There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on personal preferences. Some people find push button toilets more convenient as they don't have to handle a lever, while others prefer lever toilets as they can be flushed without having to touch the bowl. Ultimately, it is up to the individual to decide which type of toilet is best for them.
There are toilets that don't get clogged, but they are not common. Most toilets will eventually get clogged, but there are ways to reduce the chances of this happening. For example, don't flush anything other than human waste and toilet paper down the toilet. Also, don't put too much toilet paper in the toilet at once. If you follow these tips, your toilet should stay unclogged for a longer period of time.
You can replace a two-piece toilet with a one-piece toilet, but you will need to make sure that the new toilet will fit in the space that the old toilet occupied. You will also need to make sure that the new toilet has the same rough-in dimensions as the old toilet.
Newly designed to provide space savings similar to a round bowl without compromising the comfort of an elongated shape
DYNAMAX TORNADO FLUSH utilizes 360 degree cleaning power to reach every part of the bowl
Newly enhanced design
CEFIONTECT ceramic glaze prevents debris and mold from adhering to ceramic surfaces
Seat Not Included- Must purchase separately
rapid shipment Excellent packaging in two distinct boxes. After unboxing, it was installed without a hitch and was probably flushing in 30 minutes. I was impressed by the flush's strength and quietness. I haven't been able to shut this thing down yet, but after Thanksgiving dinner, I'll be in a better position to judge. Purchased the toilet since the old one, which was 20 years old, would occasionally just circle and never flush paper. I used vinegar, CLR, and muratic acid to clean; nonetheless, there was little to no change. Before installing a new toilet, I was hoping it wasn't a plumbing or vent issue. However, it turned out that my issue was simply a poor builder grade toilet. Trust me, it's worth the money, and I'll buy another for an upgrade to the master bathroom!
29-1/2" (74.9cm) x 18" (45.7cm) x 31-1/4â€ (79.4cm)
Comfort Height Elongated Toilet bowl - With a seat height comparable to that of a standard chair, Comfort Height toilets make sitting down and standing up easier for people of all ages
Class Five(R) - provides tremendous bulk waste flushing performance and best-in-class bowl cleanliness
3-bolt Installation - Three pre-installed tank bolts save installation time
The best bathroom I've ever used is this one. It might sound funny to say, but it's true. It flushes directly down the toilet. No circling back and forth. It simply moves and quickly fills. I'll acquire another one for the guest bathroom. Sincerely, this toilet performs its function and uses significantly less water than the standard toilet, which saves me money.
High-profile two-piece elongated bowl and tank set
Fast Flush with wide 3-Inch flush valve.Bowl Height without Seat:14.625 inch
E-Max 1.28 GPF flushing system creates a powerful flush
SoftClose Seat sold separatley
WaterSense , CALGreen, and CEC compliant
I've long been a supporter of Toto toilets. We have four toilets in our 1985-built home. When we bought the house, just one of the toilets had been replaced. It was changed out for a Toto. Because it was the most reliable and trouble-free, we frequently used that toilet. About 4 years ago, I replaced 2 toilets with Totos, and this year, of course, I replaced the final one. Sadly, each of the three replacement toilets required a new toilet attachment flange. I delegated the replacement of the flanges to a specialist. I finished changing out the toilets.Regarding replacement, I was dissatisfied that the Toto did not include a wax ring or the bolts that link the toilet to the floor. I advise Toto to think about including these 2 things with their toilets. Other than that worry, the installation went without a hitch. The tank's alignment to the base was simple to complete and produced outstanding results.I anticipate that this TOTO will remain attractive and functional for a very long time. Even though my original TOTO is at least ten years old, I recently replaced the flapper and flush assembly.
