A leaking toilet can be caused by a number of things, but all have the same result, a puddle of water around your toilet that could end up seeping underneath your tile. If that happens, mold could develop cost you a ton of money in cleaning and repairs.
Some clogs are too big for a plunger to handle. Clogs are usually the result of flushing too much down the toilet or flushing items that don’t belong in your toilet, such as wipes or sanitary items.
If you hear your toilet constantly running after you flush it, it’s almost surely broken. This issue is likely due to a broken or worn down part. It’s very important to get this issue fixed right away; otherwise, it will waste gallons of water and run up your utility bill.
If your home or business has weak flushing, it’s likely because of hard water. The minerals in your water can block proper water-flow into your toilet.
It’s Flushing on its Own
This means that your flapper in charge of regulating your unit’s flushing is worn out and needs to be replaced.
Inconsistent Water Levels
Varying water levels are usually the result of a fill tube that has been damaged. Open up your toilet and inspect the tube to see if it’s been moved or damaged.
Unless you’re a handy person, this is a good instance when you should call our toilet repair experts because your handle needs to be replaced.
Slow Filling of your Bowl
If your water-shutoff valve isn’t operating properly, then you might experience problems.
Gurgle or Suction Sound from Unused Plumbing Appliances
If while you’re using your toilet, you hear a sound coming from another unused plumbing appliance, then either your toilet is clogged or your sewer line needs a cleaning.