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There’s nothing more satisfying than closing your bathroom door, lifting the lid to your toilet, and then sitting on your slightly chilled porcelain throne. Whether you’re escaping the kids or getting some much needed alone time from the outside world, your toilet is a boon to your sanity. Don’t let a broken toilet ruin the silence. Seriously, if your toilet is “running” constantly, you may have a problem. Contact Vegas Valley Plumbing today to schedule toilet repair services.
6 Signs Your Toilet Needs Some TLC
From a loose toilet handle to a cracked bowl, your toilet could break in any number of ways. A broken toilet is like a flat tire. You can’t avoid fixing it because you rely on it daily — sometimes more if you eat takeout. That’s why it’s imperative that you have a local plumbing contractor that you can trust to get your toilet back to working order.
This may be due to the flapper in your tank. It could be dislodged or broken. A quick adjustment or replacement could fix the problem. If the flapper is in good condition, then you may need to replace the entire flush valve assembly.
Your fill valve may need some TLC. Clean out your fill valve and check your water levels again. Debris can backup this valve. Also, a running toilet may be the cause of a fill valve being clogged.
If you discover a leak at your water supply, it’s time to do some tightening. Get a wrench and see if you can tighten the nut on your water supply pipe. If that doesn’t fix the problem, you may be dealing with a seal issue, which will require help from your neighborhood plumbing experts at Vegas Valley Plumbing.
If you have a water leak where your toilet connects to the floor, you have a larger issue then tightening a nut. Check the mounting bolts that keep the toilet from sliding around. If tightening those bolts don’t stop the leak, you’ll need to remove and replace your porcelain throne — never been a better reason to go shopping, right? This may require the help of a plumbing contractor.
You may have a clog somewhere between your tank and your sewer line. If water flows irregularly, returns to the bowl, or simply won’t disperse when the tank mechanism engages, you probably have a bigger plumbing issue than a broken toilet.
If you notice any of these problems or more, give your local plumbing contractors a call today to schedule your service appointment. At Vegas Valley Plumbing, we are your experts that have been serving Vegas for 20+ years with plumbing services. We look forward to hearing from you.