Fast Flush: Wide 3-Inch flush valve is 125-Percent larger than conventional 2-Inch flush valves
Item may ship in more than one box and may arrive separately
G-Max Flushing System: Quiet, powerful, commercial grade flushing performance
Contemporary, high profile design
Wider, 2-1/8-Inch computer designed, fully glazed trap way
Large water surface
DOES NOT INCLUDE TOILET SEAT
With these new TOTO CST744S toilets, I swapped out two older American Standard toilet models.With just 1.6 liters of water, they offer an amazing flushing capacity.In roughly 1 1/2 hours, I changed each one. The elongated seats must be ordered because they do not include a seat. A new strengthened wax ring must be purchased from a hardware store as well. As the flange will be too low for a proper seal in a tiled bathroom, you could require two rings. One wax ring will be plenty if all you have is a vinyl floor as long as the flange ring is close to flush with the floor. Make sure you are aware of your toilet's rough in, or the distance from your wall to the screws holding the toilet base in place. Because accuracy is not required, it is referred to as "rough in". Standard rough-in sizes are 12" and 14", respectively. Each toilet has a unique rough-in. You will be happy with these TOTOs if you purchase them. I hope that the DIYer found this review to be useful.Joe (Claremont,Ca) (Claremont,Ca.)
Water Surface: 10-3/8 Inch x 8-1/4 Inch, Trap Diameter: 2-1/8 Inch, Trap Seal: 2-3/8 Inch, Warranty: One Year Limited Warranty
Chrome trip lever, ADA compliant, in. Water Pressure: 8 psi (static)
Universal Height, Two-piece design with high-profile tank
Item may ship in more than one box and may arrive separately
12" Rough-in, less supply, Water Use: 1.6 GPF/6.0LPF, Material: Vitreous china
12" Rough-In, G-Max Flushing System
G-Max flushing system, low consumption (1.6GPF/6.0LPF), Elongated front bowl and tank set, less seat
This TOTO CST744SL#03 Drake Elongated Hdcp Bowl and Tank, Bone is the best toilet I have ever purchased, as the review's title suggests. I'm talking about the toilets my parents had when I was a kid. The same thing is said by my wife.We live in a modestly sized home with two and a half bathrooms. Three American Standard Plebe toilets of the builders' grade were included when we purchased the home new in 1992.We had nothing but problems with such toilets over a long period of time, and we even had to repair the complete mechanism three times.We finally opted to purchase new toilets in 2014 since we had "had it" with these units.My wife and I both did a lot of research before deciding on this one.Naturally, we were going to get them from our plumber, but we discovered that Amazon had a better pricing per toilet by $100.00. (and he said he would sell the toilets to us at his cost).So, on May 1, 2014, despite our reservations, we placed an order for them on Amazon.com. Even though we have occasionally had to provide guests with usage instructions ["Toilet Seat 101! "], the TOTO SS114#03 Transitional SoftClose Elongated Toilet Seat, Bone is the nicest toilet seat we have ever purchased.The toilets were packaged in two sections each and were delivered in separate boxes two days later through UPS. All of the boxes were kindly put in our foyer by the UPS man.In addition to the reasonable pricing, we also got free shipping because we are Prime members!The following day, our plumber installed them for us, only charged us his installation cost (which was very reasonable).Because I wanted to be sure that the quality of these toilets was not an accident and that they would endure a long time, I put off writing this evaluation for three years.They do.I bought three Korky 2021BP G-Max Flapper For TOTO Toilet Repairs, 3-Inch last year, just in case, but I haven't had to use them yet. (I did install one as soon as I got them to make sure they fit, and they do.)I can't recommend this toilet (or the seats we bought) enough, in our opinion. They are cozy, quiet, and simple to clean, and thus far they haven't clogged at all!They simply work.What more could you possibly want?Naturally, I heartily endorse them, and I also urge you to at least think about purchasing them from Amazon. As I previously stated, we were a little hesitant to buy something like this online, but in the end, the transaction went as smoothly and superbly as it possibly could. The free Prime shipping was "icing on the cake" and Amazon did a good job of packaging the toilets. If we ever needed toilets, we would get them from Amazon (not that we anticipate needing any new ones in the near future!).I appreciate you reading my review and giving my viewpoints some thought.Leigh H. Bulk
SoftClose toilet seat sold separately
High-profile two-piece elongated bowl and tank set
E-Max 1.28 GPF flushing system, creates a powerful flush
