Leaving your toilet unrepaired may result in excessively expensive water bills, a high chance of your bathroom being flooded, and sleepless nights caused by strange noises from the toilet tank.
The following clues may suggest that your toilet needs attention:
- The ‘Phantom Flush’:
Your toilet periodically refills spontaneously, as though someone flushed it. This is caused by a slow leak from the tank into the bowl.
- The ‘Weak Flush’
A bowl that empties sluggishly, also known as the ‘weak flush’, can be the result of a problem with the flushing mechanism, restricted flow between the tank and bowl, a blockage in the waste line, or poor venting.
- ‘Leaky Seals’:
A standard toilet has at least five seals, and each of which has the potential to leak. If the seal underneath the base of your toilet fails, the leaking water will eventually rot the bathroom floor.
How We Can Help
We can repair or replace parts of your toilet in order to return it to full working condition. We can even upgrade your existing toilet by installing an updated and improved model to suit your budget and needs!
Simply call us on 02 9123 9970 and we’ll send a qualified plumber to your location with a $0 callout fee. After making an assessment, we will provide you with a fixed-fee quote for the entire job before you agree to it!
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When your toilet malfunctions, the results can range from mildly inconvenient to disastrous. Not only that, a malfunctioning toilet can result in an embarrassing situation for both you and your guests. Toilet repair should always be carried out as soon as a problem is discovered, as leaving an issue unaddressed can result in permanent damage to the toilet, your bathroom floor, or your entire plumbing system. Common issues include:
- Leaking Bowl, Tank or Another Component
- Constantly Running Water
- Flushing Problems
- Refilling Issues
- Blocked Toilets
Dial Up Plumbing has the knowledge and the experience to perform any kind of toilet system repair – here are some of the most common issues to look out for!
Because toilets are made up of different components, leaking toilet repair can refer to a number of specific repair jobs. Most commonly, a leak will occur because one of the seals on your toilet has decayed, or ‘gone bad’ in some other way. A toilet can have five or more seals. When the wax ring seal connecting the toilet to the floor fails, water on the bathroom floor and unpleasant sewerage smells can result. Worse yet, leaking sewerage water can rot your floor/ceiling from the inside. To repair a leaking toilet caused by a faulty seal, it’s important that a skilled plumber installs the correct seal and does so properly. At Dial Up Plumbing, we can also repair or replace the cracked pipes or porcelain that is causing the leaks. Contact link
In order to stay sanitary and in good working order an indoor toilet needs to be able to get rid of waste through flushing. Unfortunately, sometimes the flushing mechanism on a toilet malfunctions. At Dial Up Plumbing, we are skilled in all kinds of toilet flush repair. Perhaps your toilet is simply making odd noises when flushed, or you regularly need to flush more than once to clear the bowl.
Issues also often arise at the refilling stage: the tank may fill up slowly or not at all, or else run continuously even though the tank is full. In some cases, toilets can even begin flushing on their own! These problems not only affect the sanitary workings of your toilet but can also result in a higher water bill. Often, the culprit here will be one of the flushing components in the tank such as the fill valve, flapper, or flush valve. It may also be a problem with your water supply, which is always important to diagnose early before larger problems arise. The experts at Dial Up Plumbing will quickly find the flushing problem and repair it in no time. Add the contact link
Easily one of the most mortifying toilet issues is the dreaded blocked toilet. In the best case, a blockage is simply the result of ‘soft’ buildup, which can be addressed by pouring chemicals down the drain and dissolving the blockage. Plunging may also clear the immediate blockage – however, when this becomes necessary on a regular basis, there is most likely a more serious issue that needs to be addressed.
Foreign objects or simply years of hardened buildup can require physical removal or a combined physical and chemical approach. Some of the most stubborn blockages can be caused by ‘hard water’ – water with high quantities of minerals in it. These minerals build up in your plumbing system, restricting or completely blocking the flow of water and waste. In the short term, we can use a powerful solution to dissolve these blockages – but as a permanent solution, we will install a water softener so that the build-up does not return.
In other cases, the plumbing itself may be at fault. Older or poorly designed pipework can certainly result in toilet blockages. This can include the ‘trap’ that prevents sewer gases from entering the home – especially if yours is an older style ‘S trap’. A slow septic system can also be at fault, as can too little water to the tank or low water pressure. Sometimes, even issues with separate parts of your plumbing system (e.g. the washing machine) can result in a toilet blockage. Our expert plumbers have the ability to properly diagnose the wide range of issues that can cause a clogged toilet, and provide reliable, long-lasting blocked toilet repair. Add more of the contact us link
Expert Sydney Toilet Repair
With over a decade of experience, Dial Up Plumbing provides Sydney toilet repair you can rely on. Whether your issue requires total toilet system repair, or something as simple as toilet seat repair, we have the tools and the skills needed.
Where possible, we can repair your toilet tank or bowl, saving you money. If our plumbers decide that a replacement is necessary, we can find you the best toilet products at the most reasonable prices as well. We know the most common toilet issues to look for and use advanced methods to properly diagnose them. With 24/7 on-demand service, upfront pricing, rapid job turnaround, and a 100% satisfaction guarantee, Dial Up Plumbing is Sydney’s number one toilet repair specialist. Having problems you’re your toilet? Contact us today!
Do plumbers fix toilets?
Repairing toilets is a specialty for plumbers, and experts will be well trained in handling this for you. Our plumbing team’s top-notch training allows them to quickly diagnose the problem and perform a lasting repair.
Why won’t my toilet stop running?
This can be due to a number of issues, but most often it is due to a faulty flapper or fill valve. These components control how much water flows into the tank and the bowl, and when damaged or misaligned, allow water to keep running continuously. Our skilled plumbers will repair or replace the offending parts, solving the issue.
How much does a plumber charge to fix a toilet?
This depends on the specific problem. At Dial Up Plumbing, we provide the highest quality of work at affordable prices. Contact us for more pricing information!