When my husband and I found out that we had to replace the toilet in the bathroom upstairs, we were going to replace the toilet with something cheap but eco-friendly.
- The only person that uses the upstairs bathroom is my husband.
He doesn’t like to use the bathroom in our bedroom for obvious reasons. My husband decided to look at some custom toilets with advanced technology and features like a bidet, heated seat, self-cleaning technology, and speakers. Several custom toilets with a bidet and heated seats were reasonably priced, but the self-cleaning technology and speakers made all of the choices extremely expensive. I didn’t want to spend $1,000 on a luxury toilet that could play music from side speakers, but my husband really wanted a cool toilet and it was the bathroom that he used most of the time.I agreed to allow my hubby to select any toilet that he wanted as long as it was under budget. He got the plumbing contractor to find a business that would sell the toilet at wholesale costs so it was cheaper. The toilet has adjustable water settings, self cleaning options, a bidet, a nightlight and the speakers my hubby really wanted. The contractor spent a weekend remodeling the bathroom to make room for the new toilet. It is slightly bigger than the old one, so a few adjustments were necessary. I have to admit that the heated seats are a really nice feature, especially when it’s cold and frigid in the middle of winter. The rest of the options are mostly unnecessary and just for fun.