A: This is a question for Home Depot, not customers of Home Depot. Call the Home Depot in your area.
A: Thank you for taking the time to contact us. We are sorry, our longest padded seat will fit up to 18.94" toilet bowl. The model is 113EC 000 (https://www.toiletseats.com/p/mayfair-lift-off-elongated-cushioned-vinyl-toilet-seat-in-white/). I am attaching a link how to measure toilet bowl: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5lmSj1EMkM. Please contact us at 1-888-722-6488 if you have any additional inquiries.
A: Si, la compré hace poco y es excelente. Fácil de instalar y mejor calidad.
A: I believe they do have those in stock!
A: Hello Greg, Kimball seat is durable plastic seat with slow close and STA-TITE feature - that prevents seat from loosening. I am attaching information along with specifications for your review: https://www.toiletseats.com/p/slow-close-round-closed-front-toilet-seat-in-white-5/ Please contact our customer service at 1-888-722-6488 and reference case 228412.
A: It's definitely durable and an outstanding purchase for the price. Takes only a few minutes to install.
A: Yes it's durable. It has worked out well so far.
A: I feel that itis!
A: It is durable It still broke
A: Hello. I would strongly suggest you reach out to Bemis Mfg. in Sheboygan, WI. Their customer service is second to none and chances are they have a rep for their company nearby. They may be able to make a product suggestion for you and give you information about how to purchase it.
A: Hello, the seat does lay flat. No elevation that I can feel. Quite comfortable for me, no mobility issues yet. The wooden ones are okay, but do get brittle with time. These seats here are light and amazingly durable. Cleaning is a breeze, just no abrasives on it. Hope that helps.
A: I have both the plastic & the wood seat from Bemis at Home Depot , trust me you don't want the plastic one it's too flimsey & won't fit properly too small !! Stick with the heavy wood type it is sturdy unlike the plastic ! I hope this helps you. Wayne :-)
A: Have mobility issues and this seat is easy to get on and off
A: They are spacers in case you need them , most install,s don't. :-)
A: Hello. They are required adapters for a different type of water closet. It allows for a proper fit. Sounds like you didn’t need them... do toss them. Best wishes. By the way... some of the finest plumbers I know are female. :)
A: They are washers to spread the strain of people sitting on the seat around. Without them I bet the service life would be notability shorter. The seat might slide around a bit more as well.
A: For the toilet seat won’t move.
A: The metal pieces act as a washer for the bolts that go through the toilet seat bracket. It's a square shape in the seat bracket that the square piece goes into. So, in order it would be, the square pieces (washers), then the bolt goes through the washers, then the seat bracket, the white star pieces that go on the top side of the bowl holes, then finally the tapered plastic break off nuts on the bottom side of the bowl holes. I hope that helps.