Close Coupled Toilets
Choose from a range of sophisticated designs, reflecting the every latest design trends and all conforming to the very highest standards of quality. Beautiful and resilient, every design is easy to clean and will stay looking at its stunning best for years to come.
What Are Close Coupled Toilets?
A close coupled toilet is a type of toilet where the cistern (or tank) that holds the water for flushing is attached directly to the back of the toilet bowl. In this design, the cistern and toilet bowl form a single unit, making it more compact and streamlined than other types of toilets.
What Are the Benefits To A Close Coupled Toilet?
Close coupled toilets are a popular choice for modern bathrooms because they take up less space than traditional two-piece toilets, which have a separate cistern and bowl that are connected by a pipe. They are also generally easier to install, clean, and maintain than other types of toilets. Overall, a close coupled toilet is a practical and space-saving option for those looking for a modern and efficient toilet design.
Can These Toilets be DIY Installed?
We wouldn’t advise that you fit these toilets without the supervision of plumber or someone who has experience in fitting toilets. Generally, this type of toilet can be a bit more complex and are not suitable for DIY installation. It is recommended that they should be installed by a professional plumber.
What Styles Do They Come In?
There are various styles of close coupled toilets. You have the soft close, open back, fully shrouded or high level cisterns where the cistern sit’s above the toilet instead of behind it.
What Are Colours Do You Offer?
We currently only sell the one colour which is white.
What Are Toilets Made Of?
Close coupled toilets are typically made of ceramic or porcelain materials. These materials are durable, easy to clean, and have a smooth, glossy finish that resists stains and odors. The toilet bowl and cistern are usually made from separate pieces of ceramic or porcelain that are fused together during the manufacturing process to create a single, seamless unit. Some close coupled toilets may also feature additional components made of materials such as plastic, rubber, or metal, such as the flush handle or the flushing mechanism inside the cistern. There are also alternative materials used for making toilets, such as stainless steel or vitreous china, but ceramic and porcelain are the most common materials used for close coupled toilets due to their durability and ease of maintenance.
What's The Cost Of A Close Coupled Toilet?
Prices range from £300 to £600
Why are these Close Coupled Toilets So Cheap?
If you buy from the range listed above, you are buying our in-house range. And because you’re buying directly from the manufacturer, there’s no middlemen bumping up the price.
Can You Deliver Close Coupled Toilets Anywhere in the UK?
Yes, we can deliver your bath panels anywhere in the United Kingdom. If you need to know the time and cost of delivery, please feel free to contact us on the details below.
What is the Best Way to Find Out More?
The best thing to do is to get in touch so we can understand exactly what you need and then give you a price that matches your requirements and your budget. Please feel free to give us a call on: 01228 791909 If you prefer, you can email us at:
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