If it is time to replace you existing toilet, it can be quite difficult to decide which style is going to be the best for your bathroom. There is a style that is very popular these days, and that is the one called the close coupled toilet cistern. The close coupled toilet cistern is a toilet with its cistern sat straight on top of the toilet pan, so it forms one complete unit.  London Plumbers can supply and fit new WCs. They are not too difficult to fit, but if you have any doubts about installing it yourself, you should really call a professional Plumber with the relevant experience. But, if you are going to try, here is a brief guide to installing this WC. Having already removed the old toilet: Firstly, visually inspect the new WC that you are going to fit, making sure it is complete and not damaged. To find a cracked cistern once you have started is not good. Also check all supplied fittings. Place the large rubber gasket into the flush entrance of the pan, now, insert the long fixing bolts into the pre-formed holes in the cistern, make sure that you use the rubber and large metal washers supplied. Lift the cistern onto the toilet the pan, allowing the locating bolts to be pushed through the holes provided. Next, place the section of the flushing mechanism with the threads through the rubber gasket on the flush entrance of the pan and fit washers to the connecting bolts, tightening the wing nuts. Make sure that the fixing points are clear of any cables or pipework and then place the WC. Now, slide the pan outlet into the flexible connector that is attached to the soil pipe. You can use silicon grease if required. Drill pilot holes into the floor at the fixing points. Once drilled you can plug them. Push the supplied plastic protective inserts through the holes in the base of the pan and screw the retaining screws down through the holes and into the floor. If the cistern has pre formed fixing holes through the back, secure it to the wall by drilling and plugging, remember the rubber washers before you start to tightening the nuts. Using the push-fit connector, fit the. Once you are happy look for any leaks.