Asked by: Lounes Vilarasau
asked in category: General Last Updated: 22nd March, 2020

How deep is a standard toilet?

30"

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Also asked, are toilets a standard size?

Standard toilets will measure between 15 and 17 inches, while chair style toilets can be up to 17 inches. Toilet bowl shapes: Round toilet bowls take up less room than elongated bowls, which are usually up to three inches longer.

Beside above, how deep is a round toilet? around 28 to 30 inches

Thereof, what are the minimum dimensions for a toilet?

The minimum distance required from the edge of the toilet to the wall is 4 inches (10cm). This means the minimum span required to accommodate a toilet is 30 inches (76cm). A minimum of 21 inches (53cm) is required is required in front of a toilet or bidet.

How do I measure a toilet?

Measure from the wall behind the toilet to the center of one of the closet bolts (that hold the toilet down). If the toilet has four closet bolts, measure to the center of one of the rear ones. Measure from the center of the mounting holes to the back of the new toilet you're considering.

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