The more compact your bathrooms are, the less likely they are to be equipped to handle 12 inch options. Additionally, if you live in a house that was built quite a long time ago, you may find that in measuring the distance, will result in it being a 10 inch rough in.
If you’re unsure about what size your toilet is, you can find out by recording the distance between the wall and the waste pipe – to be more specific, you should be measuring to the middle of the nearest bolts that screw into the floor to hold it in place with a tape measure. If you don’t have a whole number, round it down to the nearest inch. Listed below, we look at some of the best 10″ toilets.
Top 3 picks
|TOTO CST744SF.10No.01 Drake||8/10|
|KOHLER K-3889-96 Highline||8/10|
|American Standard 270AB001.020 Cadet 3||9/10|
10″ rough in toilet reviews
We analyze various products on the market by researching into their capabilities, functions, flush power, affordability and how well they have been received by consumers around the web.
A great loo from the Cadet 3 range that is ADA compliant with a easily accessible seating height and elongated bowl that will ensure people are feeling comfortable whilst seated.
The surface of the bowl is designed with a special finish that helps in the fight against bacteria, and will ultimately help keep the bathroom space clean and hygienic for everyone in the household.
Looks really modern and is made from vitreous china. If your worried about the amount of space consumed by it after initial set up and installation, the dimensions provided are 28.5 inches by 17 inches by 30.2 inches.
The 1.6 gallon of water used per flush makes it a great environmentally friendly option. Which is something I feel should be high up on the priority list these days as we all need to do our part, and do away from the old products that use over 3 gallons.
Is what I would consider to be a mid tier option that isn’t going to require you to break the bank, but at the same time, it’s not cheap. Well worth taking into account though.
I have plenty of good things to say about Kohler, not least of all their ability to consistently produce great toilets that look the part, yet remain minimal and modern.
The K-3889-96 has plenty to offer its users in terms of comfort. For example, the comfort height seating allows sitting on this model to feel a lot more like a chair. Not only does that add comfort to your bathroom visits, but also makes getting up and sitting down easier.
Then there is the fact that this is essentially an Eco style loo with a 1.28 gallon flush.
The exterior design has a slightly different biscuit color that makes a nice change to the masses of white option currently flooding the market. Additionally is space is something you’re concerned with, and something you have certain limits on, the measurements are as follows. 31.25″ by 29.5″ by 18″.
A slightly more expensive option as you would expect with the extended amount of features available. But at the same time, the quality is there and is certainly a good fit for everyday home use.
I have owned several toilets over the years ranging from portable, ranging to those with great modern technology like those with a touchless flush. If I have learned anything in that period it’s that TOTO produce some excellent bathroom fixtures.
This is a two piece toilet that operates on a low consumption flush of 1.6 gallons. The actual flushing system used is G-Max, which does a fantastic job rinsing and cleaning the bowl along with removing waste, with the small amount of water in the tank.
The elongated style bowl design ensures comfort whilst seated.
This may not be a match for those of you working with lower budgets. However, if this is the case, you can learn more about other TOTO toilets here if you’re still unsure.
Listed above are several of top rated toilets with a ten inch measurement. Not every product will suitable for your bathroom as you shouldn’t be basing your decision on size alone. There are plenty of other factors that should sway your opinion and they include the price, along with bowl shape, material used in construction, and the type of flush utilized.