Worth knowing about wall-mounted toilet. Here you will find tips for wall-mounted toilets when choosing interior cisterns for wall-mounted toilet.

Wall-mounted WC with built-in cisterns

Wall-mounted WC with built-in cisterns

Wall-mounted WC is fashionable. Firstly, there are many who see them as handsome. A large part of what was previously a single piece - a toilet seat, is now divided into two parts - the seat and the cistern. The only thing that can be seen is the toilet seat itself. The cistern is hidden in the wall, and neither does it see or collect dust. Because there is a handiness with wall-hung toilet chairs that also make them attractive: they are as hygienic as they are stylish. Instead of trying to keep clean around edges and cramped around the cistern and on the floor, the wall hanging allows for cleaning in a nafs. The floor is free underneath, so just wipe and clean it like any other floor in the bathroom.

NOTE! The installation in the image above does not show a proper installation. This type of installation is now even illegal.

The built-in cistern

The built-in cistern for a wall-mounted toilet consists of a water resistant container made of durable plastic that is placed in a steel frame. To the design it is flat, so that the wall built to hide the cistern should not be so wide. These can be purchased separately or in combination with the seat itself.

A wall behind a wall

At a wall-mounted toilet seat half the toilet is left behind a wall. The cistern belonging to the WC chair is simply built. The surface is then covered as well as the rest of the walls by an ornamental tile or mosaic. The wall only shows the buttons that control the flush, and so the seat is understood. The wall does not have to be full height, but it is sufficient to keep the cistern in place. Therefore, there is the possibility of building a solid shelf on top of the cistern, which is both an ornament and relief area at one and the same time.


The wall that is built to accommodate the built-in cistern must be stable. First, it must withstand the weight the cistern itself has. But even more important is that it can withstand the toilet seat on the wall itself. Equally important, it is with moisture barriers and sealants and that the cistern is correctly installed. A leak in the cistern can take a long time to detect because it is not obvious for natural reasons. The sealing layer that is built can either lie on the front wall, against the toilet seat or behind the cistern. That is what they are talking about. It is good to have an inspection hatch, so that any leaks can be made and checked.

To get the correct installation possible, it may be worthwhile to let a professional do the job. It is also something that some insurance companies require. The work to mount a wall-mounted toilet is root-deductible.

Video: Fitting and Installation of Concealed Cisterns for Wall Hung Toilets|