Save Space in Your Bathroom Upgrade
October 27, 2016
Anyone thinking of remodeling or updating their home will almost always be focused on two rooms for upgrades: the kitchen and the bathroom. When it comes to bathroom upgrades, one common issue homeowners wrestle with is how to maximize a limited space. But according to one remodeling expert, one smart way to save space in your bathroom update is with a bidet toilet seat.
Ed Del Grande, a master plumber and contractor who is well known from his shows on HGTV and the DIY Network, explains in his syndicated column in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that installing an old-fashioned bidet plumbing fixture can be a challenge for most people given the limited space available in the bathroom. Even if there is enough space for a second fixture next to the toilet, it usually requires high labor costs for the additional plumbing that need to be plumbed for both fixtures.
Fortunately, there is a much better solution. He recommends installing a toilet with integrated bidet system (such as the Bio Bidet IB 835) if you want to upgrade your toilet, or simply install an electric bidet toilet seat if you’re not looking to change your toilet. This allows you to get the enhanced cleaning from a bidet without needing the extra space and extra plumbing required for older bidet fixtures. Plus, today’s electric bidets have tons of extra benefits like heated water and heated seats, not to mention the slew of other features you can find on top models.
And luckily you don’t have to be a master plumber and home improvement star to install a bidet seat in your bathroom. Our bidets have an easy do-it-yourself design so you can replace your standard toilet seat with a fully loaded bidet seat in about 30 minutes. You can check out the website for more information about our great bidet seats and offers like our 30 Day Trial Program, or feel free to give us a call for help finding the best option for you.