The toilet seat is a vital component of a toilet system. Many people have a certain preference in toilet seats. It may sound extravagant to have specialized toilet seats, but sometimes, you need to look for what you want. You must pay a bit more attention when it comes to using the most frequently used seat in the house. Here are some types of toilet seating you should consider.
Raised toilet seats. People with sleeping aid devices and different medications benefit from raised toilet seats. Consumers with posture problems or tall people are also helped by raised toilets.
Heated toilet seat. Below are some of the benefits of a heated toilet seat:
- Gives warmth. When the freezing weather sets in, a heated toilet is a cosy refuge to an ordinary toilet.
- More comfortable. You control the temperature when you have a heated toilet seat.
Black toilet seats. This is a strategy to hide the filth on surfaces or water stains left by minor splashes.
Bidet toilet seats. Having a bidet toilet seat is much more refreshing than using a dry toilet paper. It also prevents skin irritation.
Tot-sized toilet seats. This is a huge convenience for parents who are potty training their toddlers. If you are a parent with a toddler in the house, this toilet seat relieves any worry that your baby will fall in because the hole is too big.
Wooden toilet seats. Also known as MDFs (medium-density fibre board) seats are made of layers of wood flour, covered in synthetic resin. They are made up of wood fibres that are pressed together. That is why they are also known as compressed wood seats.
Which toilet seat suits your needs? Consult our experts at bathroomwarehouse.com.au, to help you acquire the right toilet seat for your new toilet.
Bathroomware House stocks a wide range of toilets that satisy the requirements of most home renovators. You also have the ability to design your own toilet system using the In Wall Package Builder enabling your to choose the toilet that is perfect for your home.