Cistern Parts

Looking to repair or upgrade your toilet's inner workings? Browse our wide selection of cistern parts to find the right components for your toilet. Choose from cistern parts like inlet valves and overflow tubes, or shop toilet spare parts to replace broken handles and flushers. Top brands like Linkware, Geberit, and Caroma ensure quality construction that will stand the test of time. With the right cistern parts, you can have your toilet working like new again. Browse now and overhaul your toilet from the inside out.

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    Toilet Cistern Parts: A Necessity For Your Bathroom

    Look no further if you're looking for a high-quality, affordable cistern part. We have everything you need to keep your bathroom running smoothly and beautifully.

    We know that every bathroom is different. That's why we offer a wide range of products for cisterns - from the simplest parts to more complex systems. Our spare parts are made from durable materials that will last for years of use, so you can rest easy knowing that your cistern will be in good shape when it comes time to replace them. And if you're worried about what kind of cistern parts are best for your bathroom, our experts are here to help! Call us at 02 6652 9322 to find out what parts work best with your style and budget.

    From Cisterns to Sinks, Discover Quality Spares For Your Bathroom

    Bathrooms are an integral part of a functioning home, and ensuring they run smoothly and efficiently is paramount to your health and hygiene. At Design 10, we provide a range of parts to help keep your home working as it should. You can find everything you want with us, from bathroom sink parts to shower spares.


    Can you replace the cistern on the toilet?

    You don’t always need to replace a toilet’s cistern; sometimes, replacing the individual parts of your toilet’s system can be done gradually. This will help you reduce costs and avoid splurging on an entirely new cistern.

    Are toilet parts interchangeable?

    Unfortunately, toilet parts are not interchangeable, and you will need to identify your unit's brand and model number before changing any internal features of the lavatory. It is best to consult with a plumber before undertaking any major work on your toilet, as you may risk causing damage to it.

    When should I replace my toilet fill valve?

    If you’re experiencing a continuous flow of water or your cistern is making screeching and grinding sounds, this is a sign that your toilet’s fill valve requires replacement.