Toilet repair or toilet replacement is one of the easiest ways to save water. For instance, if your toilet was purchased between 1980 and 1994, it can use anywhere between 3.5 and 7 gallons of water per flush. Most toilets sold today use 1.6 gallons of water per flush. If you switch to this type of model, you could save more than 275,000 gallons of water over the life of the toilet! If your water bill has increased, it’s more than likely a leak in your toilet. We carry a wide variety of professional toilet repair parts so we can get your toilet fixed on the spot. We also provide and install the worlds leading toilet brand ranging from an economy toilet to a toilet fit for a king!

When a toilet is broken, it can be an irritating issue to deal with when it is not flushing or functioning properly. Many common toilet problems include a toilet not flushing or toilet bowl slowly draining, this could point to a clog somewhere in the toilet or down the line. If you hear phantom flushes when no one uses the toilet.­ If the water keeps running on your toilet or cuts the flushing off abruptly it usually means there is something wrong internally and needs a toilet repair. Water leaking into the toilet tank can be a common issue where you may hear a hissing sound that can show that water is slowly trickling into your toilet tank. There are many reasons why these issues could happen.

Knowing when it is time to replace that toilet, can be obvious and at the time, not so much. With age, your toilet will begin to become less efficient and use more water. Over longer periods of time, cracks will develop that cannot be an easy toilet repair, and the most economic choice will be to replace your toilet. If your toilet is cracked in the bowl or is requiring numerous repairs, it is most definitely time to make the upgrade.

The benefits of a newer, modern toilet are great! You have a lot of technological advantages compared to older models. When you are replacing your toilet, consider the following types of toilets when you are searching. Dual flush ­helps to save water by offering two different volumes of water to flush with. A pressure assisted toilet uses high pressure to flush with less water. Bidet toilets, which are popular in Europe, and gaining popularity in the U.S.A. are toilets that emit a cleansing stream of water that could potentially remove the need for toilet paper. Then there is a gravity flush toilet, this common type of toilet uses gravity to flush when needed.

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