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A comfortable toilet is a must-have for any bathroom. That's why we offer a diverse selection of toilets in various styles, shapes, and sizes, ensuring you find the perfect match for your bathroom design.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, wall-hung toilets save space in the bathroom by being mounted on the wall, which frees up floor space and makes the room appear larger. This design also allows for easier cleaning of the bathroom floor.

One-piece toilets have a sleek design, are easier to clean due to fewer crevices and less space for bacteria to grow, and are more durable because they lack the seam between the tank and bowl found in two-piece toilets. These factors make them a popular choice among homeowners. However, "better" can depend on personal preferences and specific bathroom requirements.

A wall-hung toilet is mounted on the bathroom wall with the tank hidden inside the wall, while a one-piece toilet is a single unit where the tank and bowl are integrated and rest on the floor. Each has its aesthetic and practical advantages.

When choosing a WC toilet, consider the size and layout of your bathroom, the style of the toilet, water efficiency, flushing system, and ease of cleaning. Also, think about the installation type, whether wall-hung, one-piece, or two-piece suits your needs.

Sanitaryware products refer to the fixtures and components in bathrooms and toilets that are made from premium quality materials. These include toilets, basins, bidets, urinals, and sometimes bath fixtures, designed for hygiene and cleanliness.

For small bathrooms, wall-hung or corner toilets can be ideal as they occupy less space. Compact one-piece toilets with a shorter projection from the wall can also be a good fit.

There are several types of toilets, including one-piece, two-piece, wall-hung, smart toilets, and those designed for specific needs like corner toilets or compact models for small spaces.

The choice between a wall-mounted and a floor-mounted toilet depends on your bathroom's design needs and personal preferences. Wall-mounted toilets can save space and offer a modern look, while floor-mounted toilets are traditional and easier to install and maintain.

Investing in a smart toilet can be worth it if you value the added features such as bidet functions, seat warming, automatic flushing, and hygiene enhancements like UV sterilization. Consider your budget and the level of convenience and luxury you desire.

Sensor toilets use infrared sensors to detect the presence of a person. Once the user moves away from the toilet, the sensor triggers an automatic flush, minimizing the need for physical contact and enhancing hygiene.


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