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metered water, if you draw water from a well, or if you experience periodic water shortages Most toilets are made of vitreous china, although some manufacturers carry injection-molded ABS plastic tanks as well The important features to look for in a water closet are:
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Sanitary self-cleaning action
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Size of the free-flow water passage Quietness of the flushing action
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A siphon-jet toilet
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There are only three basic types of toilets that you should be aware of: siphon-jet, reverse-trap, and washdown The first two are the only ones you should consider for inclusion in your home
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The free water surface in a siphon-jet toilet bowl covers practically the entire visible bowl area (Fig 244) Water and wastes exit the siphon-jet from the rear of the bowl 1 A siphon-jet bowl is usually manufactured in an elongated oval form that s attractive and comfortable 2 It s the most sanitary of the three types mentioned 3 The free-flow water passage is the largest of the three, with less chance of becoming obstructed 4 It s the quietest type of the three 5 It s available in a one-piece wall-mounted unit that makes cleaning the bowl itself and the bathroom surfaces around it simple 6 When made in a single piece, however, the cost is quite high because any chip or flaw destroys the entire unit at the factory and in your home When the bowl and tank are separate units the cost for the combination drops
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HOW TO BUILD IT
REVERSE-TRAP BOWLS
A reverse-trap bowl is a shorter type of toilet than the siphon-jet (Fig 245) Like the siphon-jet, water and wastes exit the reversetrap from the rear of the bowl The reversetrap toilet has a free water surface covering roughly two-thirds of the bowl area and has a smaller water outflow passage 1 It s a little less sanitary than the siphon-jet 2 It s moderately quiet in flushing action, and the most popular type with builders of middle-priced houses because it costs quite a bit less than siphon-jet models in similar combinations of tank and bowls
FIGURE 245
A reverse-trap toilet
WASHDOWN BOWLS
Washdown bowls are old-fashioned type toilets that can be distinguished by their vertical front profiles They have very small free water areas, half that of the siphon-jet and the smallest of the three types mentioned Water and wastes exit the washdown models from the front of their bowls 1 It has a noisy flushing action 2 It s not effective in self-cleaning 3 It s the least sanitary of the three types mentioned
BATHTUB AND SHOWER UNITS
A typical home features one bathroom having a combination bathtub and shower, and another bathroom with only a shower (Fig 246)
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Choose bathtub and shower units you ll feel comfortable in, and plan them in advance so the bathroom framing can be erected to size
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FIGURE 246
A bathtub/shower unit
Many sizes of bathtubs are available The usual widths are 21 2 to 4 feet, and lengths, 4 to 6 feet Typical tub depth is 12 to 15 inches above its floor surface Numerous special models such as sunken units and old-fashioned tubs with legs are on the market Remember that the deeper bathtubs will result in less water splashing A small shower stall is only about 30 inches square It s preferable to go with one that s between 36 and 48 inches in both width and depth
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FIBERGLASS TUBS AND SHOWERS
Fiberglass tubs and showers are extremely popular units that come either as a single molded piece complete with walls, or with separate walls that are assembled around the tub (Fig 247) Most new construction uses the single unit tubs/showers having molded walls Advantages 1 They re easier to clean than other types
FIGURE 247
A fiberglass tub and shower
2 They tend to resist mildew better than ceramic tile surfaces 3 They solve the age-old problem of getting a watertight joint between the tub s edges and the adjoining wall surfaces
4 These units can be purchased with their own ceilings attached 5 Fiberglass units are warmer to the touch than the harder models, especially during cold weather 6 They don t soil as quickly as conventional porcelain 7 They can be purchased with molded-in soap holders and seats 8 They re very attractive and come in numerous colors 9 They re soft and forgiving Disadvantages 1 They flex under the weight of even a medium body Sufficient support must be placed beneath the units during installation to prevent the fiberglass floor from giving 2 When the shower water strikes the bottom of a fiberglass unit, it tends to be somewhat noisy unless insulation is installed between the bottom of the shower and the top of the floor, to absorb sound
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