Tankless Bathroom Toilet
As the name suggests, a tankless bathroom toilet is any toilet that does not rely on a tank of water to clear its bowl. A tankless bathroom toilet is a smaller than traditional toilets and for the pipes can enter either from a wall behind the toilet or from the floor. These factors allow more ways to customize your bathroom design. Plus, the smaller size saves on space. Because tankless toilets use an electric pump, the bowl refills much more quickly than in traditional toilets, which is especially helpful when many people are waiting to use the bathroom. Before installing a tankless bathroom toilet, check whether the pipeline system of your building is suitable for it. Choose a toilet with dimensions suitable for your house. A tankless bathroom toilet requires normal maintenance and cleaning like that of a tank-style toilet. Regular checkups to avoid clogging, and repairing in time are a must for any style of toilet. However, note that, if you encounter any problem, consult a plumber who is well-versed with this type of toilet system.
A tankless bathroom toilet require a relatively wide supply pipeline in the house. If you are constructing a new house, you can install pipes to suit your needs. If you are replacing a toilet in a pre-existing home and you don’t have the correct supply line to your toilet, the high pressure from the flush could damage your pipes. In that case, it’s probably best to forgo the tankless idea, as it isn’t worth the extra cost to redo or retrofit the pipes.