Mr Rooter your Tacoma Toilet Repair Specialist
A malfunctioning toilet can be a major nuisance. It is never exciting to watch the water in the bowl start to back-up instead of going down the drain like it should. Whatever the circumstances may be, always remember to stay calm. The last thing you want to do is start plunging the toilet frantically in an attempt to clear the clog.
Getting your commode under control
Although this could very well fix the problem, it might just make a bigger mess. In any event, plunging is a process that requires slow, controlled movements (take this a helpful tip for next time), a strategy the plumbers at Mr. Rooter have mastered.
All our employees are trained in the science of clog removal other toilet repairs. They are certified in the workings of both residential and commercial Tacoma plumbing systems, and undergo continuing education courses with regards to modern equipment and technologies.
We are a locally-owned firm that prides itself in upholding old-fashioned business values. You will always be treated like family; delivering exceptional customer service is our philosophy, even if that is simply removing a clog from a toilet! So in the spirit of fixing plumbing problems, here are a couple signs and symptoms to be aware of the next time your Tacoma toilet starts acting up.
A couple warning signs your toilet is in need of servicing
- Stoppages, overflows, and the like – clogs and blockages are a common plumbing occurrence, and are not always preventable. Accidents can happen anytime, but keep in mind that old toilet flush technology may be a contributing factor if the issue happens on a regular basis. Depending on your toilet’s current condition, you may have no choice but to upgrade.
- Toilet does not stop running – you can practically hear your water bill rising; a toilet that keeps on flowing even when not in use can cause utility expenses to get out of control very quickly. In almost every case, this is the result of a faulty flapper. Thankfully, this part is very inexpensive and easy to replace; just make sure not to wait too long. On the contrary, the float may need to be adjusted to ensure the water in the tank is not continually flowing into the overflow tube.
Leaks around the floor base and weak flushes are other symptoms of an improperly running Tacoma toilet. Call the experts at Mr. Rooter to set up an appointment; we will assess the situation and provide you with an up-front project quote. It is never too late to fix the problem, but the longer you do, the more money you will spend on excess water usage.