Toilet Installation, Clogs, And Repair
Toilet plumbing problems can be extremely frustrating, and we understand your pain. If you encounter a problem with your toilet, whether it be a clog, leak, loss of flushing power, or a completely new toilet all together and are looking for a certified toilet installation expert, Vallejo Plumbers can help you out. We'll work with your budget, while still performing quality work. But don't just take our word for it! Check out our Google+ reviews :)
Do you have to flush your toilet multiple times just to clear up the water? This problem is actually pretty common. Water fills up the toilet bowl and starts to overflow onto your bathroom tile and suddenly you're dealing with a plumbing emergency. If your find yourself having to plunge your toilet pretty often, there is most likely something blocking the trap. In some cases, there may be an obstruction further down the drainpipe. This is why you have to be careful of what you flush down your toilet! Fortunately you have the best plumbers in Vallejo to count on. When you call us to come to your house, not only will we fix the clogged toilet, but we will also educate you on how to prevent it from happening again.
After flushing your toilet, do you hear water running in your toilet tank for longer than usual? This is a strong indication that you have a leak in your toilet, which means it is pushing water down the overflow tube. This issue can raise your water bill drastically and in some case, you could be wasting more than 200 gallons of water a day! Specifically, the issue may be hailing from what's called a flush valve assembly, an overused flapper valve, or corroded overflow pipe, which may require repiping or new piping all together. As opposed to letting this plumbing problem persist, call Vallejo Plumbers to come take a look. Nine time out of ten you'll end up saving money in the long term because you won't have to deal with unusually high water bills every month. Plus, getting your toilet repaired is good for the environment :)
Toilet Installation And Replacement
If your toilet is more than 20 years old, you probably have the opportunity to save lots of money in your water bill as well. Toilets made before 1994 used 3.5 gallons per flush (gpf). Modern low water usage toilets use only 1.6 gallons per flush and top-of-the-line toilet designs may use even less gallons. All this can be done while keeping the same amount of flushing power, so you don't have to flush multiple times. If you have a certain toilet in mind, feel free to search for the toilet online or go to your local supplier. You could then call our plumbing team to have it installed promptly and effectively. If you have any questions in the meantime about getting your toilet replaced, feel free to call or email us to get an experts perspective.