A long time ago if you wanted a telephone the choice was a black phone or a white phone. Now if you want to buy a phone you are spoiled for choice. There are so many phones currently available, each with a huge array of features, many of which are confusing to a lot of people. Similarly, with toilets the choice was left hand or right hand lever flush with a choice of colors, although some were less tasteful than others. As what happened with phones (and seemingly everything else) toilets have become more technologically advanced and now boast a myriad of different features.
To help you find your way through all the jargon used to describe the many features that the modern toilet has, we have compiled a comprehensive review of the best toilets available, and explained the features that it possesses: pickabathroom.com
What is the difference between universal height, comfort height and ADA compliant height? In truth, there is no real difference, each toilet is between 17” and 19” between the floor and the height of the seat. This is the height that most adults find is easier to stand and sit. So if you have children, this height may be too high, so we’ve also included a selection of toilets with lower seats.
We have covered a wide range of toilets in our reviews, from the inexpensive to the fully electronically controlled toilet and bidet combined. If you are looking for a new toilet, take a look at our reviews and selections – there are sure to be a choice of several that will meet all your needs.
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