A toilet is one visible part of the house that is mostly ignored until
something goes wrong. The ideal situation is that you almost never have
to think about your plumbing system – because let’s face it,
it can be pretty embarrassing to have a toilet issue.
Sometimes it’s obvious when your toilet needs to be replaced, but
other times the signs of a toilet problem are more difficult to notice.
If you’re on the fence, here are some good signs that you would benefit
from a toilet replacement:
Cracks: Tiny cracks can turn into a flood before you know it. Also, if there
is just a small leak, it can collect under your floors and cause significant
Parts falling apart: If you need repair after repair for your toilet, it’s a better
idea to install a completely new toilet.
Significant water usage: Older toilets use around five gallons of water per flush, but with newer
models, that number can be reduced significantly.
Plunging after every use: If you find the toilet constantly clogging, a replacement may be your solution.
Of course, you can replace a toilet for remodeling purposes as well. There
are many designs to explore that bring different benefits, including efficiency,
comfort, and convenience.
Choose a Qualified Plumber
At Ramco Plumbing, Heating & Air, we believe all of our Rancho Cucamonga
plumbers should be highly trained, licensed, bonded, and insured. But
further than that, we believe in family. With our family mentality, we
are able to provide you with the highest quality customer service.
Is a toilet installation in your future? Call (909) 321-6609 for questions,
appointment scheduling, or a free quote. If you’re having an emergency,
contact us 24/7 for prompt service.
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