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Toilet Repair in Lathrop, CA

Greg was called for a toilet repair in Lathrop, CAYour bathroom is an important element of your home, and don't say you heard it from us, but your toilet is kind of a big deal. If you've been suffering from frequent toilet clogs, a toilet that is always making noise, or a toilet that just isn't flushing the way it used to, then you're one of the lucky people to need toilet repair in Lathrop. Our plumbing team has been handling Lathrop's toilet problems for a long time, so we have a few tricks up our sleeves when it comes to diagnosing the problem and getting it fixed right away. Call our plumbers today for all of your Lathrop toilet repair requests!

Top 5 Toilet Problems

1. The toilet bowl leaks.

how a toilet worksA leaky toilet bowl isn't just annoying, but it can also be costly to repair if left unfixed for long. A toilet bowl crack can case water to pool up at the base of the toilet, which can in turn cause water damage to your flooring or carpeting, and cost hundreds of dollars or more to repair. Often times, a cracked toilet bowl warrants the installation of a brand new toilet.

2. The toilet won't flush.

This could be a sign of a broken flush lever, flapper valve, or handle. It could also be a result of a chain that is too long or too short, or not enough water in the toilet tank. These are usually easy fixes, it just takes some time to decipher where the problem is occurring and which parts need replacing.

3. The toilet is noisy.

If your toilet is making strange noises, the first thing to check is the water supply line. Make sure that the water shut-off valve is all the way open. Another reason for a noisy toilet could be that the fill valve or seal is broken or cracked and needs to be replaced.

4. The bowl fills too slowly.

Again, this is reason to check that the water supply valve is all the way open, allowing your toilet to fill completely. You should also check the level of your toilet tank if the bowl isn't filling all the way.

5. The handle is stuck.

Often times, a stuck or loose handle just needs to be disassembled and cleaned up. Lime and other minerals in your toilet bowl water build up, forming a white crusty layer around the toilet's inner workings. However, sometimes one of the components on the handle breaks, and simply needs to be replaced.

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