Your bathroom fixtures are a key component of a successful plumbing system. However, many Bergen County homeowners wait too long to upgrade their fixtures. If you notice any of the following signs in your bathroom, invest in a fixture upgrade as soon as possible.
#1: You Have a Dripping Faucet and Shower head
While a leaky faucet can waste hundreds of gallons of water every year, which can lead to expensive water bills you do not deserve. In some cases these fixtures are damaged beyond repair. To remedy these issues, replace your faucet and showerhead and save on your water bills – you can even invest in Eco-friendly fixtures to save more on your monthly bill.
#2: Your Toilet Is Leaky
Toilets last for a long time with proper maintenance, but not all toilets can survive normal wear and tear. If you have a cracked bowl, a broken-beyond-repair wax ring seal, or another toilet issue that is leading to a leak and ongoing issues, you need to replace your toilet bowl. You can find models to fit your budget and bathroom aesthetic.
#3: You Have Dingy or Rusty Fixtures
Bathroom fixtures do not always look pristine and picture-perfect, especially if they are several years old. Even with regular cleaning, your fixtures may become rusty and dirty over time – and this can make your bathroom feel grimy. Dingy fixtures do not work as efficiently as brand-new ones, so replacing your faucets, pipes, and other fixtures may be in your best interest.
#4: Your Toilet Doesn’t Flush
One of the key mechanisms of your toilet is its flushing fixture. However, a broken flushing mechanism can lead to a completely useless toilet or consistent flushing, which can drive up your water bill. Replacing your toilet can help you bring your toilet back to full capacity and save on water costs.
Upgrading your bathroom fixtures is vital to keeping your home safe and healthy. If you notice any of these signs, don’t wait for an upgrade – contact Mr. Rooter Plumbing today. We will gladly replace and repair any bathroom fixtures in your Bergen County, New Jersey home.