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These units offer warm water without the need to be connected to a hot water line. They do this by heating water in the unit, and storing that heated water in a tank built into the unit. One down side of the tank water heating system comes from the fact that these units keep water hot 24/7. This means that units that use a tank water heater use power throughout the day and night regardless of the amount of use. While these integrated bidets and toilets only offer 30 seconds to a minute or so of warm water before the wash starts to go cold, they still offer the same warm water wash of high end units at a fraction of the cost. Browse our selection of toilet and bidet combos with tank water heating above.
If you are looking for more warm water for your wash, instant and hybrid heaters are options as well. Instant water heaters provide unlimited warm water and sleeker design, but may have a moment of cold water spray and usually has a higher price tag. The hybrid heaters has a limited water supply but more than a tank heater, with a sleeker design than that of the tank heater, and is less expensive than that of the instant heater bidets. Bidets with instant water heating