American Standard Boulevard Siphonic Toilet Review

Review Summary
  • Design
  • Flushing
  • Water Usage
  • Cleaning
  • Installation
4.2

A sophisticated and stylish fixture is the American Standard Boulevard Siphonic toilet. A highly finished product with no bends and twists for accumulation of dirt and for spiders to build their webs is a peculiar highlight of this toilet. Designed as a one-piece toilet, it operates under a dual flush system.

Whether the toilet certifies the EPA water sense certification is pending until this moment. No assumption can be made since we deal with facts. The full flush consumes 1.6 gallons of water in every flush while the partial takes up 1.1 gallons of water. An average of both the amounts consumed by the dual flush slightly exceeds the required limits.

Separate purchases can be a nuisance and time wasting. Buying this toilet saves you this hustle. A duroplast seat that has a slow close, lift off and easy re-fit feature is inclusive of the packaging upon delivery. Lovers of style, class and elegance have an item on their list. This toilet is a must have.

Stain, mold, mildew and microorganisms have no place on the EverClean surface. This technology allows for repulsion of any waste matter adding up to its self cleaning mechanism. The cleaning frequency is greatly reduced. Moreover scouring using cleaning detergent and disinfectant is not necessary.

ADA specifications are partially met by the elongated toilet bowl and the stature of the seat being universal. However, the levering aspect goes against the requirements. The twin chrome plated twin push buttons are positioned top most of the tank to control the dual flush system.


Features and specifications

american standard boulevard siphonic toilet
  • Elongated toilet bowl
  • Two chrome push buttons
  • EverClean surface
  • 12” rough in
  • Dual flush system
  • Power wash technology
  • Fully glazed trap way
  • EPA Water Sense certified
  • Partial compliance with ADA certification
  • 3” flush valve
  • 10 year warranty
  • Duroplast seat with lid

Design

Vitreous china material is used in manufacturing this toilet. The EverClean surface on the entire toilet gives it a sleek and glossy look to behold. Moreover, it is part of the self cleaning mechanism aspect of this fixture and works on the basis of repulsion. No stains build up or growth of mold and mildew occurs on the surface.

The elongated bowl and universal height of the toilet seat meet the ADA specifications but the lever system does not. Instead, two chrome plated press buttons are positioned on top of the tank and are use to control the flushing system

Dual flushing system

A highly efficient toilet, it operates under a dual flush system. A full flush of 1.6 GPF and a partial flush of 1.1 GPF which pass through a 3” valve into the toilet. The flush is triggered by the two chrome plated press buttons on top of the tank set. Assisted by the power was mechanism a single flush leaves both the bowl and under rim spotless

Water consumption and maintenance

EPA water certification is currently pending. The dual flush system has a full flush of 1.6 gallons per flush and 1.1 gallons per flush for a partial action. These two amounts averaged result in a slightly higher figure than the recommended 1.28 gallons per flush.

Maintenance is a breeze since this product employs a self cleaning mechanism. The non adhesive property of the toilet brought about by the EverClean surface inhibits any matter, dirt, stain, or mold from sticking on the surface. A single flush forcefully pushes all the debris into the waste pipe and straight to the septic tank.

Installation

A 12” rough in is secured into the waste pipe to allow easy passage of waste without obstruction. A second hand is needed during installation. Placing the base over the waste pipe can be complicated and an uphill task if done alone. The base of this one-piece toilet is heavier than the two-piece toilets and the design of the toilet may block the water shut off pipes and valves.

Wrapping everything up, the EverClean surface on the entire toilet gives it a sleek and glossy look to behold. Moreover, it is part of the self-cleaning mechanism aspect of this fixture and works on the basis of repulsion. No stains build up or growth of mold and mildew occurs on the surface. The dual flush system has a full flush of 1.6 gallons per flush and 1.1 gallons per flush for a partial action.

These two amounts averaged result in a slightly higher figure than the recommended 1.28 gallons per flush.Separate purchases can be a nuisance and time-wasting. Buying this toilet saves you this hustle. A duroplast seat that has a slow close, lift off and easy re-fit feature is inclusive of the packaging upon delivery. Style and elegance are guaranteed by the Boulevard toilet from American Standard.

FINAL VERDICT – American Standard Boulevard Siphonic Toilet


American Standard Boulevard Siphonic Toilet is a remarkable luxury toilet collection from American Standard where it unfolds the beauty and art.Duroplast and low consuming 1.1 gpf/4.1 Lpf makes it as one of the finest toilets that will decorate your home or apartment.

4.2/5

Good Stuff
  • Dual flush system
  • Power wash technology
  • 10 year full warranty
  • Complete with a duroplast seat and lid
  • EverClean surface
Bad Stuff
  • Not an ADA Compliant Toilet
  • EPA WaterSense Certification is pending