Having problems with your toilet? Whether the issue lies in flushing, drainage, or another problem, we can help. Colonial Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. is your reliable Colonial Heights toilet repair and installation team. We handle all plumbing problems, from minor issues to major challenges. No matter the problem, we have the right solution for you.
Need help with a major toilet problem?
Major toilet problems should be handled by professional plumbers as soon as possible. Severely clogged toilets are considered major problems. While plungers can solve minor issues, more serious problems will require professional solutions.
If your toilet has trouble flushing there may be a problem farther in the sewer line. Sludge, grease, and even tree roots can block the sewer line and affect normal flow in your home drains. Clogs can also form due to inappropriate items getting flushed.
Another major toilet problem involves the physical condition of the unit itself. Is the porcelain cracking? Are the connecting pipes deteriorating? If you notice these problems it’s time to call for professional repairs.
Read our latest customer reviews and see why we have been the preferred plumbers in Colonial Heights since 1982.
What are some minor issues we handle?
From loose handles to continuously running water, toilets face the same daily wear and tear as every other appliance in the home. Though these are not emergency situations or major issues that need immediate attention, they can cost you hundreds on your water bill if left alone for too long. These problems also put strain on the toilet itself. We can help you handle these minor issues and repair them properly.
Common issues we handle:
- Loose handles
- Low water flow
- Continuously running water
- Weak flush
- Phantom flush
- Low water levels
- Slow filling tank
Looking to install a high efficiency unit?
If you are on the market for a toilet replacement or are simply looking to upgrade to save on your water bill, look to the newer, energy efficient designs. Instead of using 3.5 gallons per flush, energy efficient models only use 1.6 gallons and come in either single- or dual-flush.
Dual-flush toilets use less water when flushing liquid waste and only slightly more for solid waste. While past models of the early 1990s often required two flushes to do the job, today’s modern designs prove far more convenient. Let us help you choose the right toilet to fit your needs and your budget. We will make sure the right unit is installed properly in your home to help you avoid further issues down the road. Enjoy greater peace of mind with a professionally installed, high efficiency toilet that will help you cut back on high water costs.