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7. Going for a wall-hung commodeA wall-mounted commode is ergonomic because it can be installed at a height that is comfortable for the user.Additionally, a wall-mounted commode creates free floor space that is easy to clean and maintain.The clearance (free space) in front of the commode should be at least 30 inches.The toilet-paper holder should be placed on the wall slightly ahead of the front edge of the commode so that one can easily access it, at a height of 26 inches from the floor. Place the commode shower on the right-hand side of the commode. Keep in mind that if the user is left-handed then the commode shower should be placed on the left side of the commode.Find out which is better: wall-mounted or floor-mounted WC (commode)
Both porcelain and ceramic tiles are rated on the basis of their hardness. Group-1 and Group-2 tiles are suitable for walls. Group-3 tiles are suitable for areas with light foot traffic. Group-4 and Group-5 tiles are best suited for moderate- and high-traffic areas.If you are looking for long-lasting and maintenance-free tiles for your home, it is highly recommended to opt for porcelain instead of ceramic tiles.Read more:Which Tiles Are Perfect for Indian Floors?Floor Guide: Tiling Ideas For Every RoomTell us: What is your preference between ceramic and porcelain? Why? Let us know in the Comments section below.