Broken Toilet Keeps Running – Toilet Water Running – Toilet Not Filling
Toilet Needs Repair?
R&R Murrieta Plumbing is affordable and reliable for all types of plumbing needs. Toilets will be fixed with parts that we carry in our trucks.
Your Toilet has many moving parts. As you know, moving parts will wear out and break. The most common complaints are the toilets will not flush. Other complaints include the toilet is leaking, or the toilet will not stop running. If you have any of these problems and have a second toilet, we recommend that you turn the water off to the toilet and call us at (951) 492-8609. Water can cause a lot of damage if it drips.
Why does the broken toilet leak at the bottom?
When water leaks from under the toilet onto the floor, it can cause a great deal of structural damage. Leaking seals or wax gaskets create these leaks. In some cases, the problem is from other causes. The best thing to do is clean up the water and keep the floor as dry as possible. Then watch for the source of the water. If it is coming from under the toilet, it can be fixed by tightening the bolts holding the toilet to the floor. If that does not work, call R&R.
The Toilet Keeps Running and the Toilet Water Running?
When your toilet keeps running, that can be associated with a simple and inexpensive fix. With the water shortage, you don’t want to waste a lot of water. Allowing the water to flow can keep you up at night. The first thing to look at is if your flapper valve at the bottom of the toilet has come disconnected. You can fix this issue if you are careful. If that does not work, call R&R, and we can get your problem fixed very quickly.
Toilet will not flush and/or toilet not filling?
The most common problem with flushing issues is that the flush handle chain comes disconnected. It is usually easy to reattach. If that does not fix the problem, please call R&R Murrieta Plumbing. We can also fix a toilet not filling.
Other toilet problems?
Many other parts can break on a toilet. It is best when you get them fixed as early as possible. Water can cause structural problems that will cost far more than a simple repair.