One-Piece Toilets vs. Two-Piece Toilets
One-piece toilets integrate tank and bowl into a seamless, space-saving design that is easy to clean. Some low-profile models can be installed under a vanity extension when space is at a premium. Because of their special design detail, most one-piece toilets ship with a complementary Quiet-Close™ toilet seat with Quick-Release functionality. Most toilet manufacturers such as American Standard and Toto offers the Quiet-Close™ option.
One-piece toilet as the name implies comes in one sweeping motion which is easier to install. Cleaning is a breeze as there is lesser cavities to deal with. The toilet seat is designed to close quietly and gently, saving wear and tear.
Two-piece toilets feature the traditional design of a separate tank and bowl. Two- and three-bolt installation systems provide a sturdy, level connection between the tank and bowl, making installation easy
The traditional two-piece toilet separates the tank from the bowl. Installation is relatively quick and simple. The choice between one and two-piece toilet comes down to price differential.
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Compact elongated one-piece toilet designs enable an elongated bowl to fit in a round-front space.
Elongated bowls provide added room and comfort for adults. American Standard offers many elongated toilets in various style.
Round-front bowls such as Fitzgerald from DXV by American Standard require less space and are good for small children. These are also referred to as “plain bowls”. When every inch of space is at a premium, round bowls would be an excellent substitute as it takes less space.
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The rough-in is the distance between the outlet pipe and the wall behind the toilet. Toilets are available in various sizes to fit different rough-ins, so choosing the right size is crucial. To find out the size of your toilet rough-in, simply measure the distance from the wall behind the toilet to the bolt caps of your current toilet. Do not include baseboards in your measurements. American Standard, DXV and Toto offer all of the rough in sizes, especially 12".
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Comfort height toilets, approximately 2 inches taller than traditional toilets, make sitting down and standing up easier Toilets that measure between 17 and 19 inches in height from the floor to the top of the seat are considered Comfort Height toilets, whereas traditional toilets measure below 17 inches in height. Many Comfort Height toilets are also ADA-compliant when installed per the applicable guidelines.
For users who require some assistance in sitting down and getting up, installing one similar to a chair with arm rests is an option worth considering. The chair is normally measure at 17 to 19 inches from ground level to the seat. Besides being more comfortable to the user, it provides some safety in up and down movement. American Standard toilets offers this option in a variety of their toilets.
Central to TOTO Total Design is taking into account people of all ages and abilities. Universal Height offers sinks and toilets at a more manageable height, making the bathroom more accessible and enjoyable for everyone. This simple design principle allows all people, from the beginning of their days through the rest of their lives, to completely enjoy their bathroom experience, regardless of age or ability.
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Touchless Flush Technology
Touchless technology allows you to flush your toilet by just placing your hand over the sensor, minimizing the spread of germs around the bathroom. Touchless flushing is available on select toilets, or you can convert certain other toilets to have a no-touch flushing toilet with the Touchless kit. Toto toilets in the Neocrest toilet range and DXV AT200 Smart toilet have this option.
For the home user who are easy susceptible to catching colds or flu during the cooler months, a touchless flush toilet is the answer to their dream. There are a number of companies which offer this technology or convert an existing non touchless to one that is touchless.
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Gallons Per Flush
From 1.6 to 0.6, our toilet offering features a range of gallons-per-flush options to meet your household’s needs. If you’re searching for a high-efficiency toilet to save water and reduce monthly water bills, we offer water-saving toilets in both gravity-fed and assisted-flush models.
The 1.6 to 0.6 toilet bowl offers a range of options on the water flow with each flush. Efficiency and at the same time reduced water usage is achieved by utilizing gravity fed and assisted flush models. American Standard toilets and Toto toilets are great toilet options.
Dual Flush uses a unique flush valve that achieves two distinct flushing functions. Usually its actuator offers a choice of 0.8 or 1.6 gallons per flush (gpf). Flush actuator actually consists of two separate valves. Most of Laufen toilets are available with dual flush system, and DXV toilets Lyndon and Seagram collections.
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With their concealed tanks and minimal footprints, wall-hung toilets offer some distinct advantages over standard toilets. They’re particularly suited to small bathrooms, since they save at least a foot of space compared.
In a tight milieu where a normal size toilet cannot be installed, a wall hung toilet is the best option. It's practical, functional and a space saver. There is less area to clean which means less maintenance.
DXV by American Standard has Seagram wall mount toilet, and Veli collection from Kohler are also available toilets as wall hung.
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