Currently looking for a toilet to replace an old, problematic, inefficient Eljer in a very small area.
Here are the specs:
Rough-in is 14" (actual measure is 13.5").
Supply is about 5.5" from both floor and toilet center line.
Color is Almond/Bone (to match tub right next to it; cha-ching, add $100).
Elongated is preferred (same as current).
HET replacement (1.28 GPF or dual flush).
$400 or less to spend, but a good rated and decent looking toilet.
I need to conserve as much room as possible. The current toilet's front edge is about 29" from the wall. I'd like to keep it the same or preferably less (28" would be great) but the options are very limited. I thought a skirted Toto with 14" adapter might work (e.g., Vespin), but the supply presents a problem with that. I'm about to throw in the towel and just go with an AS Cadet 3 Saver at Lowe's which would not save any room (would intrude about as much as any other option) and the price is certainly lowest. Is there a better choice?