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Two Piece

Two Piece: This toilet type features a separate tank and a bowl connected by a wax seal. This toilet type comes in more styles and is typically a less costly option for home owners.

One Piece

One Piece: These toilets feature a seamless design; they're easier to clean, and the toilet tank is more stable. By having the tank and bowl as one piece, you eliminate the chance for the connection to leak.

Bowl Only

Bowl Only: These toilets feature just a toilet bowl. Paired with a flushometer this toilet can be used in commercial applications.

Bowl Shape

Toilet Bowl Shape


Elongated: This is the most popular bowl shape. Elongated bowls are oval shaped with a standard measurement of 18 1/2 inches from the seat mounting holes to the front lip of the toilet.


Round: Choose this option if you have limited space in your bathroom. Round toilet bowls are typically circular with a standard measurement of 16 1/2 inches from the seat mounting holes to the front lip of the toilet.


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Comfort Height

Comfort Height: Comfort height toilets are slightly taller than standard toilets, making it more comfortable for average-sized adults to sit and stand. Comfort height toilets measure anywhere from 16 1/2 to 19 inches in height.


WaterSense-certified: toilets save water by using no more than 1.28 gallons per flush (GPF), compared to the standard 1.6 GPF. Toilets with lower GPF can save up to 4,000 gallons of water annually to help the environment and save on your water bill

Seat Included

Seat Included: Not all toilets come with a seat. If you’d like a toilet with the seat included, here are your choices.


ADA Compliant: Faucets meet the requirements set by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Insulated Tank

Insulated Tank: Choose this option if you live in a high-humidity area. These toilet tanks are insulated to help prevent condensation from forming, which can cause premature wear on walls and flooring.

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Installation Type

Toilet Installation Styles

Floor Mounted

Floor Mounted: Choose this option if your toilet’s waste pipe is located in the floor.

Wall Mounted

Wall Mounted: Typically reserved for commercial toilets and urinal applications. Wall-mounted toilets are mounted directly to the wall, so waste flows through a waste pipe that’s also mounted into the wall.

Floor Mounted with Rear Outlet

Floor Mounted with Rear Outlet: Also known as Rear Discharge Toilets, these models are still bolted directly to the floor, the trapway discharges into waste plumbing in the wall.


Popular Toilet Styles

To help you match existing decor, we have categorized what we feel to be the best style for each of our Toilets. Pictured below are some of our more popular styles.

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Toilet Rough-In Measurements

The rough-in is the measurement from the wall behind the toilet to the bolt caps on either side of the toilet. The most typical size for a rough in is 12 inches, however it is not uncommon to have a 10 or 14 inch rough in as well as some other more uncommon sizes.

Gallons Per Flush (GPF)

Toilet Gallons Per Flush

This is the number of gallons of water the toilet uses per flush. Toilets with lower GPF use less water, which helps the environment and your water bill. By U.S. federal law, new residential toilets must use no more than 1.6 GPF. Toilets with 1.28 GPF and lower are considered WaterSense certified.

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Lever Placement

Toilet Flush Lever Placement

Facing the toilet, the lever will be placed on the left or right sides, on top of the tank, or on the wall. If the side of the toilet is against a wall, the lever should be on the opposite side.

Flush Type

Toilet Flush Type

Dual Flush

Dual Flush: Dual flush toilets provide low flow (fluid waste) and higher flow (solid waste) flush options. This interactive toilet design can save up to 67% of water usage annually.

Gravity Flush

Gravity Flush: This type of toilet is found in most homes. Due to the straightforward design, repairs are simple and inexpensive.

Siphon Jet

Siphon Jet: During flush, water comes from all sides of the bowl, which leads to less clogging and fewer leaks over time.

Pressure Assisted

Pressure Assisted: These toilets use air pressure to help force water from the tank into the bowl. These efficient flushers are commonly found in commercial settings, they’re less prone to clogging, and they provide a better cleaning action in the flush.

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