Toilet Repair & Installation in Cape Coral
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Water-Efficient Toilet Installations
According to the EPA, toilets account for about 30 percent of the average household’s water consumption. Whether you are a residential or commercial client, if you still utilize a toilet from before 1994, you will save money by having a newer model installed. Older toilets waste more than twice the amount of water per flush than those made in 1994 or later.
When you decide to install a new toilet, choosing the right plumbers for the job can be confusing and overwhelming. Trust Gator Drain and Plumbing. We’re so confident in our exceptional service that we offer a 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee and a two-year installation warranty. Our Cape Coral toilet repair and installation team is friendly, certified, and highly-trained to work efficiently while communicating with you throughout the service. As a family-owned and operated company, we build and maintain relationships with our clients to provide service you can trust.
Call Gator Drain and Plumbing at (239) 449-9469 for a free estimate for toilet installation in Cape Coral.
How Much Water Do Toilets Use
Newer toilets have been redesigned to use only 1.6 gallons of water per flush, whereas before they used about 3.5 gallons. The newest models have reduced that number to just 1.28 gallons. Upgrading your toilet to a more water-efficient model can impact your monthly utility costs significantly.
Toilet Repair in Cape Coral
A broken or clogged toilet can be a frustrating situation, especially if you’ve tried using a plunger to no avail. At that point, you know it’s time to call a professional. Our Cape Coral toilet installation and repair services at Gator Drain and Plumbing are qualified to deal with a wide range of commercial and resident toilet repairs in Cape Coral and the surrounding areas.
What are Common Toilet Issues Plumbers Fix:
Clogged Drain Pipe Or Main Sewer
Often times, your home's main sewer may be clogged, causing problems to your home pipes, and you may not even realize it. Some things to look out for include gurgling sounds or bubbles coming out of your toilet. You also want to look out for rising water coming out of your toilets or drains, as this could also be a sign that you have a clogged drain pipe or a clogged main sewer.
Toilet Flange Repair
The toilet flange is a critical part of your toilet. It is the ring that holds the toilet to the ground and is usually made out of plastic or metal. A broken toilet flange is risky and can lead to serious potential damages, such as breaking the toilet sealant and causing your toilet to leak.
This can flood your entire bathroom and lead to other costly repairs that you can easily avoid. Repairing a toilet flange is not a typical "do it yourself" task, and can be quite tricky. At Gator Drain And Plumbing, we can help make sure to get your toilet flange repaired for you quickly and correctly.
Toilet Overflow Tube Replacement
Your toilet's overflow tube is the vertical pipe inside, usually made out of plastic or metal, that has a small rubber tube that is attached at the top. This can quickly become corroded, leaving you with a problematic overflow tube.
Leaking Toilet Repair
Leaky toilets are one of the most common home toilet issues. If you notice a leaky toilet, you should call a professional to get it checked out for you straight away, as you could be wasting gallons and gallons of water every year! Minor leaks can sometimes go unnoticed, and can potentially become bigger issues if left ignored.
Weak Toilet Flush
Toilet won't flush all the way? This could be a sign that you have a weak toilet flush. Toilets that were installed in homes a number of years ago can over time develop a weak flush. This happens due to the accumulation of certain minerals and debris such as rust building up inside your toilet bowl's rim and jet hole. In such a scenario, water begins being blocked from normally moving into the toilet bowl. This is what essentially leads to a weak flush that does not let your toilet properly flush all the way.
Broken Toilet Flush Flapper Valve
Yout toilet's flapper valve is the plug, referred to as the valve seal, that works to flush the toilet. Most of the time, this may have to do with the chain that connects the flapper valve to the handle. Usually, all you have to do is get the flapper valve replaced; however, there have been cases where homeowners have tried doing so but were still left with a constantly running toilet.
This could mean that the seat of the flush valve is what is causing the issue. Let a professional get it fixed for you, quickly and correctly, so that you can have a fully functioning toilet again in no-time.
Malfunctioning Toilet Refill Valve
Are you having toilet fill valve problems? In such a case, what you have to do is make sure to replace the refill valve in its entirety. However, something to consider is that a malfunctioning refill valve is not always the only reason why your toilet might be constantly running, just like in the case of a broken toilet flapper valve.
Worn-Out Toilet Seal
The toilet sealant is a critical part of your toilet, and bathroom as a whole. This sealant is a ring that is made out of wax and is located at the very bottom of the toilet. It is not only responsible for stopping water from leaking from your toilet and onto your bathroom floor, but it also takes care of preventing other costly home damages as well. The toilet sealant usually lasts at least 20 years; however, some toilets may need the sealant replaced sooner than others for various reasons pertaining to climate, for example.
Toilet Installation Problems
There are a number of factors that go into installing a toilet correctly, and improper toilet installation can cause a number of long-term and short-term damages. It can result in non-stop toilet leaks, and can also cause other parts of the toilet to not function the right way. This is where our Cape Coral toilet installation experts can help.
Don’t put up with a constantly leaking, overflowing, running, or clogged toilet. Call our professional Cape Coral toilet repair technicians at Gator Drain and Plumbing at (239) 449-9469!
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