Toilet Seat

There is a large array of toilet shapes on the market today and many shapes of the seat to go with them. Fitting a replacement toilet seat can be a little tricky to the novice, however, if some simple rules are followed, it is not difficult to do.

Typically the toilet seat is fixed to the toilet pan by two long screws that go through the pan using the holes supplied by the manufacturer. In the cheaper models, the screws are made from plastic, the majority are made from steel and the most expensive come in stainless steel or brass. Due to the wet environment, plated metal fixings can corrode quickly.

Depending on your specific needs, you can choose from a range of unique toilet seat features designed for comfort and convenience. You can expect most seats to include a combination of one or more standard features; whereas Smart seats will have one or more features that offer personalized comfort and bidet cleansing.

SOFT CLOSE TOILET SEATS
This seat is equipped with anti-slam technology and closes quietly and slowly with the touch of a finger.

QUICK REMOVAL TOILET SEATS
A seat that features quick-removal hinges releases completely for a full and thorough cleaning.

QUICK INSTALL TOILET SEATS
Special installation hardware allows the toilet seat to be firmly attached to the toilet within minutes.

SECURE FIT TOILET SEATS
Toilet seats are ergonomically designed to be comfortable for you and your family and to avoid slipping and sliding. Rubber bumpers on the underside of the seat grip the bowl tightly to keep the seat securely in place.

SECURE FIT TOILET SEATS
Toilet seats are ergonomically designed to be comfortable for you and your family and to avoid slipping and sliding. Rubber bumpers on the underside of the seat grip the bowl tightly to keep the seat securely in place.