Toilet Types: Choose Wisely
The biggest mistake you can make when it comes to toilets is thinking that a toilet is a toilet. You might only be familiar with the run of the mill, standard toilet; but we assure you there’s far more to take into consideration when buying. First off, the space you have in which to fit the toilet needs to be addressed and preferably measured. Once this has been done, you have guidelines to work with when searching for a toilet. You can immediately eliminate all toilets that are larger than the area specified and from there you can begin to refine your search of those that meet your criteria. At this point you may want to consider the different types on offer; close coupled, back-to-wall, wall-hung and toilets with a WC unit. All of these boast individual benefits that should be researched and taken into account prior to purchase and installation. Make an informed choice to get the best toilet for your bathroom.
Styling: Curvaceous Or Linear?
Toilet styling is not usually as varied as other bathroom items, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t make a big difference. Whilst you can get traditional and contemporary styled toilets, it makes sense sometimes to judge them based on the compatibility with the rest of your bathroom. For example, if your bath, shower and washbasin are designed around flowing curves; coupling that with a linear straight-edged toilet will likely cause a clash in styling. Therefore it’s wise to play to your bathroom’s strengths and stay uniform with design and styling where possible. With a wide range of various toilets on offer, Plumbworld makes it as simple as possible to get the toilet your bathroom needs.
Due to clever design etiquette and innovation, our large range of toilets offer a fantastic compatibility with pan connectors. Rather than struggling to connect the pan to the pipe, the range of toilets from Plumbworld ensures adequate space to make this a non-issue. The design extends as far as many of the seats which now include soft close features and protective finishes to ensure a long lasting, resilient seat.
As house bills continue to increase in quarterly costs, people are doing everything they can to make their home more efficient. Plumbworld has also realised the need for efficiency within the house and especially in the bathroom where a lot of water is wasted. That’s why the majority of toilets in the range come with a dual flush system that gives the user the option of which flush to use for a suitable purpose. Most often the system incorporates two buttons to separate a 3-litre flush and a 6-litre flush. One is obviously designed for liquid waste and the other is used for solid waste. This has been proved to cut water usage by up to 65% in the average household. This is just one of the ways in which Plumbworld are striving to make bathrooms as efficient as possible.