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If you are experiencing toilet problems in Laveen, Arizona, Jason the Plumber offer toilet repair services to help get your toilet working regularly again. Read below for the most common toilet problems homeowners call us to repair.
Common Toilet Problems We Can Repair
We can help repair the most common toilet problems you are experiencing. The most common toilet problems include:
Jason the Plumber can fix clogged toilets and get your toilet back flushing in a flash. We can also find out why the toilet clogged in the first place and provide ways to keep your drain clear in the future.
Toilet leaks can come from many places including: Condensation, water leaking from inside the tank, leaking between the tank and bowl, shank gasket, fill valve refill tube, cracks in the tank, leaky shutoff valve, leaking supply line, leaking from underneath the toilet or water coming from another place in the bathroom. Luckily, we provide toilet leak repair services to help fix any of the above problems.
A constantly running toilet may waste up to 200 gallons over time. That is a lot of water to waste. Check out this blog to see why this leak can be expensive.
“We had an upstairs toilet that would cause water to leak out a light fixture in our kitchen downstairs whenever the toilet was flushed. One plumber I called was concerned it would be a bigger issue and recommended I call Jason in case it was. He came out the same afternoon that I called. He did a great job repairing, was very quick and efficient, and I was impressed that the price was so reasonable. Glad to have a plumber to call on when I need one in the future!” Claire K.
Older toilet tanks weren’t built the same way as they are today. Toilets made before 1997 could have a problem with a weak flusher which causes a weak or partial flush. Toilet replacement is the only solution in this situation.
If you are only getting a partial flush when flushing the toilet you could have a malfunctioning flapper valve that is closing too quickly. Watch the valve as you flush to make sure it’s staying open and releasing the entire tank of water.
Constant Water Filling
If you hear your water filling up the tank even if the tank wasn’t flushed recently, you may have a water leak. Most of the time this can be fixed by replacing the flapper valve. If you’ve replaced the flapper valve and the water is still running, it’s time to give our professional plumbers a call to diagnose the water leak.
Dropping Water Level
If you recently flushed the toilet only to come back and there is no water in the bowl, one of two things could be wrong, water is either siphoning from the bowl caused by a partial clog or the bowl could be cracked. Drain cleaning can fix the clog but toilet replacement is the only solution for a cracked toilet bowl.
If you’re experiencing a double flushing problem, the water level in your toilet tank is most likely too high. You can lower the water level by adjusting the float to close sooner. If you are still experiencing this problem after adjusting the float, you should give our licensed plumbers a call to fix the problem.
Slow Filling Tank
A slow filling toilet tank can be caused by a shut off valve that is partially closed. Make sure your shut off valve is fully open. If you are still have problems after adjusting the valve, give Jason the Plumber a call for a quick diagnosis.
If you hear dripping sounds after the tank is already full, you may need a new flapper valve or the fill valve tube may be filling up the overflow tube. This can be fixed by adding a clip that keeps the fill valve where it should be.
If your toilet isn’t flushing like it used to you could have a partial clog. This can be fixed with our drain cleaning services or you can use a plunger to try to clear the clog. If you are still experiencing sluggish flushing problems after trying this, give Jason the Plumber a call for a quick diagnosis and repair.
Suction Sounds From Tub & Sink
If you hear suction sounds or gurgling sounds coming from your tub or sink, you might have a clog. We can diagnose the problem and offer an affordable repair solution to fix your tub or sink.
Toilet Leak Repair
If you are experiencing a leaky toilet problem in Laveen, Arizona, we can help with our toilet leak repair services.
Toilet Replacement & Installation
If you believe your toilet is beyond repair, we also offer toilet replacement in Laveen. We also can help with toilet installation if you’re working on a new construction project.