Bidet Toilet Services
A bidet is kind of like a toilet mixed with a basin, for a simplistic explanation. Essentially, it is a hands free, hygienic way to clean after using the toilet. Bidets provide extra comfort and a more thorough cleaning than just toilet paper would.
They can be beneficial for just about anyone, and especially helpful for those with physical disabilities. The use of water to clean is perfect for sensitive skin, while the water is even heated for maximum content. Some of the other bidet and bidet seat advantages include:
- Health benefits
- Hygiene benefits
- Increased privacy
- No need for toilet paper
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They are incredibly popular throughout Europe and Asian countries such as Japan or South Korea. While it has taken some time for the popularity to spread down under, Jim’s can help you with all of your Australian bidet desires! Our plumbers have experience installing standalone bidet toilets, or just the bidet seat attachments.
And if someone does go wrong with your current bidet, we could even be there inside an hour* to provide a perfect solution.
We’re available 24/7 at the same great rates, so contact us today to find out more about our bidet Australia services.
How Does a Bidet Work?
Bidets are incredibly simple to use, and their dazzling array of additional features won’t leave your head in a spin. They can be installed simply as a toilet seat, or a full suite connected to your home’s water supply.
What you go for depends on the features you’re after and available space.
But how does it work? Well, the bidet sprays water to clean after you have gone to the toilet. It saves the need for toilet paper and rough abrasive material on sensitive skin. The water can be programmed so it’s a certain temperature, water pressure or angled just right.
Depending on the bidet you have installed, it may also have a heated seat, play music or have coloured lights! Most models also have self-cleaning and blow-drying features.
Without using as much toilet paper, you are also lowering the risk of blocked pipes, which is an added bonus.
Types of Bidets
With the increased popularity in Australia, there is a greater range of bidets to choose from. Jim’s can offer expert advice on what would best suit your bathroom, while we have a handy outline with the quick facts.
This type is most common throughout Europe, and is the more traditional bidet. It is separate to your existing toilet seat, and typically is located right next to it. Like a low sink (but with a comfortable seat) it allows for a thorough and hygienic clean.
Built In Bidet
Like a 2-in-1 deal, this is both a toilet and bidet. There is plenty of comfort and ease of use, which is perfect for keeping things simple.
Bidet Toilet Seat
If you want a quick addition to the bathroom, a bidet toilet suite might be just right. The remote controlled seat is just added to your existing toilet and comes with a wide range of features for convenience.
More like a handheld nozzle, this is not a traditional toilet seat but rather an addition to your toilet. You hold the bidet sprayer and are always in control. This one can also be linked to your hot water supply, so there’s a range of temperature for comfort.
Interest Free Plumbing Plans
For all your bidet services, Jim’s provides interest free payment plans** with no deposit required! It’s the perfect way to have your own bidet installed without paying a single cent upfront. Mon Dieu! A bidet at last.
Our interest free payment options** are available to most customers and your plumber can take you through the whole application process on site. It’s quick and simple, and in no time you’ll be enjoying the luxury of a bidet.
Instalments are can be managed at your own pace at weekly or fortnightly intervals, and there’s no interest. It’s especially helpful if any unplanned bidet emergencies arise.
If this sounds like a perfect deal, contact us today.