One decision during bathroom remodeling Tampa residents must make is what type of toilet they will choose for their upgraded model. Many homeowners do not realize that there is a variety of options to choose from, but at minimum, they will need to choose between a one-piece or two-piece style toilet. Here are some basics to know before making the final decision.

One Piece Toilets

A one-piece toilet is a singular unit that is considered by most Bathroom remodeling Tampa professionals to be contemporary and sleek. These toilets usually come in a round or elongated style and are liked for their sleek design. One-piece toilets are also made for accessibility and comfort height although standard options are always available. 

One thing contractors enjoy about one-piece toilets is how easy they are to install since no assembly is required. However, this style is heavier which makes installation a bit more difficult. One-piece toilets will also need completely replaced If the tank or bowl gets cracked or damaged. 

Two Piece Toilets

Two-piece toilets have a separate tank and bowl that much be connected upon installation. They come in the same design styles as one-piece toilets and come in both standard and comfort heights. Contractors who are bathroom remodeling Tampa homes sometimes prefer two-piece styles because they are lighter weight. 

Two-piece toilets tend to have more design options available including the ability to mix and match assorted colors for the tank and bowl. These toilets have the added step of connecting the tank and toilet but are still easy assembly for professionals. 

If you are unsure what the best option of toilet is for your bathroom remodeling project, a contractor can help you decide between a one-piece or two-piece model. Homeowners will not go wrong with either option and often choose a style that is economical and fits their space while also looking modern. 

To start on your next project, contact the Bath & Kitchen Gallery at 813-933-8000 or schedule a virtual consultation.