Toilet Repair or Replacements

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Of all the plumbing problems in your home, most people would rank a clogged toilet as the biggest and most common problem.  An experienced plumber can easily diagnose and recommend a toilet repair or replacement.

Are you Remodeling your bathroom or Adding on a new one? Call Progressive Plumbing to have your new toilet installed quickly and easily. We will also dispose of the old toilet at no charge!

Progressive Plumbing will be happy to do a toilet repair or replacement. Please call us at 404-644-9734 for services in CobbDe KalbForsythFulton and Gwinnett counties. We will give you an expert and honest answer to your toilet related questions.

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Tips about Toilet Repair and Maintenance You Didn’t Know

The average person spends about three years of their life using a toilet. (Don’t laugh.) Prolong its life with these useful tips:

  • The toilet uses the most water in your house. Toilet leaks only add to water consumption and thus, should be checked regularly. Note that they are not always noticeable. To see if there is an internal leak, put food coloring in the tank and check the toilet bowl later. If the bowl water is colored, there is a leak from the tank. This may mean you need to replace the fill valve or flapper. This test should be performed at least once a year.

  • A slow flushing toilet should never be ignored because it can cause overflows and backups. The usual causes are partial clogs, sediment buildup, or malfunctioning parts in the tank. Conduct periodic checks on your toilet to diagnose the problem.

  • Household cleaners are oftentimes detrimental to the proper functioning of a toilet. Do not EVER put any chemicals in the toilet tank. This deteriorates all the plastic parts in the tank. This is especially true for drop-in cleaner tabs. Making these mistakes can lead to expensive toilet repair or replacement.

  • Never flush sanitary or baby wipes items down the toilet.