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nuraman00

Changing toilets.

nuraman00
2 months ago

I want to change toilets.

  1. Will I have enough room? In the downstairs bathroom, there is 3.5 - 4" of space before it would hit the door (see first picture).

In the master bathroom, there's 6" of space.


Will I have enough room for both?


https://imgur.com/a/ON2QtrZ


2. Should I just do one toilet first, or both?


What do you think between these three?

  1. Dual flush, 17" high, $209, 30.1875" deep (might be too much, I'll need to get the handyman to measure and give his opinion)

https://www.lowes.com/pd/American-Standard-Edgemere-White-WaterSense-Dual-Flush-Elongated-Chair-Height-2-Piece-Toilet-12-in-Rough-In-Size/1000866600#preview-specifications


2) Dual flush, 17" high, $99, 28" deep


https://www.lowes.com/pd/Project-Source-Project-Source-Pro-Flush-Dual-Flush-12in-Rough-In-2-Piece-Chair-Height-Elongated-Bowl-1-1-1-6-GPF-Dual-Flush-White/1003140866


3) Dual flush, 16.5" high, $229, 31" deep (will definitely need some creative placement)


https://www.homedepot.com/p/Glacier-Bay-2-piece-1-1-GPF-1-6-GPF-High-Efficiency-Dual-Flush-Elongated-Toilet-in-Black-N2316-BLK/204364950


Also, if I order from Home Depot, they have a $55 porch delivery option, or $85 inside the house delivery option. Should I take the cheaper delivery option, or have them deliver inside the house?

Even 28" might be pushing it, I'll have to get the handyman's opinion either way, before ordering.




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