Caroma Showcased on DIY Network's, Bath Crashers, Airing November 14th

Caroma PR , November 14, 2011 at 10:25 AM

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn – Caroma®, the market leader in innovative, high-efficiency toilet suites and sinks, will appear again on an episode of the DIY Network’s TV Show “Bath Crashers,” airing Monday, November 14, 2011. Caroma’s featured product for this episode is the WaterSense®-labeled Caravelle one-piece easy-height toilet; a low-flow contemporary toilet which showcases the company’s water-saving and dual flush technologies.

Monday’s episode is called: EVERYTHING AND THE KITCHEN SINK

Andi and Adam’s bathroom is stuck in the ‘60s —and not in a good way. The space is claustrophobic and has zero personality. Bath Crasher’s host, Matt Muenster expands the bathroom into a closet and an unused bedroom, turning the space into an open, airy oasis. An added window brings light into the giant walk-in shower, and gray wood floors with painted white and mahogany accents give the room a Cape Cod feel. A giant stainless steel sink sits in the center of the room, split in two by a hanging mirror. The final touch? A bathtub that does it all —air bubbles, aromatherapy, chromatherapy and massage. Plus, framed photos taken by Matt bring the outdoors in. Caroma’s Caravelle one-piece toilet fits in the space perfectly – maintaining the light and airy feel.

Similar to the “Bath Crashers” concept, Caroma strives to transform dated bathrooms into contemporary, functioning spaces, making Caroma’s products the perfect choice for host Matt Muenster’s design vision. Unlike old toilets that use almost 3.5 gallons of water per flush (gpf), Caroma’s Caravelle uses an average of 1.6 gpf, making it the ideal water-saving product for bathroom renovations.

“We appreciate the opportunity to bring our water-saving message to a larger audience, and the ‘Bath Crashers’ team has been receptive to our story and products, which is wonderful," said Derek Kirkpatrick, Caroma North America general manager. “We stand behind our message and mission that one-flush can make a difference.” Kirkpatrick continues,“If one person uses a high-efficiency toilet (HET) for one year, they can save approximately 330 gallons of water, and that is a very meaningful number.”

Check local listings for the airing time on November 14 to catch the Caroma episode of the “Bath Crashers.”