Toilets / Bidets
Boring unfashionable toilets are out, in with the new classy and stylish low-flow toilets. When you’re trying to decide on a toilet model, one thing that you may want to consider is how you are going to clean it. Since your design choices range from the more traditional two-piece models right up to the sleek modern low profile floor or wall mounted models, you should look into how the unbroken lines of a one-piece toilet makes clean up a lot easier. Basically less curves and fewer parts make cleanup a breeze.
Comfort should also be taken into consideration when purchasing a toilet. While most conventional toilets are around sixteen inches high a vertically higher toilet is much more comfortable for tall people and individuals that are older or people with disabilities because they don’t have to go down as far.
Low flow toilets are not only more visually appealing because of their contemporary design but will save you a bundle on your hydro bill through reduced water consumption.
Bidets are slowly gaining popularity in North America as people begin to realize the benefits of these quaint little water fountains that clean your posterior with a jet of well aimed water. You can get a separate bidet that you would install beside your toilet or you can purchase a combination toilet/bidet unit. These can range from units you can attach to your toilet rim, bidets incorporated into a one piece toilet seat or a fully integrated toilet/bidet unit that has all the bells and whistles from heated seats and heated water spray to hydraulic slow-close toilet seats.