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5. Warranty periodMake it a point to purchase the wall-mounted commode from a manufacturing brand that offers a good warranty period of at least 10 years. This is because wall-mounted commodes have some maintenance issues:Since a wall-mounted commode takes support only from the wall, the brackets become loose over time due to continuous usage and weight stress on the commode.The flushing system is concealed within the walls, which makes it difficult to access and it can be repaired by professional technicians only. Additionally, the spare parts for these commodes are very costly.Look at the commodes available in Houzz productsRead more:Which is Better: Wall-Mounted or Floor-Mounted WC (Commode)?Should You Get a Smart Toilet?Tell us:What problems did you face installing or maintaining a wall-mounted commode? Share your experience in the Comments section below.
1. Area of the bathroomBathrooms can be classified according to their square-foot area: A standard guest bathroom (powder room) comprises a sink and a commode. It is approximately 20 square feet. A medium-sized bathroom incorporates a sink, a commode and a shower area. Its area is around 35-40 square feet.A full-sized bathroom can accommodate a sink, a commode and a bathtub, as well as a shower area. It has a covered area of more than 50 square feet.
This relaxing bathroom was a big hit and why wouldn’t it be, thanks to the floating vanity with a sleek granite counter top (not to forget the large mirror that makes the small space seem larger).Architect: Form Space N Design ArchitectsSee how you can squeeze in more storage in your bathroom
3. Mould (fungus) and dust mitesHigh humidity, dark spaces and dampness are ideal conditions for any kind of mould growth. Areas like bathrooms, flooded basements, damp carpets, attics and leaky pipes can be conducive to mould growth.
6. Here, the otherwise wasted area above the WC is put to work by arranging multiple narrow open shelves. This unit comes handy in storing and accessing frequently-used toiletries that usually crowd the basin counter.