Toilet Repair College Station

Water dripping (or running) from the toilet tank into the bowl will increase your water bill, but it may also indicate a problem worse than a simple flushing malfunction.

While the most common cause of a drip into your toilet bowl could be a faulty flushing system, it could also be the result of a crack in the holding tank. A cracked holding tank on your toilet would lead to water leaking into the bowl. Leaving the crack unattended isn’t a good option.  Over time, that crack can grow.  A serious rupture can flood your bathroom and even your house.

Distinguishing between the causes of the drip is vital to how we proceed with a solution. Let us help in determining where the source of the problem is and let JBG get the problem fixed right the first time.

SLOW TOILET FLUSH

A perfect toilet flush is one with enough water and force to flow efficiently down to completely empty the bowl the first time you push the handle. IF you have a toilet that very slowly empties the bowl or requires multiple flushes — you have an issue. More flushes equals a higher water bill and the risk of worsening an already malfunctioning toilet.

JBG can help identify the obstruction in the sewer line and return that toilet to its proper working condition.  A single push of the handle and a quick flushing, completely clean bowl is the mark of a properly installed and properly functioning toilet — JBG solves problems like this every single day — give us a call!

TOILET BOWL WATER LEVEL

You’ll likely notice if the water level of your toilet bowl is either unusually high or unusually low. When you do, it’s time to act. We’ve all experienced a toilet over-flow: the panic, shutting off the water valve behind the toilet, waiting for the water level to retreat, and then grabbing the plunger. There’s no guessing game: this is  the result of clogged pipes.

But what about low water level?  

When there’s a drop in the water level, it could be because of a toilet clog that is drawing an excess amount of water back into the plumbing after each flush, leaving too little water in the bowl. Another cause of a drop in water levels could be an insufficient amount of water in the tank itself.

There are quick fixes to these problems, but they are ones that are best administered by our plumbers. Let JBG do the dirty work for you, so you can get back to the things that matter most to you, your family, or your business.

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