I just moved into a house that was built in the 1970's and is equipped with 30+ year-old toilets. I decided to improve on water efficiency and performance and purchased a couple of Toto Aquias. Upon installation, I realized a problem - my tiny bathrooms have baseboard heaters behind the toilet, and the Aquia needs pretty much every bit of the 12" rough-in for floor space. I only have about 10" available. Alternatively I could move the baseboard heaters (the only heat in those rooms), but that's not an optimal solution.
I went to the hardware store where I purchased the Toto and was told that it appears all Totos have this problem. They also sell Kohler, so we looked at the specs, and it looks like the Wellworth leaves enough space for the baseboards. I was all set to go in that direction, but in looking here, I don't see a ton of enthusiasm for the Wellworth.
So my question is, can anybody recommend a non-clogging, 12" rough-in HET that won't encroach on the 2" my baseboard heat takes up, and preferably one that won't cost tons more than the $300 +/- I spent on the Toto?