Low-Flow Toilet Repair
The plumbing industry is constantly working to improve and introduce new technology to make your home work more efficiently. Dutton Plumbing works consistently to ensure we can stock the latest and greatest products for our community. This includes the low-flow toilet, which uses around 45% less water when compared to a more traditional toilet. For those homeowners looking to save a bit of money and help the environment at the same time, a low-flow toilet is a viable option worthy of the investment.
Clogged Toilet Repair
Just like any other toilet, a low-flow toilet can be prone to clogs – the most common issue experienced with all plumbing fixtures. With Dutton Plumbing’s low-flow toilet repair service, we can solve any clogging problem you may experience. While a single small clog is certainly nothing to worry about, a large persistent clog is certainly something you want a professional to address. A clog, if left unattended, can cause leaking or even a burst pipe somewhere in the water line. Without a doubt, it makes much more sense financially to repair a clog before it causes catastrophic damage.
Low Water Pressure Improvement
The second most common problem experienced by those who invest in a low-flow toilet is low water pressure. Using our low-flow toilet repair service, you can ensure the water pressure of your toilet is always optimal. Should the water pressure remain low, you may experience a higher water bill and more water being used per flush. We can effectively return the toilet to like-new condition by examining the system and locating whatever issue may be causing the problem.
Low Flow Toilets Common Problems
While low flow toilets offer numerous advantages, including decreased water usage and improved water conservation, they are not perfect. Even with the most efficient maintenance plan, you may not be able to prevent a breakdown. Regular wear and tear may cause the following common issues:
- Clogged pipes – Many homeowners with low flow toilets find themselves facing clogged pipes. Children, especially, tend to stuff a lot of toilet paper into the bowl, and then try to flush. A low flow toilet cannot successfully handle an increased load.
- Failure to flush – Some low flow toilets simply do not flush completely. This is a common issue that occurs as a result of less water moving through the bowl with each flush. New, innovative designs are fixing this problem.
If you’re having trouble with your low flow toilet, call Dutton Plumbing for prompt maintenance or repairs.
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