We Offer Toilet Repair Services
Having functional toilets is one of the most important aspects of the plumbing system in your home. According to studies, most toilets flush around five times per day, meaning your toilet gets used around 35 times every week. While that may not sound like much, those numbers quickly add up, creating the need for toilet repair. If something is wrong with a toilet in your home, you need to find someone who can get the toilet repair problem resolved as quickly as possible. That’s why you need Schuler Plumbing. If you’re noticing any of the issues discussed here with your toilets, contact Schuler Plumbing. One of our plumbers can determine what’s wrong and get the problem resolved quickly. We pride ourselves on our wide array of toilet repair services.
Common Toilet Issues
The world-class team of plumbers that make up Schuler Plumbing have run into virtually every type of toilet issue imaginable. Over the years, our team has managed to repair every type of problem that a toilet can have, and when a toilet is beyond repair, they can quickly handle toilet replacement. However, some toilet issues are simply more common than others. If you’re noticing problems with your toilet, contact Schuler Plumbing so one of our team members can get the issue fixed for you.
Toilet clogs are the most common issue. After all, toilets go through a lot of us, so clogs are going to happen. There are some steps you can take to reduce the likelihood of a toilet clog such as being careful about what you flush down the toilet. Cat litter, feminine hygiene products, and other non-soluble items should never be flushed.
While you may only see a tank and a bowl when you look at your toilet, there are several connections that make your toilet work. Not only does water have to be able to flow to your toilet to refill the tank, but it’s even more important that wastewater is whisked away every time you push the flusher. With so many plumbing connections, you may have an occasional toilet leak. If you ever notice water around your toilet, or it seems like your toilet is constantly running, you probably have a leak.
Beneath the surface of your toilet bowl, there is a thick wax ring that connects the bowl to the flange. The flange is held in place with two or more bolts that come through the base of your toilet. If these bolts become loose or the wax ring is damaged (which happens every five years or so), the toilet will wobble back and forth when you sit on it. Toilets shouldn’t move, and if yours is, there is a chance of the wobbly toilet producing a leak.
Warning Signs Your Toilet Needs Repair
You don’t have to wait for a plumbing emergency to let you know that you need toilet repair services. If you notice any of these signs, don’t hesitate to call Schuler Plumbing. One of our professionally licensed plumbers can get to your home, diagnose the exact cause of your toilet issues, and get the problem repaired quickly and correctly.
When toilets are struggling to drain or having issues with refilling, they will usually make some strange noises. If you notice any suction or gurgling sounds coming from your toilet, you should schedule toilet repair services near me as quickly as possible. In most cases, toilets start making strange sounds before problems get too serious. This means you should call for toilet repair as soon as you start hearing these sounds.
If you find yourself having to flush your toilet multiple times, something isn’t working correctly. Toilets should flush completely after a single flush. If yours isn’t doing that, there is likely an issue with the amount of water in your tank. It takes multiple moving parts to ensure that your tank has enough water to flush everything out of your bowl, so if you’re having to hit the lever or the button multiple times, it’s likely that one of those parts isn’t working correctly.
Bathroom clogs are certainly not uncommon. After all, drains in your bathroom are faced with hair, soap scum, human waste, toilet paper, and other items every day. While an occasional clog that you can tackle with a plunger is normal, if you start noticing frequent clogs, there’s likely something wrong with your toilet. Plungers can only take care of clogs that are a reasonable distance away from the drain that you can see. If the clog is deeper in the drainage system, you need a plumber with a snake or an auger to tackle the issue for you.
Finally, if your toilet is leaking, you don’t have time to waste. If the leak is in the tank of the toilet, your toilet is going to run more frequently, raising your water bill. However, if the leak is found around the base of the bowl around the wax ring, you and your family may be in danger. The noxious odors that are produced when a wax ring has gone bad are from a toxic gas. If you ever notice water seeping around the base of your toilet, turn off the water supply to the toilet on the knob found near the back of the tank, and call Schuler Plumbing. Doing so can also protect your home from mold growing in the floor around your toilet.
What to Expect When Our Professionals Come to Repair Your Toilet
At Schuler Plumbing, we pride ourselves on friendly professionalism. When you choose us, you’re going to get plumbing service from a plumber who is among the best in the world at what he or she does. This plumber will make sure that you’re aware of everything going on, so you never have to worry about being charged for something that you don’t need. Our professionally licensed plumbers have undergone incredible training and are constantly informed about how to use the newest pieces of plumbing technology, meaning that any toilet issues you’re having will be handled quickly and correctly.
The Schuler Plumbing Difference
You may be wondering what makes Schuler Plumbing different than any of the other companies who are trying to earn your business. First of all, some of those companies are national brands that don’t really know our community. Conversely, Schuler Plumbing is a family-owned business that is a proud member of our community. Additionally, we are proud to be a veteran-owned company that seeks to espouse the values that drive the US Armed Forces.
It’s also important to note that Schuler Plumbing is a fully licensed, bonded, and insured company. While our plumbers are great at what they do, we fully understand that sometimes something goes wrong on a job. Thanks to our insurance policies, there is no financial risk for you to worry about.
What sets Schuler Plumbing apart from the crowd? We truly care about our community and the people who call it home. We treat you like a friend and neighbor because that’s exactly what you are to us.