No one would argue that a toilet is one of the greatest conveniences ever made, but what do you do when there is a problem? Whether you have a clogged toilet that will not flush, a running toilet that is constantly using water, or a toilet that is leaking water onto the floor no toilet problem is a good one to have. When you call us to resolve the problem, we use the best parts to ensure it is fixed and operating its best.
This can be very frustrating to the user and could ultimately cause the seal underneath the toilet to go bad and leak. In some cases the flange under the toilet is not bolted down and is loose, causing the toilet itself to become loose. In other cases the flange is not set at the proper elevation to the floor. Whatever the cause we will inspect, replace parts as necessary, and have you back up and running quickly
A toilet that runs on and off even when no one is in the bathroom, is more than just an annoyance. The intermittent running sound is likely due to a tank leak, either because of a faulty or corroded flapper, a syphon problem, or some other source. Though the hundreds of gallons of water leaking out of your tank won’t be splashed across your floor, you’ll see the effect on your water bill.
If your toilet is flushing sluggishly, or if you hear a sucking or gurgling sound in the other drains of the bathroom when you flush your toilet, it’s likely that your toilet has a partial clog in the drain and/or vent pipes. It’s a sign that it’s time to call a plumber to take care of a small problem before it becomes a big one. Regardless, we will take great care of you. That's a promise.
There may be no more of an upsetting household catastrophe than a lower-level toilet that has become a source of volcanic sewage. Any clog in the underground pipes leading out to the municipal sewage system will cause your home’s outflow to back up to the nearest outlet, which is often a lower-level toilet. Tree roots often are the culprit and may have entered the pipes and formed a barrier.
When it comes down to it, a toilet is designed to do one thing: Flush. If the toilet is unable to perform its job, it either needs to be repaired or replaced entirely depending on the damage. We will work with you to determine the best decision for your specific scenario. Whether the toilet is repaired or replaced, you will be very happy with the work we provide you.