Flush with Success: A Guide to Choosing the Right Toilet for Your Home
When it comes to home improvement, the humble toilet is often overlooked. However, choosing the right toilet for your home is a decision that can significantly impact your daily life. In this guide, we'll explore the key factors to consider when selecting a toilet, ensuring not only comfort and efficiency but its aesthetics.
Toilets come in a range of designs, from your traditional back to wall, in wall hung, and in wall floor standing toilets. Each design has its own set of costs and its best to check with your plumber to understand what is possible for your home.
Niche Hung Standing Full Kit with 12 button option to suit your bathroom space.
In-Wall Floor Standing
Niche Floor Standing Full Kit with 12 button in various colour and shape option to suit your space.
Considering the Size and Shape
Toilets come in various sizes and shapes, and it's essential to choose one that fits your bathroom space and aesthetics. Compact toilets short projection such as Snubby and Mini Cyclone are ideal for smaller bathrooms, while the large bowls found in the rest of our range offer added comfort.
While all our toilet always come with all the items needed for installation, if your wanting more options you can browse our range of slim and thick toilet seat covers to exactly fit your preferences.
Additionally, if you buy a toilet at the same time as you buy a toilet seat its $25 discount off the seat.
Standard Height or Comfort Height
The standard toilet height may not be suitable for everyone. Consider a comfort-height toilet, which is slightly taller than the traditional models. This can be especially beneficial for homeowners that are taller or have joint pain.
Easy to Clean Design
Cleaning the toilet is a task nobody enjoys, but choosing a toilet with a sleek and easily cleanable design can make this chore more manageable and hygienic.
Plus paired with our Tornado Tidy Brush it make clean up a breeze as its not only hygienic and non-abrasive, but the silicone bristles means that water and debris slips right off so you don't have to deal with the drip.
Plus the get a $5 off discount when you purchase any of our toilets at the same time as the brush.
Toilets today come with advanced flushing technologies that offer both power and efficiency.
Dual-flush systems allow you to choose between a full or partial flush, saving water.
Rimless Flush have no seam within the bowl, providing a hygienic and cleaning friendly bathroom experience.
The toilets from our range that are rimless are Snubby, Mini Cyclone, Tornado Zero Rim, Hurricane Zero Rim, Trade Zero, Niche Floor Standing and Wall Standing Pan including our Ultra Access In-wall and Back-to-wall.
Tornado Flush propels water into the toilet bowl creating a powerful vortex similar to a tornado.
Understanding these technologies can help you select a toilet that meets both your needs and the expectations.
Water efficiency should be a top priority.
Low-flow toilets have become the standard, using significantly less water per flush compared to their traditional counterparts. Not only does this help the planet, but it can also help lower your water bill.
Cost and Installation
You'll also need to consider the toilets cost and what fits within your budget. Its a great thing that there are plenty of quality toilets available at various price points. Finding the right balance between affordability and functionality is key to a successful home improvement project that won't break the bank.
Installation costs should also be taken into account as the various types of toilets often come with significantly different installation expenses.
Typically, a traditional back-to-wall toilets are generally more cost-effective to install. This is due to them not requiring wall mounting and not needing to conceal the water tank behind walls.
On the other hand, wall-mounted toilets generally incur higher installation costs. This is because they require mounting with structural supports, and their storage tanks must be concealed as well.
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