Low Level Toilets
We are the main supplier of a range of low-level toilets from a variety of leading sanitary ware brands such as Twyford and Armitage Shanks. Take a look at our range of low level toilets; which not only bring an attractive, Victorian inspired element to your bathroom, but also provide comfort and practicality. These can be delivered directly to you quickly and easily thanks to our wide supply network.
- Armitage Shanks Sandringham 21 Magnia Low Level Toilet
As low as £56.40 £47.00
- Twyford Classic Low Level Toilet Pan with Choice of Trap
As low as £61.20 £51.00
Why go for Low Level Toilets?
Low-level toilets are commonly used in commercial washrooms as they provide installers the opportunity to adjust the distance the toilet pan is installed from a wall. Low-level cisterns are usually ceramic and are installed directly to a rear wall, giving you more flexibility when it comes to the placement of your toilet bowl. Low level toilets are also popular for their period style appearance and exposed pipe which adds another decorative feature to bathrooms.
Whether you are replacing an existing damaged low level toilet or installing a new one, we have a wide range of options to suit your individual needs. From finding a low level toilet to suit commercial washrooms in schools,offices and other commercial settings to adding style to your period inspired bathroom, we have high-quality products for each location.The pans can be purchased individually or as a pack to include a toilet cistern and toilet seat, depending on your individual low level toilet needs.
If you are after something specific and cannot see it on our site, or if you have any queries about our products, then please ring or email our experienced sales team who will be pleased to help any way they can.
Low Level Toilet FAQS
What is a Low Level Toilet?
Inspired by the Victorian era, a low level toilet has a ceramic cistern, which is fitted at a low level on the wall and is connected by an exposed metal flush pipe. They are often confused with close coupled toilets which do not have an exposed flush pipe.
How to Fit a Low Level Toilet Cistern
It’s easier to fit a low level toilet cistern as there isn’t usually much concealed work involved. Firstly, you should prepare the soil pipe position for the pan (if your soil pipe is fixed, you can find toilet pan connectors to help with installation).
Low level toilets will usually need the cistern to be fixed to either a wall or reinforced stud wall and can be fixed with brackets. Fixing bolts should then be used to ensure that the cistern is securely fixed to the wall. Please note that fitting instructions may vary depending on the brand and manufacturer.
Advantages of Low Level Toilets
Low level toilets have a range of benefits to bring to any bathroom. Here are just some of the advantages:
They’re stylish - Low level toilets bring an attractive period element to traditional bathrooms and the exposed flush pipe brings another decorative opportunity.
They’re practical - It’s easy to access the cistern, which is within reach and the lid simply just needs to be removed. They are also more compact than high level toilets, freeing up more space in your bathroom.
They give you more freedom when positioning - Unlike close coupled toilets, cisterns are not directly attached to the toilet bowl, so, there is more flexibility when it comes to the placement of your toilet bowl.