Wall hung toilets are growing in popularity all over the UK, and it’s not hard to understand why. Sleek, good-looking, and a great space-saver, they add a touch of luxury to any bathroom. Wall hung toilets have been around for a long time, but many of our customers still have questions.  How do they work? Are they safe? How do we access the cistern if it’s out of sight behind a wall? We want to clear up all the mysteries and myths surrounding wall hung toilets. Here are the reasons you might want to consider installing one in your home.

Also known as wall-mounted toilets, these units have a hidden cistern which is concealed behind a wall. A special panel allows easy access for repairs and maintenance, and the pan is suspended from a strong frame that it built right into the wall. Some people worry that a wall mounted toilet might fall off the wall in the middle of use, but they’ve been designed to handle loads of 200kg or more. While a wall-hung toilet may look like it’s magically floating, there’s a good amount of engineering that goes into creating a sturdy, reliable seat. Because the cistern is in the wall and not standing out in front of it, the projection and overall footprint of a wall hung toilet is much smaller than a traditional or close-coupled unit. If you’re outfitting a petite cloakroom or a tiny en-suite, those extra inches can make a huge difference in how comfortable, attractive, and usable the bathroom will be.

With over 50 wall hung models to choose from in our inventory, you’re sure to find the perfect toilet for your needs here at Bathrooms 365. We have more than 30 years of experience in helping customers create their dream bathrooms, and we can do the same for you. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions!

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Like anything else in the world, there are upsides and downsides to choosing a wall hung toilet. Some of these will be more relevant for you than others, but they might help you make a decision about whether a wall mounted toilet is the right choice for you:

Pros:

  • Smart, space-saving design for small bathrooms.
  • Attractive modern style for contemporary bathrooms.
  • Easy cleaning: it’s so much faster and easier to run a cloth over the smooth surfaces of a wall hung toilet. With less nooks and crannies where bacteria can hide, they can also help create better hygiene, and it’s also a snap to sweep and mop under the toilet.
  • Can adjust the height at installation for ultimate comfort. While traditional toilets are one-size fits all, wall hung toilets can be installed to suit your particular needs.

Cons:

  • Not all rooms have a suitable wall to conceal a cistern.
  • More complex and expensive to install. Requires a bracket within the wall  may be better suited to a new build than a refit.
  • May be more expensive to repair. Installing an access plate with the toilet is a must so that the cistern is accessible. Depending on the frame, the mount may loosen over time, requiring professional adjustment.
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