|Bathroom > Toilets > Toilet Styles > |
|Siphonic toilets pull waste from the toilet bowl, and are typically more powerful than toilets with a standard washdown flush. The bowls of siphonic toilets, sometimes called jet siphon toilets, are easy to keep clean and are less likely to clog. Available in one piece or two piece models, and with or without dual flush capabilities.|
|Toilets with jet siphon technology empty by pulling waste out of the toilet bowl, as opposed to pushing the waste down with a standard washdown flush. This often results in a cleaner, more powerful flush that is less likely to become backed up. Both one piece toilets and two piece toilets are available with siphonic capabilities. Choose the style that suits your home best.
ADA compliant toilets, also known as handicap toilets, are also available with siphonic flush. These water closets sit higher than a standard toilet, and comply with the guidelines of the Americans Disabilities Act. ADA toilets have become more popular in recent years, as many people simply prefer the enhanced height and choose to add them to their homes. If you'd prefer an antique style toilet for your Victorian bathroom, take a minute to browse our selection of high tank pull chain toilets. Available with wood or vitreous china tanks, these toilets are sure to be the focal point of your bathroom.