Close Coupled Toilets

Close coupled toilets would be considered as a standard toilet as they are the most common toilet in domestic properties however a close coupled toilet comes in many shapes, sizes and designs. Closed coupled means that the toilet cistern is exposed and sits on the top of the pan. They can also be open back which allows you to see the pipework behind the pan or a closed pan so that this is all hidden. Most manufactures supply all of the parts of a close coupled toilet separately. Please see the product options when you add a toilet pan to your basket for the cistern and the seat. If you are unsure as to whether the pan comes with these please give us a call.
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Q. What is a close coupled toilet?
A. A close coupled toilet is given this name as the cistern is fitted directly onto the pan hence close coupled!
Q. Why should I choose a close coupled toilet?
A. A close coupled toilet is probably what springs to mind when you think of a toilet. This style is extremely versatile, with lots of options to choose from, such as different designs, brands, sizes,and look, perfect for any family bathroom and even some cloakroom bathrooms!
Q. What style should I go for?
A. This is down to your personal choice, the style of the rest of your items and to some degree the space you have available. If you want to create a lovely old fashioned but elegant look to your bathroom then go for a traditional style, if you're more of a trend setter then a sleek contemporary toilet would be a good choice. There is no right or wrong, it is down to what you would liek your bathroom to look and feel like when it is completed. For those of you who don't really focus too much on your bathroom there are also lots of standard and basic toilets to choose from ranging from budget options to more expensive brands.
Q. Will I need anything else to go with my close coupled toilet?
A. Many of the close coupled toilets will be pan only, and when you hit add to basket the compatible cisterns and seats are displayed which you can also purchase. Some of the toilets will be the complete set, but a vast amount won’t be, so it is important to check what you are buying and if you do need the additional items.
Q. Are close coupled toilets suitable for use in a cloakroom bathroom?
A. This will be dependant upon the size of your cloakroom bathroom and the projection of the toilet that you are looking at. The best thing to do is to speak to your installer about what is going to be realistic for the size of your cloakroom bathroom and start your search from there.
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