All kinds of water can cause major damage to your home, but toilets have the most opportunity to transform your home into a biohazard zone. Simple toilet repair along the way can save you money by reducing the amount of water you use daily. Toilet repair can also keep you from ending up with a disastrous and expensive home repair due to backed-up or leaking toilets.
Some toilet repairs are best left to a professional. If you need to replace your entire toilet or replace the seal around the bottom of the toilet, it might be a good idea to give a professional a call. Also, there is really no job that’s too small or a question that’s too silly. Licensed plumbers have years of experience and specialized tools that most people simply don’t have. You don’t want to guess when it comes to your toilet. You want to be sure that the job is done correctly, so you don’t end up with an overflowing or backed-up toilet.
There are some simple toilet repair jobs that you may choose to tackle yourself:
- If your toilet is only partly flushing or you think your tank is leaking water, you may need a new flapper valve.
- If the level of water in your toilet bowl drops between flushes, it is possible that you have a clog somewhere in the colon of the bowl or a crack somewhere in the interior of the piping. A clog may be as simple as toilet paper, and you may be able to remove this yourself. Installing a new toilet bowl is much harder.
- The water level of your toilet may also be too high, which can cause the toilet to seem like it flushes twice after you push the lever.
When in doubt, call us at Hall’s Plumbing for quick and easy toilet repair. You’ll be glad you did!