Most Popular Toilets For Sale At Renovation D
From close coupled, corner and wall hung toilets are available in a wide range of designs at Renovation D. If you are not sure where to start when it comes to choosing a new toilet seat, below is a buyer’s guide where we speak of the top picks that are available at Renovation D. Before you buy a new toilet there are a few things you need to consider. What style do you have in your bathroom? How much space do you have for the toilet? These will help you choose the best toilet for your bathroom. To find out more, read on!
1 Close Coupled Toilets
A close coupled toilet has a water cistern which directly sits on a pan that is fitted to the floor. The cistern is also installed with its back to a wall. These toilets are very popular as they are easy to install and they come in both modern and traditional styles. Some of these feature a fully flush to the wall design that conceals all the pipework.
2 Corner Toilets
These toilets are specifically designed for installation in bathroom corners. This helps you maximise the available space corner toilets are a fantastic option for small bathrooms, cloakroom suites and en-suites. These toilets are stylish and space saving and will be a wonderful addition to any bathroom. Concerning flushing mechanisms, you can get the traditional lever or chrome dual flush buttons.
3 Wall Hung Toilets
These are a great option if you have a contemporary style in your bathroom. Wall hung toilets appear to float above the floor and have no visible fittings or cisterns. The cistern is concealed in the wall behind the toilet or in a base cabinet. During installation you must make sure that you can still have access to the cistern even if it is in the wall. This style of toilets makes it easy to clean your bathroom.
4 Low Level and High Level Toilets
Low level toilets are perfect if you want to have a traditional style in your bathroom. These toilets have a cistern that is fitted at a low level on the wall the cistern is t connected to the pan by a chrome flush pipe. Low level toilets are operated by a lever flush system. These toilets must be fitted to a solid wall or a reinforced wall.
High level toilets are also for those that want a traditional look in their bathrooms. These toilets have a cistern that is fitted at a high level on the wall the cistern is then connected to the pan by a chrome flush pipe. High level toilets are operated by a long chain pull flush system. These toilets must be fitted in the same way as low level toilets.
5 Outlet and Inlet Positions
There are a few options to choose from when it comes to outlet positions. Some toilets come with S-Trap outlet where the outlet is directed towards the floor. Some have P-Trap outlets where the outlets is directed towards the wall. Skew toilets are specifically designed for installation in situations that the waste outlet is on the left / right hand side of the toilet.
Concerning water inlet positions you can have a back inlet that is hidden inside the cistern and provides a sleek and clean look. Bottom Inlet: side (left or right) of the toilet pan.
At Renovation D we have a wide range of toilets for you to choose from. Visit our website today and view our full catalogues.