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If you have a problem toilet that always seems to clog, run, or lack flushing power—or if you need any sort of toilet repair or replacement—
Is there anything that causes more frustration than a toilet that won't flush? Water rises in the bowl and begins spilling onto the floor as panic sets in. If a toilet requires plunging on a regular basis, there is probably an obstruction in the trap or farther down the drainpipe. It may even be a symptom of a bigger problem farther down the sewer line. We're experts at dealing with clogged toilets!
If you hear water running in your toilet tank for extended periods after a flush, then your toilet is leaking. This means it is dumping water down the overflow tube and wasting up to 200 gallons of water daily. The problem may be a corroded overflow pipe or flush valve assembly. Sometimes the culprit is a worn out flapper valve. Stop jiggling the handle and call Reasonable Plumbing. Chances are you'll save enough money on your next few water bills to cover the cost of the toilet repair.
If your toilet was manufactured before 1994, it is probably costing you a fortune in water. Most older toilets used 3.5 gallons per flush (gpf). Newer low-flow toilets use only 1.6 gpf and the newest low-flow designs provide the same amount of flushing power as old 3.5-gallon models. Give us a call an we can install an efficient new toilet that will conserve water and save you money month after month.
There are many new environmentally-friendly toilet designs that go even further to save water. Some designs have a dual flushing system which uses only 0.9 gpf for liquid waste but all 1.6 gpf for solid waste. You are welcome to purchase a toilet from the store of your choice then seek our plumbing services to have it installed. We can also provide you with options before delivering and installing the toilet you want.
- One of the more popular toilet myths suggests that when toilets flush in the northern hemisphere, the water circulates clockwise in the bowl while toilets in the southern hemisphere circulate counter-clockwise, supposedly due to the Coriolis Effect caused by the rotation of the Earth. This sounds fascinating, but it is not true. In fact, toilets flush the direction they do solely because of the manufacturer's design. The Coriolis Effect is a real force but it does not impact toilets or sinks.
What are you waiting for? Call Reasonable Plumbing (760) 243 - 4272