The Toilet should be a key consideration in any bathroom project, based on the style you want to achieve and the installation preferences and needs. The main toilet configurations are close coupled, Back-to wall, Wall hung and Low / High level. Most toilet bowls have a horizontal outlet for connection to the soil pipe, and different connectors can be used to connect to most soil pipe locations and configurations. They need a cistern, which holds the water and mechanisms needed for flushing. The type would depend on whether a close coupled or BTW / Wall hung installation.
Close Coupled Toilets
A ceramic close coupled toilet bowl and cistern in combination. The cistern is attached to the back of the toilet, behind the seat. The most popular flush mechanism is operated by a push button...
Back To Wall Toilets
A toilet bowl that is fitted with the back to the wall where the cistern and pipework is concealed in furniture or behind a partition wall.This can be an effective and efficient use of space in a...
Low / High Level Toilets
The cistern is mounted on the wall at low level with the operating lever at hand height (or push button on top of the cistern) or a toilet pan installed in conjunction with a cistern fitted on...
Wall Hung Toilets
Toilet bowls which are mounted on the wall by concealed hangers with the cistern and pipework concealed behind furniture or a false wall. They can also be used on an in-wall frame system....
Seats for toilet bowls. Many ranges have toilet seat options which are available with a soft close function that close slowly and quietly when put down. Seats normally come with covers but ring...
Flush Plates and Buttons
Flush plates and flush buttons are the only visible part of the concealed cistern installation once fitted in a washroom or bathroom. For maintenance remove the flush plate - through this opening...
The ceramic or plastic tank which contains the water which flushes the toilet. The cistern may be close coupled, concealed, low level or high level. Close coupled ceramic cisterns sit on top of...
Connectors and Flushpipes
Connectors are fitted to the back of the toilet and joined to the waste pipe. There are different configurations depending on the installation requirements.