The Web site contains a database of parts for one- and two-piece toilets; wall-hung toilets and bowls; flushometer bowls; and wall-outlet bowls. Currently, the most parts information covers American Standard, in some cases, all the way back to 1930. Shields says information on Barclay Products; Briggs; Case; and Crane Plumbing will soon be available.
As Shields puts it on the site: “You may call it a toilet, loo, water closet or 'throne.' Whatever the name, our database can help you find that unique toilet seat you've been looking for.”
Shields' cross-referenced database can help locate a part by color, manufacturer, flapper, ballcock and flush valve. Knowing just one of these items can help locate whatever else contractors may need for repairs. Even if the color is obsolete, the database offers close color matches for more contemporary parts. Besides parts, the Web site also offers an extensive collection of pdfs covering installation and repairs.
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