When you’re selecting fixtures and fittings for your bathroom, it’s important to choose styles that meet your needs. From grab rails to walk-in showers, there are plenty of ways to make your bathroom more accessible. It is particularly important, however, to ensure your toilets are easy to use.
Standard height toilets can sometimes be tricky to use, especially if you have disabilities, limited movement or are elderly. By installing comfort height toilets in your home, you can make sure your toilets are easily accessible for everyone.
A comfort height WC simply increases the height of the toilet pan, which makes it easier to raise yourself up and down. When using a raised height toilet, many people find they no longer need the additional accessories and frames they would otherwise be forced to use. As well as enhancing the design of your bathroom, this can maximise the space available.
Tall toilets are typically around 16”-19” in height, which is substantially taller than the 15” height of a standard WC. Furthermore, you’ll find many comfort toilets also feature a raised flush which is easier to reach.
Choosing a comfort toilet also enables you to select fixtures and fittings which are in keeping with your bathroom style. A comfort height close coupled toilet offers increased height in one, streamlined unit, for example. Alternatively, a raised height back to wall toilet combines increased comfort with a concealed cistern.
To find out more, take a look at our range of comfort height toilets now.