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Toilet Repair and Replacement
Toilet Unclogging & Repair in Canton, GA
RooterPLUS! provides toilet repair services all over Canton and services all types and brands. Regardless of your problem, our toilet repair experts can help you quickly and affordably.
Regarding plumbing issues at your home or business, a clogged toilet is often considered the top priority. It's a common problem that can usually be easily diagnosed and fixed by a skilled plumber. If using a plunger doesn't solve the issue or if the clogs occur frequently, it's best to seek the help of a professional plumber in Canton, GA.
Because we have been delivering top-notch toilet repair services for years, we know the root causes of toilet problems and how to fix them. For example, toilet drains are sometimes overwhelmed with toilet paper (and even the occasional kid's toy).
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Toilet Repair Canton
Our licensed technicians at RooterPLUS! offer speedy toilet repair services to solve any toilet problems you may have in your Canton home or business. Our specialists are highly trained in toilet clogs, toilet leak repair, toilets lacking flushing power, and toilet replacement when needed.
CantonToilet Repair: Common Signs Your Toilet Needs Attention
At RooterPLUS!, all our plumbers and technicians are certified in such repairs and possess hands-on experience with toilet repairs. While some toilet repairs are suitable for DIY, we're here to lend a professional hand should you need it.
A blocked toilet is one of the most intimidating issues a homeowner might encounter. The fear arises from the potential for an overflow and subsequent bathroom flood if the toilet is flushed or used while clogged. If you've experienced a blocked toilet (and most of us have), you're all too familiar with this unnerving scenario.
Fortunately, a blocked toilet is typically one of the simplest issues to resolve. Stay calm, avoid excessive flushing, and instead, grab your plunger. The action of the plunger might slightly elevate the water level, but unless the blockage is substantial, your toilet shouldn't overflow. A bit of elbow grease should clear the blockage, returning your toilet to working order.
A dripping toilet could be a consequence of a blocked toilet. However, the cause could also be a deeper blockage within your pipe system, not just the toilet. If the former, the plunging method described above may rectify the situation. However, if the blockage resides further within your pipe system, it may be time to call a certified plumber to identify and address the issue.
Persistently Running Toilet (Unending Water Flow)
A running toilet may have several underlying causes, one common cause being the need for pipe replacement. Suitable pipes can be acquired at any hardware or plumbing supply store. As long as you select the correct size, replacing it simply involves detaching the old pipe and affixing the new one. Don't forget to turn off the water supply before commencing work to avoid creating a mess.
Water Supply Valve Replacement
Another frequent toilet issue might be the need to replace your water supply valve. This problem could also lead to a running toilet or similar issues. Valve kits can be purchased at any plumbing or hardware supply store, and you could perform the replacement yourself if desired. As always, turn off the water supply before initiating any repairs.
The Non-Flushable Toilet If your toilet simply won't flush, mainly if it's a recent installation, it might be time to call in a professional plumber. There can be a multitude of reasons why a toilet won't flush, but a certified plumber can swiftly diagnose the problem and provide a solution.
Oh, No -
If you have ever experienced the feeling of a toilet, not flushing or your bathtub backing up, you are not alone. The helplessness of the water rising in the bowl and spilling onto the floor is devastating. If you have a toilet or bathtub that needs to be plunged, prodded or drain cleaner poured down it on a regular basis, there is a reason.
There is probably an obstruction in the trap or possibly further down the drainpipe. It also may be a sign of a larger problem farther down the main sewer line. Call us and we can clear any obstructions, run a camera down the line, and suggest any toilet or bathtub drain repairs that need to be made.
Save Yourself Some Money
Did you know that 90% of all leaks in a residential plumbing system are found in the toilet tank? Toilets that continuously "run" can waste up to 2 gallons of water per minute! This can add up to thousands of dollars every year for you. If you hear water running in your toilet tank for extended periods after a flush, you may have a small problem that could be costing you big money!
Our certified technicians will find the source of the issue and provide you toilet leak repair to help you get that water bill down. Old and outdated toilets can also be costing you a pretty penny. Most pre-1994 toilets used 3.5 gallons per flush (gpf). Newer "low-flow" toilets use only 1.6 gallons per flush, but they still have the same flushing power as the old 3.5 gpf models. We can recommend and install newer models for toilet replacement that will help you save water, and most of all, save you money.