Re: One piece vs. two piece
Posted by Terry Love on October 08, 1999 at 11:55:34:
In response to Re: One piece vs. two piece

A one-piece toilet, has no tank to bowl connection to clean or go bad. They do take more time to build. The upper line Toto toilets have the 3" flapper instead of the industry stand 2" which gives a commercial grade flush quiet enough for a home. You can also get the 3" flapper in the Drake two-piece model. Most of the one-piece come with a nice plastic seat, whereas most two-piece come without the seat. I sell more one-piece than two-piece toilets. Depending on your situation, any of the toilets on the top half of the toilet report will do the job. Well, any on the report should work for you. The toilet, one of the most used appliances in the home, and yet the one with the least thought given at the time of purchase can be one of the most trouble free and attractive aspects of the bathroom. Terry

: The good one piece, namely the very low ones, are designed so that they will not overflow if they are obstructed. The high one-piece units have little advantages over the two piece ones. They are more expensive because they are harder to make and they sell fewer of them. hj



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