Picking the Perfect Toilet Bowl

Posted on October 24, 2019

While today’s toilet bowls still share basic similarities with the toilet bowls of the past, new improvements in technology have brought about many changes. Today’s toilet bowls come with a wide variety of features as well as functions. In fact, some toilet bowls have gone high tech with new gadgets like motion sensors and autoflushing capabilities. In addition to new features, toilet bowls also come in a wide variety of colours and styles. Given the fact that there are hundreds of models to choose from, going to a bathroom showroom is the best way to check out the most popular models in the market today.

Here are some of the things to look out for when going to a bathroom showroom to canvass for the perfect toilet bowl for your bathroom.

Water Consumption

New trends in conservation have brought about toilet bowls that use less water compared to older models. Some of these bowls often have to detailed flushing options depending on your needs. Most new ones will have one button will use up half the tank to flush away liquids while another button will use the entire tank to flush away solids.

Pressure Assisted Flushing

Older toilet bowls often use the weight of water as well as gravity to flush. Some newer models use pressure to help give it that added push. This reduces the risk of blockage when flushing your toilet bowl.


When choosing a toilet bowl, aesthetics is also an important factor. While it may not do anything in terms of functionality, having a toilet bowl that suits the rest of your bathroom is an important consideration for most homeowners. Choose a toilet in a color and style that you like and matches the rest of your bathroom.

If you happen to live in New York City, then you can easily find an NYC bathroom showroom with a wide selection of toilet bowls available. A visit to a showroom will make it easier for you to find a toilet bowl that fits your needs, your taste, as well as your budget.

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