Most of our toilets come with the mandatory components, including bolts, a gasket, wax ring, fill valve, flush valve and a flapper. However, we confirm this on individual product pages.
Yes. A bidet toilet, also known as a Japanese toilet or smart toilet, combines elements of both systems, saving you space and money.
A two-piece toilet comes in two pieces (the tank and the bowl), while a one-piece toilet comes in one part. Each design has advantages and disadvantages; however, a one-piece toilet is significantly heavier to carry because it is one ceramic piece.
The process of installing a one-piece and a two-piece toilet is very similar. However, a two-piece toilet is easier to manoeuvre because the weight is in two parts, and a one-piece toilet comes in one piece.
If you're looking to use up to 20% less water and save money on your monthly water bills, choose a toilet with a dual flush. This way, it will use only the necessary amount of water every time you press 'flush'.