The toilet plays a key role in the design and function of the bathroom. One of those much-used fixtures, the toilet should be comfortable and operate in a manner befitting the owner’s needs and water-saving goals. Design-wise, it must fit the space from a size perspective as well as a style one. American Standard Toilets account for all of these factors, delivering a product that comes in many looks, sizes, shapes and more. American Standard Toilets are known for their quality make and for lasting over years and years of use.
When it comes to selecting a new toilet for the bathroom, it’s easy to go with the cheapest or most convenient option. This ill-advised move regularly lands more than a few homeowners in the Buyers Remorse Club. Why? The toilet is one of the most-used fixtures in the home. The function, cleanliness and durability of this bathroom piece is paramount to the overall satisfaction with the bathroom as a whole.
American Standard toilets are the result of years spent redesigning and refining the toilet into the perfect unit. Whether a one-piece or two-piece is your desire, American Standard toilets have what you’re looking for.
With attractive curves and easy-to-clean design, American Standard toilets ensure that dust, dirt and other unsightly particulates won’t accumulate egregiously and when they do, it’s a cinch to get the fixture back to sparkly white. Or black. See, American Standard toilets come in a handful of colors, just to appeal to those who want something a little different.
Water conservation has become increasingly important to homeowners across the country. In the face of drought and a growing population, water not as abundant as it used to be. To address this issue, American Standard toilets are offered in a few water-consuming varieties, from the standard 1.6 gallon per flush (gpf) to the more water-efficient 1.1 gpf models. And though some question whether so little water can effectively remove the waste from the bowl, the company’s best engineers have designed the shape of the products and the action of the flushing operation to do just that, with very little water. It’s great for the environment and for your wallet.