If you have ever wondered “can I flush this down my toilet,” then the answer is almost always a resounding “NO”. If it isn’t human… Read more »
Category: Broken Toilet
A toilet that runs continuously can be costly. Estimates are that a single commode can use up to 200 gallons of water a day. You may need to replace the toilet, and probably want an experienced plumber to handle that project. There are steps you can take, though, to stop unnecessary leaks without buying a new toilet.
When you wake up in the middle of the night to sound of water running, or walk into the bathroom at midnight only to find the floor flooded, who do you call? You need help and you need it now. But you don’t want to make the problem worse by hiring the wrong person. This blog helps you determine who you should call in an emergency situation.