Nearly 30% of an average home’s indoor water consumption comes from the toilet. Regulations
now limit toilets to no more than 1.6 gallons of water per flush. By replacing toilets installed
before 1994, you are providing your home with a more water efficient product.
When deciding on toilets for your home consider the space available in the bathroom. For smaller
baths or half baths a round bowl toilet would be recommended because of the possible space
constraints. If enough room is available an elongated toilet would be a great choice because
it is able to provide greater comfort.
Another aspect to consider is the appropriate height for your toilet. Standard sizes are 14
or 15-inches, but the 16 or 17-inch models (comfort height) are becoming increasingly popular.
Two piece toilets are the most common, they are generally economical and replacement pieces
are easy to find.
One piece toilets require a larger upfront investment. They are easier to clean and have a
sleek and stylish look.
Wall mount toilets cost more to purchase and install but are ideal for people transferring
from wheelchairs or walkers.
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