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Toilet Repair & Installation

A leaking toilet may seem like a minor nuisance. However, it can lead to extensive water damage that can ruin materials and furnishings and even compromise structural integrity. Even a minor leak can waste thousands of gallons, increasing water consumption and leading to unnecessary expenses. If wastewater leaks or backs up, building occupants can be exposed to everything like foul odors, exposure to harmful bacteria and toxins.

Our qualified Toilet Repair professionals work hard to ensure that you, our client, have received the most excellent Plumbing Services promptly. At Elans Plumbing Solutions, complete client satisfaction is our goal. We consistently deliver quality Plumbing Services that will exceed your expectations.


At Elans Plumbing Solutions, we’ve seen it all when it comes to clogged and running toilets. We’ve all felt that horrible sinking feeling that comes when you flush the toilet and it doesn’t stop running – and of course, the panic when the water rises to the top of the bowl! What about when you open your water bill, and it’s three times the amount? That’s why we offer fast, full-service toilet repair and toilet installation. Call us any time if you need:

  • Clogged toilet repair
  • Running toilet repair
  • Toilet installation
  • Leaking toilet repair
  • Toilet flush valve repair
  • Toilet flange repair
  • Toilet flapper repair
  • Toilet gasket replacement

Top Reasons To Replace Your Toilet

If the toilet is unsteady and rocks from front to

1. The toilet is leaking at the base, it is loose to the floor or both.

back or you hear a squishing sound when you sit on it, your toilet is giving you a sign that the wax seal/flange that attaches the toilet to the floor has failed. Once this seal has been compromised, water will slowly leak around the floor and may even cause rotting. You have to get the problem fixed immediately. It can potentially cause major damage to your home if you don’t get it resolved.

2. The toilet sounds like it is running constantly.

If you hear running water or your toilet sounds like it’s flushing when you haven’t used it, there could be water leaking out of the tank into the bowl or the fill valve may be faulty. A toilet that continues to run water into the bowl wastes gallons of water over 24 hours and, is detrimental to your septic system and water bill. Either way, we should consider it before it becomes a costly problem.

3. The toilet doesn’t flush properly.

Usually, this happens in an older toilet that isn’t a high-performance flushing model. We can take care of the problem by just upgrading the whole toilet with a newer, better one. A toilet’s flushing power is measured by how many grams of bean paste can be flushed at once. A top-tier toilet can flush 1,000 grams (2.2 pounds) of bean paste with a single push of the handle. We recommend a toilet that can flush 600 to 800 grams. Toilets that can only flush 250 grams may have an appealing price tag but be prepared to keep a plunger handy.

You can also improve your toilet’s performance with the following tips:

Perform maintenance regularly either on your own or hire a plumbing contractor for this purpose. This means an examination of a number of toilet parts on a consistent basis – including the flapper, flush valve, tank ball, seat disc, chain, seal, and more.

Upgrade, repair, or replace your toilet. A great many low-flow toilet options are available on the market today. Upgrading or replacing the entire toilet can significantly help you save on your water bills as well as conserve water.

If you need toilet installation, repair, or replacement, call the expert plumbers at Elans Plumbing Solutions today! There are a variety of plumbing services that we offer to make your toilets reliable whenever you need them.

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