Toilets with Overflow Protection?
I was at Lowes browsing and saw this toilet:
I thought the overflow protection was a great idea. Any opinions on this? The online reviews seem to be great.
They had this and what looked like a Fluidmaster next to it with a dual flush (up and down for #1 / #2) that had the same overflow but I didn't catch the model.
Just curious what people thought (and I searched so my apologies if I missed a post covering this already).
Penguin Overflow Proof Toilet vs. Toto
At our hotels, we began installing Toto toilets per your recommendation on your blog and we love them.
We have one tough location that we are about to replace the existing American Standard in with a Toto ADA compliant 3" flush valve elongated model, which is our preferred. In this public restroom, guests often clog it and then flush repeatedly, causing the bowl to overflow into the shop on the next floor down.
Toto doesn't offer overflow protection that we know of, though they are very hard to clog which is an overflow protection in itself.
Do you have experience with Penguin's model 524? It's ADA compliant, 3" flush, glazed trap, elongated with overflow protection (three holes at top of bowl with separate drain). It's $169 compared to Toto's $275.
Thank you for your reply!