Re-Bath & Kitchens Toilets in Peoria, AZ
Bathroom Remodel Toilet Options
The toilet probably isn’t something you put at the top of your list when remodeling your bathroom, but it’s truly one of the most important pieces in the room. When a toilet isn’t working correctly, we notice. The right toilet is comfortable and functional. At Re-Bath & Kitchens, we’ll help you find the best toilet to match your home’s style in Peoria, AZ. There are many functions and unique things about a toilet that factor in choosing the best one.
One-Piece Toilet vs. Two-Piece Toilet
A two-piece toilet comes in two different pieces, including a separate tank and bowl. A one-piece toilet connects as just one piece. The one-piece toilet provides a sleek, modern look with a very heavy fit, while a two-piece toilet is standard with nooks and crannies. If you don’t want to clean as much, go with the one-piece toilet without the crevices.
The way a toilet flushes is a huge decision. Some of the most popular flushing types include:
- Gravity Flush Toilets – The most common type of flush, the gravity flush uses gravity to release water from the tank when you pull the flush level. The contents of the bowl go into the drain as the velocity of the water pushes it all through.
- Pressure Assisted Toilets – Pressure-assisted toilets have a compression tank and water tank that work together to provide more pressure to pull the water up and the waste down when flushed. This toilet offers a very powerful flush and helps conserve water.
- Dual-Flush Toilet – Dual-flush toilets give you the option of flushing based on how much water you need to use. You’ll save water without worrying about extra flushing or a clogged toilet.
- Tankless Toilet – Tankless toilets usually have a water line that attaches directly to the toilet bowl. It uses the least amount of space, so it’s perfect for a small bathroom.
Button vs. Lever Flushing
The way you flush your toilet is a fun choice for many people. You can use a traditional lever, or you can use the newer push buttons. If you’re looking to conserve water, a push-button toilet with a two-button option is your best choice. If you want to go classic, a lever is a perfect choice.
Shape Of The Bowl
The shape of the bowl means a lot to many people. A round toilet is a little smaller and fits great into tiny places. Elongated toilets have more of an oval shape. They’re a little bigger, and many people love their comfort.
A typical toilet is 17 inches tall. Some people love to go taller for a more comfortable resting space when doing their business. A 19-inch tall toilet seat is popular for people who don’t want to crouch too low to sit on the toilet.
How much water does your toilet use? If you want to conserve water, it’s essential to think about this choice. The measure of Gallons Per Flush (GPF), or flow rate, helps you understand the amount of water a toilet uses regularly. A standard toilet uses about 1.6 gallons of water per flush. High-efficiency toilets, dual-flush toilets, and pressure-assisted toilets provide a better approach to water conservation. WaterSense toilets help you save up to 60% of water per flush.
Choosing A Bidet
Some people love the choice of a bidet as their everyday toilet. The bidet is a very popular product from overseas that sprays water instead of using paper to wipe after doing your business. There are many different types and designs of bidets. They help lower the amount of toilet paper usage in a home and leave you feeling fresh.
Trust Re-Bath & Kitchens with Bathroom Remodel
Re-Bath & Kitchens has decades of experience remodeling bathrooms and making dreams come true. We help clients choose the best bathroom products for their needs. A toilet is one of the most essential parts of the bathroom. We want you to be happy with its style and design. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation.