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If you find out your toilet leaks due to the seal, it’s important to make sure any water in the tank gets pumped into the bowl when you flush and then check for fresh water in the tank again. If no new water appears after each flush — this means that there is a problem with the seal that is preventing water from entering back into the tank.
There are numerous toilet leak problems and causes, but these are some of the most common leaks people experience in their homes or businesses. If you have any other questions about plumbing repairs, replacements, installation services, or more – please contact us for a free estimate at (512) 877-2683.
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When you have tried everything but your toilet keeps leaking it might be time to replace your toilet. When this happens, don’t worry about the cost of a new toilet because we offer affordable rates on installation and replacement for all makes and models of toilets in Leander. We also provide top-notch customer service so that our clients come first when it’s time to replace their toilets.
A few of the reasons you may need to replace your toilet are: it doesn’t flush all the way, water leaks around or under the rim, flapper has been replaced too many times, problems with pressure on a high-efficiency (HE) model or low flow volume that’s caused by clogs and even rust stains.
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How do you know if you have toilet leaks?
The most common sign is water on the floor or under it. You might also notice that some of your toilets are running constantly, especially in certain areas like near cabinets which can make this even more difficult to identify as a leak problem. A wet spot will often be found around sinks, basins, and bathtubs too due to these plumbing systems being connected together by pipes or valves underneath them that transport waste from one system to another when necessary.
There are many possible reasons for toilet leaks including clogs, loose bolts connecting the tank lid assembly (lid bolt), cracked flappers, and also one that is very common in old apartments and homes, the seepage of water from behind the tank due to a defective wax ring.
No matter what is causing your leak problem we can provide you with professional advice on toilet repairs or replacements. We are plumbers in Leander, TX that work for you around the clock so please call us when needed at (512) 877-2683 – even if it’s after hours!
What should I look for when replacing my toilet?
Choosing a toilet for your house might seem like an overwhelming task but it doesn’t have to be. The first thing you need to look at is the space in your bathroom. If you don’t have enough room, then we recommend going with a wall-hung or floor-mounted option that will save on space and installation costs down the road.
When you have figured out the right size for your bathroom, you can start to look at features like one-piece or two-piece toilets. A one-piece toilet has a tank and bowl that is all in one unit so they are easier to install but if you don’t want something permanent then we recommend going with a two-piece option because the separate tank and bowl make it easy to remove if you are renting.
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