Problems with a toilet can bring a home or business to a standstill. Call us for all of your toilet repair needs. No matter if it’s just a leaky toilet, a stopped up toilet, or your toilet is suffering from overflow, the plumbers at Nichols & Phipps have the solution to the problem at hand. When a toilet in your home or business fails, not alone is it an inconvenience but can also be a sanitation concern. Therefore, its important to get it operating immediately. If you have tried some of the basics to repair your toilet and it is still not fixed, call the plumbers at Nichols & Phipps to take a look.
Maybe you find yourself in the market for total toilet replacement, then look no further for the source of your replacement team. Our trained staff of plumbers know and understand the inner workings of toilet replacement and all of its interactive parts. We are ready to handle the process of your toilet replacement, be it for one toilet, or every toilet in your home, office building or apartment community.
Here are a few obvious problems to look for on a failing toilet:
Trickling and constantly running toilets
Minor and major clogging
Water that doesn’t drain properly
Water flow that doesn’t have enough pressure when the toilet is flushed
Continuously running water
Overflowing due to improper draining, or clogged pipes
Noises from the tub or sink when the toilet is flushed
Hard water and other mineral deposits
Overflowing water in toilet bowl
The Costly Effects of a Toilet Leak
Having clean water that comes directly to your home is a wonderful luxury of every household today, well most any way. However, that also means there is a potential to have water leaks from the toilet, or between the upper tank and the lower bowl, that could cause damage in your bathroom and cost you money. There are both long-term and short-term risks of a leak that can be a major disaster if you don’t catch it in time..
Expensive Water Bills: Even a the smallest toilet leak can cause water loss of thousands of gallons every year. In looking at the facts, there are studies out there that estimate approximately 11% percent of all homes in the United States have some form of a leak that wastes an average of 101 gallons of water every day, and by repairing those leaks could result in savings of 15% percent or more on your monthly water bills.
Water Problems and Damage: Minor leaks around the toilet are sometimes hard to detect, which probably go unnoticed for a long time. Meanwhile, the water continuously leaks from the upper tank, or between the upper tank and the Lower bowl, resulting in major damage to your bathroom floors, walls and fixtures. You don’t want moisture hanging around these areas because it will cause mold growth and further problems.
Wasted Excess Water: Toilet leaks can cause your monthly water bill to increase exponentially. Don’t let that continuous problem cost you money and time.
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