A Simple Guide to Choosing a Toilet for Your Bathroom

By
Industry Observer with RenovationFind

While a beautiful tub and shower are important in the bathroom, the toilet is the centerpiece of this part of your home.

 

If you're confused about choosing a toilet for your space, you're not alone. Read on for some tips to help you determine how to choose the best toilet that will work best for your needs for a perfect remodel.

 

Start with Seat Height


A standard toilet is approximately 15 inches tall from the floor to the top of the toilet seat. Taller toilets are becoming a more popular choice since they're easier to sit down on and stand up from.

 

Comfort-height toilets are between 17 and 19 inches tall and tend to be much more appealing in modern bathrooms. This option is ideal if you have an elderly person living in your home, and they're also ADA Compliant.

 

Think About Bowl Shape When Choosing a Toilet


As you plan your bathroom renovation in Regina, consider the shape of the toilet bowl, too. Toilets come in two basic shapes: round and elongated.

 

Round toilet bowls tend to cost less and they also take up less space - approximately two inches less than an elongated bowl. However, elongated toilets look more visually appealing and tend to be more supportive and comfortable, too.

 

Don't Forget Water Usage


There are all kinds of toilets to choose from, but it's important to keep water usage in mind when you make a decision. Your toilet uses around 27-percent of the water you use every month, so choose wisely.

 

Older toilets typically use between three to seven gallons per flush, but today's toilets cannot use more than 1.6 gallons per flush by law. Keep an eye out for toilets that bear the WaterSense label, since these use around 20-percent less water than the maximum allowed.

 

Features and Installation


Buying a toilet seems simple enough, but there are lots of different manufacturers and models to choose from. Whatever you decide, it's vital that your new toilet is properly set and installed to ensure that it doesn't leak. The bowl, tank, and all connections must be secured tightly together while the valve and flapper must be working correctly to keep your toilet running smoothly.

 

New toilets have all kinds of unique features like special connections that fit the tank to the bowl perfectly for easy installation. Others include self-cleaning features that make it much easier for you to keep your new toilet clean. Look for the latest designs and styles to find the right option for your new bathroom.

 

Flush Your Worries with a New Toilet


From the bowl shape to its water-efficient design, choosing a toilet is easy once you know where to begin. Explore the range of toilets available to find the perfect option for your bathroom renovation.

 

When you're ready to create the bathroom of your dreams, be sure to contact us today so we can help make your transformation complete. 

 

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Comments (2)

John Pusa
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Crest - Glendale, CA
Your All Time Realtor With Exceptional Service

This is very good report about simple guide choosing a toilet for a bathroom.

May 01, 2021 04:16 PM
Debe Maxwell, CRS
www.iCharlotteHomes.com | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | (704) 491-3310 - Charlotte, NC
The right Charlotte REALTOR!

Great information for choosing the right toilet. Thanks for sharing!

May 02, 2021 03:54 PM