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How Thick is LVP Flooring: Your Ultimate Guide to Luxury Vinyl Plank

Browse any LVP flooring selection, and you'll see different thicknesses. The natural question is: Does it really matter how thick my LVP floors are? Turns...

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Mastering the Art of LVP Flooring Maintenance

How To Clean LVP Flooring Efficiently

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The Bathroom Remodel Process

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How to Demolish a Bathroom for Renovation

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How To Renovate a Bathroom

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Toilets in Australia

Bathroom Toilets

Your choice of toilet has a profound effect on the aesthetics and function of your bathroom, despite being a necessity in every home. With a vast selection of classical and contemporary styles, handy features such as soft-closing lids, and a great flushing function, Amber makes shopping for this necessity a pleasure.

Featured Bathroom Toilets

Bathroom Toilets FAQ's

  • Which toilet is best for home use?

    Some of the factors that you need to consider in order to select the most suitable bathroom for your home include the following:

    1. You may compare flush ratings online

    Because you'll be using your toilet for at least ten years, it's worth investing ten minutes in research before you make the purchase. By inputting “toilet testing” into a search engine, you may compare independent test results of "flushing performance" across manufacturers and individual toilet models.

    1. Look into subsidies for high-efficiency models.

    A toilet accounts for one-third of your household's water use. The EPA awards the WaterSense designation to high-efficiency toilets (HET) that utilise 1.28 gallons or less. These may save up to 4,000 gallons of water per person each year, and some water providers will give you a refund if you install one (check with yours). However, before you buy, look at independent test findings.

    1. Consider a Wall-Hung Toilet for Easier Cleaning.

    One-piece toilets are easier to clean because they don't have as many nooks and crannies. However, they cost more and can be harder to install than a two-piece unit because the toilet bowl and tank are combined into one piece. Consider a wall-mounted toilet if you're going for a contemporary look and want genuinely easy cleaning.

    1. Calculate the rough-in

    The distance between the wall and the centre of the flange bolts that hold the toilet in place will limit your toilet options. The normal size is twelve inches. However, 10-inch and 14-inch variants are also available. Unless you're renovating considerably, get a toilet with the same rough-in as your present toilet to make installation easier. Take into consideration the thickness of your baseboard as well.

  • Can I order a toilet online?

    You can order your toilet online through our website, and it will be delivered to you in a timely and convenient manner. We do encourage you to visit a Amber showroom first and see the range in person. 

  • Are tall or short toilets better?

    Generally, your toilet should allow you to sit and stand comfortably and lay your feet flat on the ground while seated. Toilets usually come in comfort height, regular height and extra tall variants. Your choice will be determined by numerous aspects.

    Standard-height toilets

    Toilets with standard height are 16 inches tall or less, measured from the floor to the seat. This height may be simpler to use than higher toilets for those who are 5 feet 4 inches or less.

    Small children may also benefit more from using a standard toilet suite. When children use toilets that are overly tall, their feet usually hang, and this may cause poor blood circulation, which leads to leg discomfort and foot numbness.

    Standard height toilets may be beneficial for people who have constipation. The best position for bowel evacuation is to squat with the hips below the knees, which is easier to do with a toilet that is closer to the ground.

    Comfort Height toilets

    Comfort height toilets are toilets better suited to those that have mobility difficulties. These toilets are 830mm high from floor to seat and satisfy Australian standards. These toilets are often a better fit for taller folks, elderly adults, and anybody who has difficulty standing from a squat.

    Although compliance is intended for persons with impairments, this does not imply that everyone with a disability must utilise a comfort height toilet. Some individuals may find that a standard-height toilet is more suitable for their needs. In many instances, the optimal course of action is to try on many sizes to decide which feels most comfortable.

  • What is better? A 1-piece or 2-piece toilet?

    A two-piece toilet system includes a separate bowl and tank, whereas a one-piece toilet consists of a single unit. There are more distinctions as well. One-piece toilets are often heavier, simpler to clean and provide less place for bacteria to thrive. Because two-piece toilets have a detachable tank and toilet bowl, they are more adaptable to individual style and height preferences.

    Both types may incorporate features like bidet attachments or low-flow energy efficiency. Additionally, both can be shaped in the typical styles, which are slightly elongated and round.

    Pros and Cons

    One piece toilets

    Pros: Superior durability; Easier maintenance; A more elegant appearance.

    Cons: More costly; Heavier.

    Dual flush toilets

    Pros: Less costly; more look/height possibilities.

    Cons: Less durable (more prone to breakdown); More complicated installation; Greater possibility of leaking; Lower quality appearance.

  • What is a comfortable height toilet?

    The comfort height toilet is equivalent in height to a normal chair. With a height of about 830mm, and about 440mm from the floor to the toilet seat, this style of toilet is ideal for the elderly or taller people.

  • Questions About Bathroom Toilets?

    If you have any queries on selecting the best toilets for sale for your home, contact us today.
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