We supply ultra low and high consumption flush toilets, bidets and urinals from Mansfield, Toto, Kohler and American Standard. There is little agreement on what makes a good toilet. While a toilet might be CSA approved, it doesn’t mean that it will perform as well as another CSA approved brand. A comparison in field performance is not an easy thing to make given all the factors that have to be taken into consideration.
The first decision you have to make when choosing a toilet is whether to go for the ultra low (1.6 gpf) or high (3.5 gpf) consumption toilets. Low flush toilets became mandatory in the early 1990s to save on water consumption. Poor flushing performance, however, forced most people to “double-flush” which didn’t save any more water than before. With new investment in technological innovation, the performance of low flush toilets have improved to the point where this no longer a legitimate concern.
Toilets also come in either one or two piece units and are either standard gravity-assisted or vacuum pressure-assisted units. One piece units are generally more expensive than their two piece cousins, but they’re easier to clean and look sleek and fashionable. Most toilets are made from vitreous china for easy maintenance and cleaning. Gravity-assisted toilets flush away wastes strictly by the force and weight of the water contained in the tank. A pressure-assisted toilet, on the other hand, uses compressed air inside a separate tank to force the water out and into the closet bend.
We offer a wide range of toilets from 1.6 gpf to 3.5 gpf, from gravity-assisted to vacuum pressure-assisted, from one to two piece units. Our toilets come in a refreshing new wave of styles, colors, shapes and material – from vitreous china to porcelain.
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