Here at Homematas, we are Preston’s leading bathroom design experts, and we help home owners and property developers choose bathrooms and fittings to suit their property every day. This includes toilets of all styles and shapes, including comfort height toilets. But what are the important considerations for a comfort height toilet?
What are the important do’s and don’ts when choosing a comfort height toilet?
A comfort height toilet can bring a range of benefits and advantages, especially for those with mobility issues. But how can you be sure to choose the right comfort height toilet for your bathroom? Well these are our important tips:
Do consider the style of the toilet
While you might not think much about it when redesigning your bathroom, the style of the toilet can play an important role in the overall visual effect. For a contemporary bathroom it is essential to choose a contemporary style toilet, just as it is equally important to choose a traditional style toilet for a traditional bathroom. Thankfully comfort height toilets are available in a wide range of styles and designs to suit any bathroom and any interior design theme.
Don’t forget to measure the height
Comfort height toilets are available in a range of different sizes which are normally higher than a standard toilet. Measuring the space available in your bathroom is important to ensure that any obstructions above the toilet height are removed for access, and also to ensure that the comfort height toilet is the right size for you personally. Taller people for example may benefit from a comfort height toilet that is higher.
Do consider the features and fittings
Soft close toilet lids, economical and environmentally friendly flushes, and low water comfort height toilets are all available so you can choose the toilet that is right for you, without compromising.
Here at Homematas we offer a wide range of comfort height toilets that can be a stunning addition to any contemporary bathroom, including those from the Tavistock range. Why not take a look today, to see what we have in store?