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This blog includes descriptions and ways to fix all the most requested plumbing issues.  We hope that it is helpful for our customers.

How to Fix Running Toilets

Did you know that running toilets can waste up to 200 gallons per day? This leakage is 25 times more than a leaking shower and four times more than a leaking faucet. That is a lot of water wasted since the flow is continuous. Understanding the importance of this wasted water can save you a lot of cash. Running toilets results in more water wastage than any other plumbing malfunction. Watch out for signs of a running toilet. These signs include constant filling of your toilet, telltale sounds, and dripping water. An increase in your utility bills can also indicate a running toilet.

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Replace Your Toilet’s Wax Ring

A wax ring is the seal between the toilet and the sewer pipe. It prevents water leakage from the joint and keeps the sewer odor out of your home. These seals usually last a long time. Of course, like everything else, when they go bad they must be replaced quickly. A wax ring is a ring of sticky wax.  These seals dry out over time, crumble and fail. When this happens, water starts leaking from around the base of the toilet. As the seal gets loose, so does the joint between the toilet and the sewer pipe. You will notice the toilet becoming wobbly too. The first thing most people notice is a sewer odor. Once these symptoms appear, things get worse with time.

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Are Your Pipes Worn Out? Do they have Pipe Cracks & Pipe Corrosion?

Pipe corrosion is due to aging. If you live in an old house, you need to get a plumber to check all the water pipes. This would help to reduce the maintenance of replacing the entire plumbing of your home. It is a good idea for an annual plumbing inspection from a master plumber. Get your pipes checked for corrosion. A little maintenance cost from your end might help you to avoid significant expenses. There are several things you can look for to learn if your pipes are wearing out.

Are Your Pipes Worn Out? Do they have Pipe Cracks & Pipe Corrosion?2021-11-23T16:19:14+00:00
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