The Home Depot is your one-stop-shop for residential and commercial toilets, bidets and urinals. Plus, you’ll find toilet tank covers, toilet seats, wax rings and all the tools and supplies you need to complete your toilet project. Once you decide which toilet you want, we can deliver it fast.
- 1 Are there bathrooms in Home Depot?
- 2 How much is a standard toilet?
- 3 Does Home Depot take old toilets?
- 4 Do bathroom vanities come with faucets?
- 5 What are considered bathroom fixtures?
- 6 How much will a plumber charge to install a toilet?
- 7 How often should you replace your toilets?
- 8 What brand toilet is best?
- 9 How do you know what toilet to buy?
- 10 What are the three types of toilet?
- 11 How much is a new toilet installed?
- 12 Can I install a toilet myself?
- 13 How long does a toilet last?
Are there bathrooms in Home Depot?
There are no private bathrooms in The Home Depot. Only public ones that are open to both employees and customers in the store. Construction workers have no shame, especially in Home Depot bathrooms.
How much is a standard toilet?
The average new toilet unit costs around $500. The price can range from as low as $90 to as high as $1,500 for a standard residential toilet. Features that can increase cost include the height, shape and smart capabilities of the unit.
Does Home Depot take old toilets?
Home Depot’s Toilet Installation service includes removal of your old toilet and installation of your newly purchased one. We’ll attach the flange bolts, wax ring and supply line, then test to make sure your new toilet is in working order. A thorough cleanup is included!
Do bathroom vanities come with faucets?
Many vanities come complete with the countertop and sink. Faucets are not included with the vanity and need to be purchased separately. Others vanities come without the countertop or sink – allowing you to choose your own.
What are considered bathroom fixtures?
Fixtures include components like faucets and sinks, toilets, showerheads, and bathtubs. Other fixtures include showers, and less commonly in the U.S., bidets.
How much will a plumber charge to install a toilet?
How much will a plumber charge to install a toilet? Toilet installation costs range from $224 to $531, with the national average at $372. Plumbers can charge anywhere from $65 to $250 per hour for labor costs.
How often should you replace your toilets?
Typically, toilets need replacement after 25 years of use so this can be considered the average toilet lifespan. Some would argue that the porcelain toilet itself has a much longer, and even unlimited, lifespan and that it’s only the components inside that need repairs and replacements.
What brand toilet is best?
Top Rated Toilet Brands In The Industry
- American Standard. Are you a patriot?
- TOTO. Oh, the one and only, the ninja of toilets.
- Niagara Conservation.
How do you know what toilet to buy?
Always buy a toilet with the correct rough-in.
- To determine the size of your toilet rough-in, measure from the wall behind the toilet to the bolt caps of your current toilet.
- Most toilets are available in a 12-inch rough-in, which is the standard distance, but a 10- or 14-inch rough-in may be needed in some homes.
What are the three types of toilet?
There are three main types of toilets that you need to look out for:
- Wall Hung toilets.
- Close Coupled toilets.
- Back To Wall toilets.
How much is a new toilet installed?
On average, a standard toilet installation costs between $120 and $230 with most homeowners spending around $150 to $180. This does not include the price of the toilet which averages $100 to $200 for a total toilet replacement cost of $221 to $427.
Can I install a toilet myself?
All you need are a few hours, a helper and the right tools and toilet parts for the job. Before you begin learning how to install a toilet, choose your new toilet, and if you aren’t replacing an existing toilet, make sure you have plumbing ready for the new installation.
How long does a toilet last?
One of the most used fixtures in your home, the toilet, on average has a lifespan of 10-15 years. For being used as often as it is, the toilet can withstand a lot. Unfortunately, there will come a time when you need to replace your toilet.