|Posted by hj on March 18, 2003 at 23:36:25:|
|In response to Re: I cannot find an ADA BLACK toilet that's less than 28" deep overall|
Most ADA bowls are elongated since they are usually used in commercial locations where a round front bowl could not be used. For that same reason, there is almost no incentive for a manufacturer to make a round front ADA toilet because there is no real market for them.
: I have had a hard time trying to find an ADA (Comfort height) toilet in black that's less than 28" deep overall. The problem is that they are all elongated bowls - not standard round bowl which adds to the depth. When the door is open it will end up hitting the front edge of the bowl. This is a condo that was built in 1967 - there was a toilet there before but it was a standard round bowl that has less depth than an elongated bowl - can anyone please help me out?
: Thanks, Mike
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