When you have a problem with your toilet—whether a clog that can’t be fixed with just a plunger, a leak, or a toilet that won’t flush—you need a plumber, fast. Prompt Rooter And Plumbing understands that toilet issues are one of those plumbing problems that just can’t wait, which is why we provide prompt, professional assistance you can count on.
Our team of highly-trained plumbers is able to quickly and correctly identify the problem and get to work correcting it right away. We handle it all, from un-clogging stubborn blockages to replacing worn out parts to installing entirely new toilets. When you need any type of toilet service in your area, you can depend on Prompt Rooter And Plumbing.
When Should You Call Prompt Rooter And Plumbing?
Not all toilet problems require the assistance of a professional. Some minor clogs can be taken care of with a plunger and often, when the toilet won’t stop running, it’s a simple matter of replacing the chain on the flapper valve inside the tank. However, certain issues do call for a trained plumber, and it’s important to know the difference to avoid wasted time, money, and frustration.
You should contact a professional plumber if you notice any of the following:
- Indications of a leak, including increased water bills
- Small spots, discolorations, or signs of mold
- Unusually low water level in the bowl
- Rising water in the bowl after flushing
- Strange noises after flushing
- Noticeably reduced flushing power
- Signs of a large obstruction, including frequent plunging
- The sound of water running long after flushing
The complicated part comes between the removal of the old toilet and the installation of a new one: our plumber will check and install a several pipes and valves which are designed to keep water flowing to the toilet, as well as keep waste flowing away from the bathroom. if your toilet or plumbing appears to be quite old, they’ll check all of the pipes for any potential issues that might arise after installation, and they’ll be sure to optimize everything for water savings and efficiently along the way.
Once the plumbing has been shored up, your toilet installation moves into the final phase: setting the toilet bowl and installing the water tank. These two elements comprise what everyone thinks of when they condier a typical toilet. The process is relatively easy, and the plumber will ensure that all of the pipes, valves, and fittings are tight — you wouldn’t want your toilet leaking into the downstairs living area, or flushing improperly.