Setting up the Bidet unit

The first thing that you should know about buying a bidet toilet seat is that you get what you pay for. When you buy a reputable brand, you end up with a reputable bidet toilet seat. An attachable bidet toilet seat from a brand with a solid track record will offer you the usability and functionality that you seek, making it a worthwhile investment that will pay for itself over time. If you are buying an attachable bidet seat, then the seat should come with instructions that will explain how you can install it. If you are buying a standalone bidet, you can expect to have to hire a professional to help you with the installation.

When you buy and set up a bidet unit, you need to consider the features that are really important. For example, if you have a bidet toilet seat that has a built-in water heater is going to give you a really big advantage in the form of warm water instantly, but you are going to need to have a specific outlet, a GFI outlet, in order to take advantage of such a function. If you do not have such an outlet, then you will have to bring in an electrician to make it happen. These are considerations that you are going to need to make when it comes to choosing and buying the right bidet toilet seat for your needs.

If you choose a bidet that does not have a built in heater for your water, then the water is going to run cold until the cold is flushed out in place of the warm. This can take up to a minute of running water until the water runs warm, depending on what type of water line is attached between your water heater and your bidet toilet seat. If you are okay with using a cold water wash, then you do not have to worry about the built-in heater and GFI outlet. Just make sure that you consider this when choosing and setting up the ideal bidet toilet seat for your use.

Another consideration is whether you want a heated seat or not. If you want a heated seat, then once again, you are going to need a GFI outlet in order to make it work. Still, this is an excellent feature if you live in a cold climate and do not want to sit on a cold toilet and bidet combination.

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