In-wall cisterns are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to the traditional toilet suite. They are perfect if you have a small bathroom or are renovating to make your space look bigger. There are three things to consider selecting a toilet with an in-wall cistern:
1. Access to the cistern for servicing and maintenance
2. The type of wall the cistern will be installed into: stud (standard) or mini/nib wall - most installations are into a stud wall. This will also dictate which buttons/cisterns suit. If the cistern is being installed into a mini/nib wall, then an undercounter cistern is required
3. The type of pan you prefer: wall hung or floor mounted
How to create your inwall toilet suite
Follow these 2 simple steps to complete your inwall toilet suite:
Step 1: Choose the pan you like
Step 2: Choose the buttons you like - keeping in mind HOW the cistern will be accessed for servicing once installed. Most people choose front access, which means larger buttons/plate.
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Note: Geberit Sigma buttons suit Geberit Sigma cisterns, Hideaway+ buttons suit Hideaway+ cisterns & Geberit Omega buttons suit Geberit Omega cisterns - they cannot be interchanged with each other.
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