Are you thinking of replacing your toilet yourself to save on the price of a plumber? If so, read our ‘how to’ guide below to give yourself some important tips
Step 1 – Make sure your new toilet will fit
One of the most important tasks when choosing a toilet is to make sure it will fit into the space that you have.
In most cases even if the new toilet is slightly bigger or smaller, it will still fit. However, making sure the depth of the toilet isn’t to big when its located in a walkway, or it isn’t too high if your toilet sits below a window sill is very important
Step 2 – Pick out a new toilet and get ready to install
After you’ve taken all your measurements, it’s time to choose your new toilet! Toilets come in many different models, shapes, designs, and styles. So, you can almost always find a make and model that fits your exact wants and needs. While selecting your new toilet, make sure that it matches the measurements you took. We have many toilets on our site to choose from, so look until your hearts content.
Once we’ve delivered your new toilet, you’ll need to install it. It’s a good idea have all of the right materials at hand before starting the job. You don’t want to get half way through only to realise that youre missing a specific item. For toilet replacement jobs, we recommend the following tools and materials:
Step 3 – Kick Your Old Toilet to the Curb
Now it’s time to get to the real work. Before you can install your new toilet, you’ll first have to remove your existing one. To remove your existing toilet, follow these steps:
Step 4 – Install Your New Toilet
Okay, so you’ve finished wrestling your old toilet out of your bathroom. That’s, honestly, the hardest part of replacing your own toilet. In other words, you’re on the home stretch now! All that you have left to do it install your new toilet. It’s a 10-step process, but each step is relatively easy to accomplish. So, let’s get started!
Choosing your toilet:
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