We keep our trucks fully stocked, so we can fix your toilet right then and there—no need to schedule another appointment.
You’ll always know the price of your toilet repair before any work begins.
We’re here ’til midnight and available on weekends, too.
Your toilet is a vital part of your home, but often you don’t realize how much you rely on it until you suddenly can’t get it to work right. Then it’s all you can think about!
How can you tell if your toilet needs repairs? What’s considered a common toilet problem?
· Recurring clogs. A one-time clog is bad enough. No one likes the dreaded moment where the water in the toilet doesn’t go down, but instead continues to rise until it spills on the floor. You can always try a plunger, and they can really help in a pinch, but if you have to constantly reach for the plunger, there’s more than likely build-up in the trapway or the main branch of the toilet line that needs professional attention.
– Running water. Is your toilet constantly running? When water won’t stop pouring into your toilet, it’s possible the flapper inside the toilet is worn out. Either that, or the fill valve isn’t shutting off. Either way, a running toilet can waste up to 200 gallons of water a day. That can double your water bill! That’s why it’s super important that you call us out to fix a running toilet as soon as possible—every day counts!
· A crack in the tank or bowl of your toilet. While this may just seem like nothing more than a problem with how the toilet looks, it can eventually lead to water damage in your bathroom.
If any of these sound like your toilet, you’ve probably been Googling things like, “toilet repairs near me,” or “fix toilet in Gastonia.” We’ve all been there, and we know it’s stressful. Don’t worry! We can get things fixed up right away!
Not sure if a toilet repair is a better option than a toilet replacement? When you call us out for toilet repairs, your plumber will take a closer look at whatever problems you’re having to determine the best course of action. Usually, if it’s a part that’s going bad, it can be repaired.
If your toilet is old or your water quality isn’t great (it can cause build-up inside your toilet), your plumber may recommend a toilet replacement instead. No matter the problem, your plumber will give options for you to choose what works best for you and your family!