There will be few arguments regarding which plumbing problem causes the most problems. The clear winner is always toilet problems!
Your toilet is one of the most important appliances in your home, and unfortunately, it only makes sense that when it stops working properly, it will cause huge levels of inconvenience.
What Are The Common Problems?
Below we have identified some of the most so things that can go wrong with your toilet and if you find any of these things happening, give us a call.
- Toilet Constantly Running: Perhaps the most common problem is that when a toilet valve begins to age, it will harden and allow a constant trickle of water to escape into the bowl, even when you have not flushed the toilet. This can be a nuisance if left unchecked, so if you find yourself fixed with this situation, give us a call and we will be able to get things back to normal for you.
- Toilet Bowl Leaking: Second on the list of toilet issues is a leaking toilet bowl and this can obviously become messy and unpleasant if left. In most cases, a leaking toilet bowl is caused by a defective wax ring. In rare cases, a leaking toilet bowl is caused by cracked porcelain. Either way, give us a call as soon as possible and we will rectify your problem.
- A Broken Toilet Handle: With the amount of use that your toilet flush handle gets, it should not come as a surprise that it may break from time to time. Fortunately, this problem can be easily fixed by a professional, so give us a call and let our team work its magic.
If you ever have problems with your toilet, don’t hesitate to call the team at J&P Group for residential or commercial toilet repair in London. An experienced plumber will come to your home right away and fix the issue in a timely manner.
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Last Updated on May 30, 2020