ADA, WaterSense, CALGreen, and CEC compliant
Left-hand chrome trip lever
For our second full guest bathroom, we are purchasing a second TOTO Drake after a year. This device effectively completes its intended task. I have to scoot forward about an inch because I am 5'4", which is the typical height for an adult female in the US, before my feet can fully touch the ground. The grandchildren can wash their hands by stepping up onto the sturdy step stool I purchased because we also have a pedal sink (with parental oversight as they are all under 2). When potty training his son, my son told me that he would use the step stool from the sink. It's ideal, he remarked. Due of their less flexible knees, my parents also use this, along with a step stool if necessary (some days are better than others.) No flushes have backed up in all this time or at the several gatherings over the past year (ten or more persons).New Post:Simply put, one of our old toilets had poor architectural design and wasn't made by the same business as the others in this property. Why does that matter? It indicates that despite the bowl having very little content in it, it kept getting clogged because of the way it tried to empty the bowl. I was over it.Our current plumber has been resolving a variety of issues with the house. I once invited him over to snake this particular toilet for the third time. Not any of the rest of our restrooms, only this one. After I demonstrated the poor engineering of this particular toilet, he assured me that he knew just the ones to suggest and would return with details so I could make my choice. He guided me over each's advantages and disadvantages. The TOTO absolutely satisfies our requirements.It flushes so silently and is cleverly designed that it utilizes the least amount of water to quickly empty and refill the bowl. In terms of restrooms, it is quiet. It doesn't come with the seat, but I bought the better seat on Amazon with the money I saved. With just a slight press on the seat's rim, the seat automatically closes. If you wish to see how the seat closes in action, there are YouTube videos available.On the whole, you'd imagine you'd need a lot more force to empty the bowl on those few instances when you swear it would back up, but every time, this toilet manages it without any issues. Well worth the money!
Decorative left-hand Chrome Trip lever
Cefiontect glaze gives the bowl a lubricious quality that prevents particles from adhering
Modern and classic style, two-piece Elongated bowl and tank set
1.28 gallons per flush with Tornado flush system for a powerful centrifugal rinse
ADA, WaterSense, CALGreen, and CEC compliant
In essence, this toilet is a luxurious Drake II. I spent a little more money because I wanted a more elaborate toilet to go with my first-ever house renovation.It receives five perfect stars. After one flush, you go on (after washing your hands of course). The CeFiONtect glaze, which had a better name under "Sanagloss," definitely keeps the bowl spotless for a lot longer than a conventional bowl; perhaps there was a branding issue.This is my second Toto; the first was a cost-effective Entrada that flushes superior to any other basic water-saving toilet I've previously been forced to use. Toto pioneered the field and established a completely new benchmark for their rivals (*cough* American Standard) to follow. I can promise you that I'm not getting paid to say this; it really is that good. I just have this strange fascination with toilets, and I did extensive study before deciding this.The tank hardware's simplicity appeals to me. AS has a toilet with a complicated two flap system and a comparable flush design. I turned around as soon as I saw the tank's interior and left right away. They probably wanted to avoid violating any patents, but whatever. They are what I would describe as a "has-been" business that lacks innovation and relies solely on the goodwill of their existing customer base. Accuse me of bias. My neighborhood is rapidly expanding, and most of the more recent malls and rest areas I've seen are outfitted with Toto bowls with flushometer valves, including most recently my place of employment.Please convey my gratitude to Toto's brilliant engineers and builders.
31" H x 18-1/2" W x 32-1/2" Projection
Round Dual Flush Corner Bathroom Toilet
installed in corner, 12" Rough-In
Does NOT come with floor bolts or bolt covers
White Grade A Vitreous China Scratch and stain proof finish
This toilet has a top dual push button that I really enjoy because it saves a lot of water. I particularly appreciate the chic style, which complements my cottage nicely. However, the seat and seat cover were cheap and made of plastic, and they did not properly fit the toilet or the user, so I quickly replaced them with new ones that I bought at Home Depot.
