Some homes have designated toilets for guests. It is usually located on the ground floor, possibly adjacent to the living room or the cloakroom. The family bathroom can be of two types. A more common scenario is a combined WC and shower in the same space. You will also have the handwashing basin in this room. With this setup, one can easily have a shower after completing a number one or two. Or, taking a bath immediately after brushing one’s teeth is normal.
There is also the benefit of overwhelming the odour from your poop with the steam and vapours generated after an immediate warm bath. In addition, you do not have to explain why you’ve spent a long time in the bathroom as your household may have assumed you’ve had a shower after completing a number two. For some homes, separating the toilets from the bath is the most logical thing to do due to the floor plan. We will now explore some benefits of a separate toilet and bathroom.
Benefits of a separate toilet and bathroom
You are in the process of buying a house and just realised the family toilet is separated from the bathroom. What are the benefits of this setup? Let’s look into some of these advantages:
There are also disadvantages for houses that have a separate toilet and bathroom. Our focus in this article has been the benefits for such a layout,
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