to consider when it comes to the financial benefits of a bidet installation is all the money you’ll be saving on toilet paper. A bidet seat alone reduces toilet paper usage by at least 75% and often more – toilet paper will only be needed for drying off residual moisture in most cases. The average family spends hundreds or even thousands of dollars per year on toilet paper, but these are funds you’ll now have available.
Another major cost savings that some homeowners don’t consider closely enough: Plumbing costs. From excess toilet paper being flushed to the possibility of toilet clogs and resulting sewer issues – especially those with special cleanliness needs and who might use wipes or similar products – a standard toilet can come with several significant expenses. A bidet, however, never clogs due to the lack of toilet paper and other items being used, allowing you to avoid any sewer or drain issues. And of course, as we already noted above, the reduced cost of toilet paper, wipes and other materials makes a major difference over time.For more on the financial side of how bidets benefit you, or to learn about any of our bidets or bidet accessories, speak to the staff at Genie Bidet today.