Are you planning to remodel a small bathroom and are looking for more space? A wall-hung toilet with a concealed tank might be worth considering.
I've been looking at information for a concealed tank and wall-hung toilet by Geberit. The primary benefit of this type of system is to maximize space. I'm also intrigued by the aesthetics of the tank hidden in the wall and the toilet being off the floor. A hidden tank means less interruption in tile design on floors and walls. Plus, cleaning underneath the toilet is much easier.
If your home has a really small bathroom--one that by today's standard wouldn't pass building codes; the installation of a wall-hung toilet, can add 10-12" of available floor space in your bath.
Thanks for reading, Joanne
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