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September 08,2019

Toilet Installation in Irwin

Toilet clogged? Try plunging. No good? Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh. We are your licensed, insured, and bonded plumbing experts providing professional toilet installation in Irwin.

Toilets are the single most important creation for the betterment of human sanitation. Whether your toilet is connected to the sewage system or a septic tank, toilets allow for the safe and healthy removal of human waste from the household. However, a toilet issue can stink literally and metaphorically! A clogged toilet can have your bathroom infested with bacteria while leaks can cost you lots of money in water bills.

Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh is dedicated to not only toilet repair, toilet replacement, and toilet installation but also to educating our neighbors about common toilet issues. As your Irwin toilet installer professionals, Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh has put together a list of common toilet plumbing issues and what can be done about them. If you have an emergency plumbing need then please call Mr. Rooter Plumbing today!

Toilet Clogs

Easily the most common toilet issue that we run into are clogs. The only things that should be flushed other than human waste is soft paper like toilet paper and maybe thin napkins. Do not flush food, toys, or trash unless you want a clogged toilet. Even if an object seems like it has flushed, it may clog and build up further down the line in the pipes.

Trying to flush your toilet when it is clogged is not a good idea: it will flow over. In the event of a toilet clog, pull out the plunger. A plunger should fix most small clogs, but larger and deeper clogs will require a professional plumber in Irwin. Call Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh today!

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Running Water

A constantly running toilet is both annoying and costly. If youre sensitive to noise, that sound can get annoying very quick. More importantly, however, the water adds up quick! You can have hundreds of gallons a week in wasted water which translates to a high water bill.

The cause of running water is generally a loose flapper valve. The fix is fairly easy. You will have to turn off the water to the toilet, flush the tank, disconnect the flapper from the chain, replace the flapper valve, and reconnect the chain. If the running continues when you turn the water back on, then give us a call at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh to see if we can solve this with you.

Toilet Leaks

Leaks can cause a mixture of the results from running water as well as the clog. A leak can cause soaring water bills on top of infected bathroom floors. Poor insulation, loose connections, worn washer bolts, and cracks in the your toilet can all cause water to leak and flood your bathroom floor. Though you can try and tighten the connections, there is a good chance that you will require the assistance of our trained plumbers at Mr. Rooter Plumbing of Pittsburgh.

A toilet leaking due to a crack means its probably time to install a new one. If you are in Irwin and are looking for a toilet installer near me, then give us a call today and ask about our many promotional offers.

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