If this is the case, you might have an issue with the fill valve, flapper or flush valve. Our expert plumbers can properly diagnose this issue.
Plumbers call this the "phantom flush." It's usually caused by a slow leak into the bowl, which usually means there's an issue with the flapper. If the flapper is new, there may be other problems that we can troubleshoot.
Different sounds indicate different problems. One of the most common noises is an intermittent hissing sound. This usually indicates that you are losing a very small amount of water in the tank via the flush valve gasket. It’s best to consult a professional to further diagnose and fix this issue.
When water is not flowing into the toilet tank, it usually means there's an issue with the fill valve.
If your toilet tank has a significant crack, it's usually best to replace the toilet altogether.
If your toilet is more than 15 years old and not flushing well, it may be time to consider replacing it with a newer, more water-efficient model.
Once we diagnose your plumbing issue, you'll get a price to fix your toilet before any work begins—so there are no surprises.
Tell us what equipment you'd like installed, and we'll send an installation specialist to determine how much it will cost—for free.
Your toilet repair cost will depend on the type of repair needed. Some parts are easy to replace; others require more time and labor, making them more expensive. For example, replacing a flapper will be less expensive than resealing the wax ring around the base of your toilet.
Note: Most common problems with toilets are caused by over-chlorinated water, which deteriorates plastic and rubber components. Hard water scale can also build up in the jet ports of the toilets, affecting flushing performance. If these issues are causing your toilet to malfunction, we recommend installing a water filtration system.
Schedule your appointment. If you schedule online, we'll call you as soon as we can to confirm your appointment.
We'll send one of our plumbers to see what's causing your toilet problem. Once they diagnose the issue, our plumber will explain the problem to you and give you the best repair options—with upfront, honest pricing. After you agree to a price, our plumber will get to work. Most toilet repairs take about 1 hour to complete.
After we fix your toilet, we'll make sure you have the chance to talk about any issues you had with our service. If our service did not exceed your expectations, we want to know where we went wrong.