Again, a $30 repair every 18-24 months for a "GREAT" tenant is not a deal
breaker. At least for most landlords. And to bitch about "labor" costs?
Really? You can't change a toilet seat yourself? Sell all your property and
buy stocks. You're too incompetent to own real estate. Seriously.
Pretty well. My husband is about 370 pounds, and one of those
oak seats (with extra feet applied to even out the stresses where
it's pieced together) lasts until the finish starts degrading from
the cleaners that I use. (Since it's not white, I can't really see
if it's dirty, so I just use a scorched earth approach.)
No idea how heavy the OP's tenant is. It can be difficult to
estimate by looking when someone is so far from average.
Until I read the posting was trying to figure out what a "Higfh
Definition" toilet seat might be!
Maybe a metal reinforced one? i.e. a horseshoe metal reinforcing to
the bottom the seat.
And/or additional contact points to spread the weight evenly from the
bottom of the seat to the ceramic portion of of the toilet.
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