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Complex Installation Process. Simplified. 

Follow 3 steps to complete your project.

Step 1. Know current installation setup

Before you decide anything, let's check current toilet setup first which will show critical information about your setout. 

Step 2. Shop around and check descriptions on box

Let's find out what is available and find out what the description of box means. 

Step 3. Let's do installation !

Finally, we can see last mile and find out checklists. 

Step 1. Know your current setup

1. What type of toilet is installed ? 1.1) S trap toilet : waste line connecting through floor Waste setout distance : distance between centre of waste connection and plaster/tiled wall 1.2) P trap toilet : waste line connecting through wall Waste setout distance : distance between centre of waste connection and timer/tiled floor 1.3) Skew toilet : waste line connecting to side wall (left or right) Same as 1.2)

S & P Trap, Waste setout

Skew Toilet

2. Where is water connection point? 2.1) Bottom entry : water line connecting to bottom of cistern (water tank) - left or right Distance between centre of waste connection point and water point 2.2) *Rear entry : water line connecting to back of cistern (water tank) inside * You might need plumber to check setup and find a toilet which has exact same specification as current one.  

Back to wall toilet - S&P combination

Bottom entry

3. Other limitatons 3.1) Raised or lowered toilet (in case of P trap toilet) 3.2) Raised cistern using flush extension pipe (cistern is vertically separate from bowl) 3.3) Castiron(metal) or Earthenware(clay) waste connection  

Step 2. Shop around and check descriptions on box 

1. What is availble ?  

1.1) Link toilet : toilet bowl and cistern is separate and it has PVC flush pipe connection. It only requires cistern space for back wall.  

1.2) Close coupled toilet : cistern is sitting on bowl and it requires specific waste pipe setout distance due to very little allowance of distance variation. It often requires only cistern space for back wall.  

1.3) Back to wall toilet : cistern is sitting on bowl which includes S&P &combination waste connecing kit.  

It can be installed S and P trap type both but it requires large back wall space because toilet suite should be hard against wall (cistern plus bowl). If existing water point is too close to toilet bowl, this type toilet might not suit to the existing setout. 

Link Toiet

Close Coupled Toilet

Back to Wall Toilet

2. What the description means

 "S trap design, setout 140mm" : Distance between centre S trap waste connection and back wall should be 140mm

 "P trap design, setout 180mm" : Distance between centre P trap waste connection and floor should be 180mm  

 "Adjustable setting distance S: 90-180mm, P:180mm" : S trap case : distance between centre of S trap waste connection and back wall should be from 90mm and 180mm, P trap case : distance between centre P trap waste connection and floor should be 180mm

Step3. Let's do installation

Final checklists 1. High water pressure issue 2. Water point relocation

Have you got any trouble to follow the steps? We povide the following tailored service for you

1. We will find out your current setup and recommend various options including upfront price quote. 

2. Please shop around to find best style product or tell us your preference. 

We will pick it up from shop and bring it to your house ($20 extra cost for delivery) 

3. We will install new one on your preferred date and time (weekend time available).

4. We will remove away old toilet and rubbish.

5. Pay on site using credit cards, bank transfer or cash