Where can I find an all in one toilet hand basin, sink?
Martin explains with all the best space savers, the All In One Toilet Hand Basin has got to be at the top of them. The key points we are going to mention are as listed below.
- How much water does the all in one toilet save?
- How much does the all in 1 toilet cost?
- Where can I buy the all in one toilet?
- What is the plumbing requirements for the all in one toilet?
- Are there any technical problem that may come from the toilet?
- Can I buy any tap for the basin that sits on top of the toilet?
- How does the all in 1 toilet basin secure itself?
- Where does the waste from the basin go?
- How much does the all in one basin save in water?
- What does the all in one toilet hand basin come with?
About the all in 1 toilet hand basin
The all in one toilet hand basin which is most popular to buy was designed in Australia and had gone through 10 years of testing. The name of this type of toilets is called: Profile 5 Toilet Suite Deluxe with Integrated Hand Basin. The cistern underneath the wash hand basin is filled via the tap you use to wash your hand and is ideal in cloakroom areas. The tap is based on cold water only and has a soft closing toilet seat to go with it. For a more in-depth information please look what we have to say below.
How much water does the all in one toilet save?
As an overal we believe this type of toilet saves about 70% of water in comparisons to you average everyday toilet use.
How much does the all in 1 toilet cost?
To buy this type of toilet you could be looking between £400 to £700 depending on which supplier you are buying from. The labour cost you should expect to pay between £150 to £300 with an overall cost between £550 to £1000 as long as the waste and supply is ready to connect onto. As a nation company we are able to estimate the cost of £800 which will include the delivery of the toilet and a fitter.
Where can I buy the all in one toilet?
As there are so little demand for these type of toilets due to not many people knowing about them, they are very hard to find. In some areas they may be on sale and then discontinued but the best bet at the time is to have a look around the internet.
What is the plumbing requirements for the all in one toilet?
The all in 1 toilet is very similar to the standard toilet on entry but the only difference is the technology within the cistern to the connection to the main tap. Always follow the instructions as each toilet may change in the fitting requirements.
However, as there are not many toilets of this type about, we have included the Profile 5 Toilet Suite Deluxe with Integrated Hand Basin design and measurements.
Are there any technical problem that may come from the toilet?
As there are no bad feed back about this type of toilet from consumers or any of our emergency plumbers then we are unable to explain the problems but if you come across any then feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will ad your comments as relevant.
Can I buy any tap for the basin that sits on top of the toilet?
Unfortunately due to the technology of this type of toilet there is no way of choosing you own tap but lets see what is to come in the future.
How does the all in 1 toilet basin secure itself?
The all in one hand basin that sits on top of the toilet cistern is a bit like a lid and secures itself to the toilet cistern and requires no additional fitting.
Where does the waste from the basin go?
The waste from the hand basin goes directly into the toilet cistern and fills the cistern until it requires flushing again saving water.
How many flush type are there to the all in 1 toilet?
There are 2 types of flushes. There is the 3-litre flush and the 4.5-litre flush for more intense flushes.
What does the all in one toilet hand basin come with?
The all in one toilet hand basin comes with has shown in the picture above but also has a slow closing toilet seat.
We are currently looking for more comments below on anyone that has used this type of toilet of has fitted it so readers of this toilet get a more in-depth information on consumers use.
Martin’s opinion on this type of toilet is: “I have fitted a few type of toilets in my time, specially in tight situations. If only I had this type of toilet due to regulations, the customer would have a much better place to use the toilet saving stress. I personal love the fact that this type of toilet is so much better when it comes to saving water and saving space and would definitely recommend this, the only snag with the toilet is the price tag but I honestly believe it is justified in what it does and would most definitely have this in my home if I had a room too small to hang a basin”.
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