29 to 1/2 inches (74.9 centimeter) x 18 (45.7 centimeter) x 31 to 1/4? (79.4 centimeter); Seat post hole centers:5.5 inch
12 inches rough in
Comfort Height Elongated Toilet bowl with a seat height comparable to that of a standard chair, Comfort Height toilets make sitting down and standing up easier for people of all ages
3 bolt Installation three pre installed tank bolts save installation time; For back to back toilet installations: Use only a 45 degree double wye fitting
Class Five(R) provides tremendous bulk waste flushing performance and best in class bowl cleanliness
I adore everything about the Kohler Comfort Height Toilet, especially how well it flushes with such little water. I'm thinking of replacing my home's additional three toilets. One peculiar behavior was present when flushed. In the front portion of the toilet base, just under the rim, there is a little port hole. Whether the seat is down or not, it sprays water onto the wall along the right side of the tank. It took some time to find this oddity because the amount was so small and it was located between the tank and the wall (approximately 6"). The hole was finally caulked. Could this be the result of a little hole that was cast incorrectly? What purpose does this hole serve? This might be a problem with Kohler's production.I'm grateful.
12" (305mm) rough
Combination bowl and tank, less seat
Pressure-assisted siphon jet flush action
Before purchasing this, I called Standard. They said that commercial toilets are frequently installed in homes. So I bought this one. In 20 minutes, we had it installed and the old one removed. It burbles like a rocket launching. The concern over objects becoming stuck in the toilet is gone. On a city water main, this was put in a home. At around 60 psi pressure, it operates. At least 25 psi are required for the toilet to function.When removing an old toilet, turn off the water, flush it, and then use a sponge to remove any leftover water. There is no need to remove the tank's top. Simply remove the nuts from the bolts and lift the entire assembly out. The bolts should be spaced six inches apart. I discovered that the bolt holes on this toilet are spaced six inches apart by looking at the specifications. That is typical for both businesses and homes. From the center of your toilet's mainline to the sewer, you'll need 11 inches of wall space. Although the specifications state 12 inches, there will still be a 2 inch gap between the tank and the wall. Given the extra room and my knowledge that kids sometimes act out occasionally in the bathroom, I wedged a piece of wood against the wall behind the tank to prevent it from wobbling.Edit: To connect this toilet to the floor drain hole, I used a wax ring measuring 3â€“4 inches. I puttied up the area around that. With this pressure-assisted toilet, using the regular wax ring works perfectly.I'm still ecstatic that I bought it because it hasn't clogged once while the regular, perfectly good toilet was clogging twice a week.
There is no definitive answer to this question as it depends on a number of factors, such as the quality of the toilet, the frequency of use, and the amount of water pressure in the home. However, some experts believe that dual-flush toilets may have more problems because they have two different flushing mechanisms that can sometimes malfunction. Additionally, the toilets require more water pressure to operate properly, which may not be available in all homes.
A dual flush toilet can last up to 30 years with proper maintenance.
There is no one answer to this question as it depends on a number of factors, such as the type of toilet you need, the size of your bathroom, and your budget. However, as a general rule of thumb, you can expect to spend anywhere from $100 to $1,000 on a toilet.
How often should toilet be replaced? This is a difficult question to answer because it depends on a number of factors, such as how often the toilet is used, how well it is maintained, and the quality of the materials it is made from. Generally speaking, however, a toilet should be replaced every 10-15 years.
Most toilets will last for many years, but eventually they will need to be replaced. There are a few signs that it may be time for a new toilet, such as leaks, cracks, or repeated clogs. If your toilet is more than a few decades old, it may be time for an upgrade. You may also want to consider replacing your toilet if you are remodeling your bathroom.
A dual flush toilet has two different settings for flushing: one for liquid waste and one for solid waste. While this may save water in the long run, there are some cons to using a dual flush toilet. First, if the settings are not clearly marked, users may accidentally use the wrong setting and cause a clog. Second, the dual flush mechanism can be more expensive and difficult to repair than a single flush toilet. Finally, some users find that the dual flush toilet does not always flush completely, leaving waste behind.
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