Toilet Repair and Installation
There are many signs that could indicate that your toilet needs repair. These signs can include a clog, the sound of a constantly running toilet, and even the smell of sewage. If you notice any of these warning signs, call A1 Professional Plumbers to get the job done right the first time.
Several components of your toilet could fail and require a repair or replacement, including the stopper, float, flange, handle, and the refill and siphon tubes. Any of these parts could cause issues with your toilet and can all be easily repaired. Whatever your toilet repair needs, A1 Professional Plumbing is here to help.
If you have an older toilet, you may benefit from having a newer model installed. Upgrading your toilet is a quick and easy way to give your bathroom the facelift it needs to attain that sleek and modern look. Older toilets can develop stains and discoloration that even the most aggressive cleaning techniques can’t banish. If this is the case, the best solution is to replace it with a fresh, new toilet. Advances in plumbing technology have increased the efficiency of the newer models, meaning they use less water, lowering your water bill every month. With several eco-friendly options on the market, you’ll reduce your water consumption and reduce your waste, leaving a smaller carbon footprint behind.
At some point, we’ve all experienced a clogged toilet. You go to flush and instead of flushing down the drain, the water rises up and threatens to spill over. In most cases, using a toilet plunger is the quick and easy solution to this issue, but sometimes it just doesn’t do the trick. If this has happened to you, or if clogged toilets are a regular occurrence in your home, call A1 Professional Plumbing. Our experienced technicians will use the latest in drain cleaning technology to clear out even the most stubborn clogs. We will inspect your pipes to determine the root cause of the recurrent clogs and get your toilets running at peak performance in no time.
Most people don’t think much about their plumbing until something goes wrong, especially when it comes to their toilet. Here are some tips to prevent clogs, and avoid a plumbing emergency:
- Flush before the toilet bowl gets too full of toilet paper
- Don’t flush items like baby wipes, facial wipes, paper towels, or feminine hygiene products
- Keep a trash can nearby to dispose of items that shouldn’t be flushed
- Teach young children what can and cannot be flushed down the toilet