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Want to add a new bathroom in an existing space such as a basement or garage? Need to do extensive renovations in an existing bathroom which will require a new toilet? If so, you need a toilet installation professional who is familiar with the process. Homeowners don’t have to struggle with this task themselves, because there are plenty of experienced contractors who can do the job easily and affordably.

Reasons to Consider Toilet Installation

Even if your old toilet is in fairly good condition, you may still want to consider having a new one installed. There are a number of benefits to doing so including:

  • Improved aesthetics - newer toilets will match new suites and decorations better
  • More comfortable design - different toilets have different shapes, suiting various body types
  • Efficiency - new types of toilets are more efficient in operation and can be fitted throughout the house

Types of Toilets to Choose From

Most toilets use gravity to facilitate waste removal from the bowl, but there are a few on the market that use vacuum power instead. Some are designed to use less water than others and are called low-flow toilets. There are also toilets with a dual flush system so that users can decide if they would like to use a full tank or half tank of water. In addition to those that flush with water, several other types are also available including:

  1. Composting toilets
  2. Incinerating toilets
  3. Pit toilets
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Specialty toilets

Toilets are also designed for people with special needs. For example, there are toilets intended especially for people who are in wheelchairs. These require enough space in front of them so that a wheelchair can be maneuvered. They are also unique in that they sit somewhat higher than other toilets do so that individuals can easily scoot onto them from their wheelchair.

Bidets are another type of specialty toilet, and these units are popular with elderly homeowners who have limited mobility. Bidets can be self-contained units or attachments that adhere to existing toilets.

Unique Concerns

Some unique situations require special consideration when performing toilet installation. For example, when toilets are being installed in a basement, care must be taken to ensure they flush upward. Some people may want to have a toilet installed in a garage or workshop, and this could involve drilling through concrete floors in order to make room for pipes to be put in place. The water supply to the entire house may need to be shut off for a period of time depending on the location where the installation is taking place.

Choosing Toilet Installation

When trying to decide on the right toilet installation contractor, there are a number of things to consider. A few of the factors that can play a role in this decision include:

  • How familiar the contractor is with the type of toilet you’ve chosen
  • Whether the contractor is a certified plumber
  • If the installation crew is willing to haul off debris
  • Whether the crew is insured against damages
  • Ability to complete the job in a timely manner

Reasons to Hire a Professional

While many people feel it will be easy to attempt toilet installation themselves, this is not always the case. Many homeowners have attempted this project only to find out they were unable to complete it, thereby creating a great deal of inconvenience for their families. Other reasons to consider hiring professionals on our network include:

  1. No need to worry about the mess
  2. Can be sure all plumbing code requirements are met
  3. Minimize downtime

Installing a toilet doesn’t have to be expensive. There are plenty of contractors who will take care of this task quickly and affordably while also guaranteeing the quality of the work they perform. Don’t struggle with installation yourself when help is readily available for you.

Your toilet installation questions answered

Why get a newer toilet?

Even if an older toilet works fine, it may be a good idea to replace it with a newer model, as newer toilets use less water per flush to decrease water-related costs.

Is using less water the best option?

Although saving water is an important consideration, toilets that consume too little water often have a mediocre flush and low water pressure. The by-law-standard is between 4.55 and 7.27 litres per flush.

How long does toilet installation take?

Only a few minutes, so the process should not disrupt your daily routine at all.

Will I notice a difference in my water bill after installing a new toilet?

Most likely, especially if the old toilet leaked or ran continuously. You'll also notice a tremendous savings if you install a low-flow toilet.

How can I tell if my toilet has been installed correctly?

Your toilet should be securely fastened to the flange, and should not slide or wobble. You should also verify that it is completely leak free by flushing it several times and checking for drips.

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