Toilet Unit

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The bathroom is one of the rooms in your home that gets the most traffic, and the toilet is one of its most important fixtures. You would not think that choosing a toilet is a difficult option when remodelling your bathroom, but you will be surprised by the variety of styles, types, forms, and sizes available. When selecting a toilet, there are numerous factors to take into account because you must think about both beauty and functionality.

Toilet unit designs

A toilet unit’s relatively straightforward design complements a variety of bathroom designs, but there are choices available to ensure that it exactly matches your taste.

White units, like the Eden, are always in demand because they provide your room a seamless, tidy finish and are simple to combine with most colours and design styles. As an alternative, you can get units with an oak or walnut wood effect finish. These are timeless, traditional, and exquisite finishing touches that give the space a cosy sense. If you want to create a bigger statement, paint your toilet unit a striking, dark colour. This will make it stand out and become more of a focal point in the space.

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Toilet units typically range in size from 220mm to 400mm deep, 500mm to 900mm broad, and 766mm to 1000mm tall. They are all roughly the same size, but it’s still a good idea to measure your room before choosing one. Make sure it is the appropriate size for the bathroom’s available space as well as the cistern and toilet pan you select. Before making a purchase, check out the “Dimensions and Specifications” tab to see all the measurements and specifications.

Zero construction

Utilizing a toilet unit has the additional advantage of hiding the cistern without the requirement for construction work or installing frames in the wall. Without one, you would need to construct a stud wall section if you wanted to install a wall-hung or back-to-wall toilet. The cistern is still hidden but accessible for repairs and maintenance in toilet units, which offer a much simpler alternative.

A relatively contemporary method of attaching the toilet pan to the wall for a floating impression is a concealed cistern. It gives the room a more open appearance and makes cleaning around the large cistern and plumbing easier because they are concealed behind the wall.

What happens, though, if you need to reach the cistern for a correction or repair because anything starts acting up? It’s become harder to know how and where to try and get behind those access panels as concealed cisterns have grown in popularity in recent years. This is especially true when you’re staring at a featureless tiled wall.

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A back-to-wall toilet: what is it?

When a back-to-wall toilet is installed, all of the plumbing and waste pipes can go directly into the supporting wall, hiding the toilet from view. For greater aesthetics and space savings, the cistern can be buried by a back-to-wall unit or within the wall itself. Excellent for those seeking a bathroom with a pleasing aesthetic.

A wall-hung toilet: what is it?

A wall-hung toilet is exactly what it sounds like—a toilet. In contrast to other toilets, it is supported off the ground by a load-bearing wall or a steel structure that can be used if the wall is insufficient. Excellent for those with possibly small restrooms.



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