How to Find the Ideal Toilet
Kohler toilets are designed to provide the highest level of personal cleanliness and comfort. Discover which toilet will be best suited for you and your home using the following guide.
Start with toilet type:
Two-piece toilets are the most common type of toilet installed in residential settings and offers great value.
One-piece toilets are crafted from one single piece of ceramic; the bowl and tank are integrated for an easier clean.
Intelligent toilets are crafted from heated seats and warm-water cleansing to automated flushing and more.
Wall-hung toilets are specially designed for installation in a tile countertop and has square corners.
Consider each design aspect:
COMPACT ELONGATED TOILETS
STANDARD HEIGHT TOILETS
CHAIR HEIGHT TOILETS
CUSTOM HEIGHT TOILETS
EXPOSED TRAPWAY TOILETS
CONCEALED TRAPWAY TOILETS
SKIRTED TRAPWAY TOILETS
Determine flushing options:
RIGHT OR LEFT SIDE LOCATION
Single-flush toilets typically have a flush lever on the left or right side of the toilet.
Top flush toilets are dual-flush and feature a small button for a water-saving light-waste flush and a larger button for a full flush.
Touchless toilet technology is available pre-installed on some models or as an easy-to-install kit that fits most toilets.
Wall-hung toilets feature a small button for a water-saving light-waste flush and a larger button for a full flush.
Intelligent toilets feature automatic flushing as well as a touch-screen remote that can also control flushing.
When it comes to toilets, water use is measured in gallons per flush or gpf. Older, less efficient toilets used 3.5 gallons of water per flush or more.
Delivers the same consistent flush with every use
Buttons or levers offer the choice between a light or full flush
TOUCHLESS FLUSH TOILETS
Battery operated; no electricity is required