$179.00 - $687.00
For all the home renovators, the toilet suites including back to wall toilets or wall faced toilets and close coupled toilets are the most important item when they make a renovation plan, not just because toilet suites are most complicated item in your bathroom, meaning that you need to know some basics of toilets before purchase, but primarily because the toilets can affect the overall look and performance of your bathroom. According to our several years' experience, many customers pick a toilet only based on the appearance or price. A quality toilet can ensure that there is no leaking water from its body or cistern, no bad smell coming from the underground, no much noise from water flushing, and no much waste on the water, etc. All the above considerations are the main concerns from our mature customers. However, choosing a suitable toilet suite can make people feel more comfortable to enjoy their private time.
Four good tips for how to choose a suitable toilet
Checking out with your local plumbers
Have you already figure out the best place to install your toilet? We will say congratulations to you if you plan to renovate your bathroom from scratch. If not, please get advise from professionals because changing plumbing will incur extra cost. Even the majority of you have not known about this at all. This extra cost is invisible and triggered by the lack of basic plumbing knowledge.
Measuring the set-out distance
The set-out distance means the distance from the wall or the surface of wall tiles to the center of the waste outlet for S-trap, and the floor to the outlet for a P-trap. Most times, you can see the type of your existing toilets physically. If you are unsure about this, checking out with your plumbers to get the right direction for purchase. Do not save time to do the investigation, because you could lose more time and money. No one would like to take a toilet to exchange several times.
Determining the type of toilet pans
This is a very important step because it directly affect the overall look of your bathrooms. Back to wall toilets or wall faced toilets are the most popular ones in the Australian markets. Just like its literal meaning, back to wall toilets do not leave any space behind the toilet body which give house owners so much convenience from the cleaning perspective. Also most of back to wall toilets have the latest modern design which can help you enhance the appearance of your bathroom. On the other hand, close coupled toilets or traditional toilets do not have attach to wall features. They are more often used to change the existing toilets, not for a full-scale renovation.
Inspecting water efficiency rate
All the toilets we are selling meets Australian Standard Watermark. The rating system measures the amount of water per flush which has 3 or 4 star rating commonly. A 3 star rating uses 6 liters for a full flush and 3 liters for a half flush. While a 4 star rating uses 4.5 liters for a full flush and 3 liter for a half flush. When shopping online with E-RENOVATION, you may use our detailed product description to guide your purchase.