Your bathroom toilet may or may not need replacing during a bath
remodel. Toilets are very durable, and usually inexpensive to repair.
If you are replacing a bathroom
floor, then of course, the toilet will need to be
taken up. If you are planning on keeping the existing unit, then just be sure to get a new wax ring and make sure
you get a good seal.
If your new floor is stone, you may need some extra cushioning
underneath to avoid rocking or movement of the toilet and breaking the new seal. Consult with your building
Do consider, that since this is a remodel it may be time to
replace this bathroom toilet. Most older toilets require more water for flushing. In a household with several
people that is a lot of flushes, and a lot of water...
A water saving toilet may pay for itself rather
The performance of the newer low flush toilets vary, and before
making a decision on a model, you may want to go to this bathroom toilet review website and
read the reviews for a comparison on how well different models and brands of toilets actually perform. This
review site is very helpful because it features comments by homeowners actually using these toilets
Besides low flush there are also dual flush toilets. There seems
to be a wide diversity in how well these new water saving toilets work. Toto, Kohler and American Standard toilets
seem to be among those homeowners are most impressed with.
Selecting a new toilet for your bath should not be a
mind racking project. The styling is either pretty basic or more contemporary looking models that don't have tanks.
You will probably decide on a contemporary look or a vintage look in your bathroom, so this should be
Color is pretty basic. White has been around for a long time and
will continue to be the standard. There are of course some color choices. If your other fixtures are going to be a
color, then you may want your toilet to match. Color will elevate the price.
One feature I favor in a bathroom toilet is a sleek base without crevices. Bathrooms need to be kept clean, I see no
need to make cleaning a toilet difficult.