The easiest way to fix problems with your toilet is to avoid them all together. With this in mind, make sure you never flush anything other than toilet paper down your toilet. Things like paper towels, diapers and rags are not designed to break down in water and can cause stoppages if they make their way into your pipes.
If you think you have a slow leak from your toilet tank to your toilet bowl, try this: add a few drops of food coloring to the toilet tank and wait for about a half hour. When you come back, if any of the colored water has gotten into the bowl, call us as soon as possible – that slow leak, even if it doesn't seem like much, can literally double the cost of your water bills!
Did you know that if your toilet was manufactured prior to 1994 you could be wasting money with every flush? Older toilets use 3.5 gallons per flush – more than double the current industry standard of 1.6 gallons! Assuming that every person in your family flushes the toilet five times a day, replacing your existing toilet with a new, high efficiency toilet can save you over 1,200 gallons of water per month!
New Toilet Installation
Remodeling your bathroom? Adding on a new one? If you've already picked out a toilet for your new bathroom, we can install it and hook it up to your home's plumbing system. If not, we can help you choose a toilet that complements your new bathroom and meets your efficiency needs.
24-Hour Emergency Toilet Repair Services
If you return from vacation to find your bathroom under an inch of water with more streaming out of the top of the bowl, our professional plumbers are available around the clock to make sure that – no matter what time it is.