Speedy Toilet Repair with A South Florida Plumber
Plumbers 911 Experts Will Handle Emergency Toilet Repairs 24/7
We often take for granted the convenience our toilets provide us until it will not flush properly. In that moment of desperation take a deep breath and call Plumbers 911. We are well experienced with toilet repair and can quickly spot the source of your toilet woes.
Do not hesitate to give us a call when your toilet starts to leak from the bottom, is overflowing
, or producing a weak flush. For immediate assistance with an overflowing toilet, we provide 24-hour service 7 days a week, 365 days a year. After placing your call, you can be confident that a plumber is on his way and will be there within the hour, if not sooner.
When faced with any repair, it is natural to ask, “How much is this going to cost me?” Be wary of unbelievable rates as it can signify an unskilled plumber, or one that is unlicensed and uninsured. We strive to provide our customers the best quality service paired with competitive pricing. We actively research the area’s competition and provide you with the best rates.
Common Toilet Problems
cause many problems. Toilets made before 1994 use 3.5 gallons of water per flush. This wastes a lot of water and increases your water bill. Toilets created right after 1994, on the other hand, have a weak flush and are prone to clogs.
This was the year Congress decided to eliminate water waste
by requiring toilets to use only 1.6 gallons per flush. The first models to comply do not work efficiently and it is time to upgrade. Modern toilets provide a strong flush and even feature models that have a double flush options for liquid and solid waste, conserving even more water.
Not only can upgrading save you money on your water bill but it can also add aesthetic value to your bathroom. Keep in mind that not all toilets are the same. There are several types of toilets available including gravity flush toilets, pressure-assisted toilets, and vacuum-assisted. Be sure that your hired technician is skilled with all three types, as they require different repair methods.
The most common problems observed include:
- Weak Flush
- Ghost Flusher
- Double flusher
- Leaking Base
- Rotted/water damaged flooring underneath the toilet
One of the most startling toilet problems is the ghost flusher. This problem causes the toilet to flush on its own. This problem is the result of a leaking, worn, or corroded flapper. The problem may also be in a refill tube that is too large.
When the flapper is damaged it allows water to slowly drain out of the tank and into the bowl activating the fill valve.
Double Flusher and Partial Flusher
If you have to flush your toilet twice for it to flush properly your toilet’s water level must be adjusted. Partial flushes are caused by waterlogged flapper valves that close too quickly. Other sources of this obnoxious problem can be low fill levels, or the wrong length of chain between your flush handle and flapper valve.
Unexplained Water Level Drop in Toilet Bowl
If the water level in your toilet bowl drops significantly, you may have a partial clog siphoning the water from the bowl. It can also be a sign of a defect or crack within the colon of the toilet.
Shaking Toilets and Weak Flushers
Water is released into the bowl from small holes located within the lip of the toilet bowl. Hard water and mineral deposits can accumulate and plug these holes, leading to a weak flush.
An unstable toilet that shakes when you sit down is a sign that the grout between the floor and toilet must be replaced.
Leaking Base and Gurgling Bathtubs
Water around the base of your toilet, or a water stain below the bathroom can be the result of a worn wax gasket. The leak caused by this problem may have caused water damage leading to floor repairs.
Gurgling sounds from your bathtub, when you flush, are indicative of a clog. This can be a clog within the vent pipe, or a clog deeper in the system.
Why Call Plumber 911?
If you are like most individuals, you take your toilet for granted. It is only when it malfunctions that you realize its daily importance in your life. Without repairs, these common problems can cause annoyance, higher water bills, and in some cases severe water damage.
Unless you have the time, skill, and tools to undertake the repairs yourself, it is best to call a plumber. Plumbers 911 techs are licensed, insured, and professionally trained technicians. Our years of expertise make it easy for us to spot the problem and quickly remedy the situation.
We are available for emergency repairs every single day of the year, 24 hours a day. Perhaps the best news is that we are friendly and affordable. We do not inflate our prices but instead do the research and offer you the most competitive rates in the area. Speaking of rates- we provide you with a up-front price so you know how much the job will cost before it begins.
Nothing is worse than starting a project unprepared and having to take extra trips for parts. Our specialists carry everything they need in their well-organized vans to minimize wasted time and increase productivity.
Whether you’re faced with an installation, repair, or emergency assistance you can depend on our reliable service. If your toilet is giving you trouble, let us diagnose the problem and provide you with the solution.
There is no need for you to put up with a noisy toilet, weak flusher, searching for a clog, or figuring out which part to repair when skilled specialists are a call away for an affordable, reasonable price. When it comes down to the bottom line, would you rather trust yourself with the repairs or someone who has had over 10,000 hours of training on the subject?