One-Piece Toilets

Axent Intelligent Toilet Colin

Axent Intelligent Toilet Colin

The Colin intelligent toilet is equipped with rear and front bidet washing, a warm-air dryer, a deodorizer, an intuitive night-light, automated flushing, Easy Clean glaze antibacterial ...

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One Piece Toilets For Small Businesses And Homeowners

One-piece toilets are a great option for small and medium sized businesses and homeowners who do not want to replace their existing toilets with a new model. This will allow them to still have the same great performance as their current models, but at a fraction of the cost.

These systems are very easy to install. They are available in an array of designs, including porcelain or cast iron, and the parts are all interchangeable. This makes it easier for the user to customize the look of the unit to their needs.

There are so many benefits to this type of toilet. The most obvious is that it is economical and easy to use. Another is that they will last a long time and will be easy to maintain.

Most of these types of toilets are compatible with waterless, wet or dry plumbing systems, so if your business uses these systems there will be no problems getting your unit installed and running. They can also work with liquid chlorine systems, just like a conventional toilet.

In addition, these systems allow the user to make their own style statement. The vanity and knob can be customized to match the bathroom fixtures or features, the owner wants to add.

One-piece toilets also work well in older bathrooms, because they allow the plumbing to run around the wall, which makes it easier to control water flow. Older homes and buildings were built using different drainage systems, which usually require sewer pipes to run outside of the structure to the exterior of the home.

A traditional system would require the pipes to pass through the basement, since it would obstruct the plumbing system from being able to drain. This would cause the pipes to block up and clog, causing water to build up, which would ultimately cause sewage backups.One-piece toilets also make installation much easier. Because the base is located outside of the wall, they are easier to install than a conventional toilet.

Since the fittings and other parts are interchangeable, the cost to replace the unit can be cut significantly. When the unit is installed correctly, the user will not notice the installation.

Because of the ease with which the system is installed, the installation process is typically a few hours, when compared to the days it would take for the installation of a conventional system. This means less time spent on the floor or on the bathroom floor.

In summary, one-piece toilets can be used in any location and will last a long time, with minimal maintenance and with no plumbing issues. This will save the user time and money in the long run.

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