When you need toilet repair or installation services in your Dallas, TX area home, call 214-324-8811. When you book an appointment with Baker Brothers Plumbing & Air Conditioning, you can expect prompt, on time service so you won't waste your entire day waiting around for us.
Problems With Your Toilet That Require A Repair Or Replacement
The most common issue with the toilet is a stubborn clog that causes the water to overflow, creating a terrible mess in your bathroom. When using a plunger proves to be ineffective in solving the problem or if the clog happens frequently, you will probably need the assistance of a Dallas, TX professional.
Another common problem is the constant running of water from the tank into the bowl. This issue, in addition to being annoying for the constant noise it creates, can also be an expensive one when you consider the cost of all that wasted water on your monthly bills. This kind of problem is usually the result of a faulty component inside the tank that allows the water to continuously drain into the bowl.
Water may also be leaking from your toilet if the wax ring locally located between the bowl and the drain becomes cracked or dried out. You may also notice your toilet wobbling from side to side or appearing unstable if you have a broken anchor flange.
A crack or break in the bowl or tank is also a common reason for replacement, as such problems cannot usually be repaired.
Replacing Your Toilet
Many customers with older toilets want to replace them to help give their bathroom an updated look. This is particularly the case if its color has fallen out of fashion.
Other customers grow tired of stains and discoloration. When no amount of scrubbing with even the strongest of cleaning products will remove the unsightly stain, their best choice is to have a new one installed.
Another advantage to updating your old toilet is the greater efficiency that the latest models can provide. Today's toilets consume less water per flush thereby saving you money on your water bills.
The Right Plumber For The Job
Plumbing repair jobs demand the knowledge and expertise of a trained professional. Otherwise, you run the risk of causing significant damage to your home should a leak or break occur.