When it comes to choosing a new toilet, don't assume that they're all alike. Modern toilets are designed with features intended to make your life easier. In fact, there is something for everyone when it comes to toilet features. Here are just a few of the design differences that you might want to take in to consideration when choosing the toilet for your bathroom.
If you have a difficult time sitting down or standing up to use the toilet, you might want to consider installing a toilet with an elevated height. These toilets are several inches taller than the standard toilet, which makes it easier to raise and lower yourself when using the toilet. This is particularly beneficial if you have arthritis or bad knees.
Ease of Cleaning
If you're tired of cleaning in those little nooks and crannies around the inside of the toilet bowl, a one-piece bowl may be just what you're looking for. One-piece toilet bowls have a smooth surface that makes it easier to keep them clean.
To make your new toilet even easier to keep clean, you can add a toilet seat that you can remove without using any tools. You'll never have to fight to keep the back of your toilet clean again.
If low-flow features have you double-flushing every time you use the toilet, the power flushing feature may be just what you're looking for. Power flushing incorporates water pressure and compressed air to force the water into the bowl, which makes the flush much more forceful without using additional water.
If you're concerned about water-usage, you might be concerned about wasting water just to flush urine down the toilet. Dual-lever flushing takes care of that problem. With dual-lever flushing, you press separate levers when flushing urine or solid waste. Each lever uses a different amount of water. For instance, when flushing urine, only a small amount of water is used.
If you live in an area that is extremely humid, you've probably noticed moisture build-up on the outside of your toilet bowl. That moisture could be inviting mold and bacteria growth in your bathrooms. Insulated toilet tanks can alleviate that problem. The tank insulation keeps moisture from building up on the outside of your toilet.
Now that it's time to choose a new toilet for your home, make sure you choose the one that will work best for you. This list of design features will help you weed through all the differences. A plumber can help you choose and install the perfect toilet.Share
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