Getting a plumbing expert to install your new toilet is the best way to ensure the job is done quickly, efficiently, and correctly to ensure proper operation and prevent any future leaks or problems. Many homeowners have dealt with issues related to improperly fitted toilets leading to frequent clogs, unpleasant smells, unlevel fixtures, cracked porcelain, water leaking, water damage and more.
A properly installed toilet will cause you fewer hassles and issues for years to come. Contact 180 Plumbing & Heating if you have a toilet purchased that you need to be installed, or if you are ready to replace your existing toilet and are debating what fixture to purchase. We can assist in selecting the best toilet for each of your bathrooms and will install them flawlessly.
Different Types of New Toilets
There are several varieties of toilets available in Calgary. We are prepared to assist you in locating a toilet fixture that best meets your requirements.
Two-piece Toilet Installation
There are the most common types of toilets available and installed in homes in Calgary. They are the most affordable, and the simplest to install.
Water-concerving Toilet Installation
These toilets are designed to flush using less water per flush so you’ll save a substantial amount on your water bills over time, depending on how much you use your toilet. It’s also more environmentally friendly. You can also look at tank options that have dual flush available. This feature allows you to select an option for a liquid waste flush, which uses less water, or a solid waste flush. This option will significantly reduce the water usage of your toilet.
One-piece Toilet Installation
The tank and the bowl are joined together with the porcelain assembled in one piece with all the parts included. These toilets are easier to clean, and are preferred for aesthetic reasons, but can be more expensive. They are also more difficult to install and it’s best to hire an expert who knows what they are doing.
Comfort Toilet Installations
These are typically 17 inches high, about 3 to 3.5 inches higher than a traditional toilet height. This makes it easier to get on and off the toilet, for anyone who has mobility issues.