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Toilet units conceal the cistern in an attractive surround that can be coordinated with other bathroom furniture. They work well in bathrooms looking to achieve a cohesive and clean design. Modern toilet units are designed to fit both back to wall and wall hung toilets. The designs ensure that your toilet looks modern and streamlined, with the advantage of a shelf for items such as spare toilet rolls. For a sleek modern look we recommend the brands Crosswater, Britton and Geberit whereas Roper Rhodes and Burlington invoke a more classic style.
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This unit is a triumph. I'd prefer an option for a push knob flush which encourages every user to lower the lid, but the lever works very well. Quiet tank.
Are you buying a new loo? If you’ve revamped your bathroom with a new toilet or you’re just fed up with the old one, you might want to consider a toilet unit.
Traditionally, a toilet isn’t really a pretty thing to look at. They are a functional thing needed in every home but you certainly wouldn’t make a feature of one! In modern times, toilets have become more attractive as well as practical. A toilet unit surrounds the pipes and cistern of your toilet giving you the chance to hide the unsightly fixtures.
Featured in the image above the Crosswater Arena Toilet Unit
Toilet units come in wood, acrylic and metal and can give your toilet a sleek look. Making it part of the overall decor of your bathroom, rather than just a practical addition. You can also get designs with shelves behind the toilet or a cupboard to give you extra storage space if needed.
We offer a wide selection of toilet units from well-known brands in a range of designs and finishes. Many are equipped with a dual flush system to ensure that water use is kept down to an absolute minimum. For the smaller room, we can supply space saver toilet units. These are particularly useful in cloakrooms where space may be at a premium or if you are fitting an en-suite bathroom.
Wood gives your bathroom a touch of warmth. Using materials like oak and walnut will lend a more traditional feel to your room. If you want to make a bold statement, a brightly coloured or dark coloured unit will contrast against the white of your toilet. Making more of a feature in your room.
A glossy finish like acrylic is another option. However, these high-shine materials do tend to attract dust and show up marks. It might not be too practical if you have little ones in your home!
Featured in the image above the Bauhaus WC Furniture Unit
One of the main reasons people choose to install a toilet unit is to hide pipes and cisterns. These are a necessary part of your toilet but they're not the most attractive things to look at. With a toilet unit, you can keep the toilet itself visible and hide the plumbing.
Another good side is that there's less hassle involved. Usually, installing pipes and cisterns means drilling frames into the wall or fitting a partition to cover the back of a wall mounted toilet. With a toilet unit, while the pipework is hidden, it can still be accessed if you need to do maintenance or repairs.
Featured in the image above Noble Classic WC Unit
There is a wide range of toilets and toilet units available. You can rest assured there will always be something to fit your bathroom space. Typically, units are between 76cm and 85cm tall and about 50cm to 70cm wide. There isn’t much variation in these standard sizes so it's worth carefully measuring your space to make sure a toilet unit will fit.
If you’re thinking about adding a toilet unit to your downstairs cloakroom or en-suite, but don’t think you'll have enough space, think again. There are a number of space-saving designs for cloakrooms and smaller bathrooms. These will fit into your space to give a sleek look without using up the floor space. Some designs even come with built-in cupboard space.
Featured in the image above Roper Rhodes Hampton WC Unit
Generally toilet units come in two different types - fitted or modular.
Fitted furniture is units that are connected together. So you might see the toilet unit, the basin unit and a cupboard all looking as though they are one big unit. Units are bought separately and can be mixed and matched to make a variety of configurations. Generally, you will have one worktop that covers all of the units. Giving the impression that the units are all part of the same cabinet. When you are choosing your toilet unit you will have the option on to see other matching units and find the correct worktop.
Modular toilet Units are standalone units that are not connected to other furniture. They may be used in conjunction with other furniture and placed close by. For contemporary units, we would recommend looking at Geberit and Britton Bathrooms. For traditional we would advise checking out Burlington & Old London.
Featured in the above image Burlington Back To Wall WC Unit
The majority of the toilet units we sell come with their own concealed cisterns and buttons. Some manufacturers do not specify the cistern with the unit, so we would recommend using a Geberit Furniture Cistern. If you are not sure please refer to the product description as it will confirm what comes with the unit.
With traditional toilet units, you will typically have either a small flush button or a choice of a lever controlled cistern. With contemporary cisterns, there will be an option for either a small flush button or a larger flush plate. Similar to the ones you see on wall hung concealed cisterns.
The main draw of a toilet unit for most people is that they give you a greater degree of access to maintain the cistern unit. The cisterns are located in the unit and you have the ability to take the top off and conduct any repairs needed.
The first of these we saw was introduced by Geberit. Essentially a wall hung frame and cistern packaged in steel and glass that went against the wall as opposed to within the wall. It’s really handy if you do not have space in the wall cavity to use a wall hung frame and cistern. Since the inception of Geberits Tablet Cistern they've introduced a back to wall version. Britton Bathrooms are now producing their own too.
Featured in the image above Geberit Monolith Cistern
Saving water is important to many homeowners. Most of the toilets sold as part of a toilet unit package come with a dual flush design. This means you can use either four or six litre of water per flush. Cutting down on waste and keeping water use to a minimum.