Today, any establishment needs plumbers to help repair air-conditioning systems, bathrooms, boilers; air-conditioning systems, heating, install, sewerage, repair, and replace, kitchen piping, pumps, radiators and toilet fixing and repair. Plumbing is growing faster and there is a need to understand simple plumbing education to try do-it-yourself when there is a toilet sink leak. The following are the common cause of toilet problems found most households:
• Broken or Clogged Toilets
There is nothing more annoying and embarrassing than to have a clogged toilet with visitors around. This is a serious disruption to life, particularly if a house is designed with a single washroom. The clogging is as a result of blocked materials in the toilet drainage system. Such materials capable of a clogging the toilet are sanitary towels, baby wipes, excessive use of tissue paper even children’s toys.
Many plumbers take advantage of such instance to charge exorbitant fees to fix the problem. With a basic plumbing education, it is will be easy to handle the situation hence saving money and time. A plunger, plumbing snake and other basic household items should be enough to unclog with relative ease.
• Toilet Leakage
A toilet may have water leaking from its bowl if it has cracked or broken. This makes it is difficult to notice why there is water on the floor of the toilet. At this point, no home remedy can save the day, and it is prudent to call for expert services from Hansen Plumbing. To fix the problem, the bowl will have to be replaced with a new one.
Other toilet leakages may be due to water overflow or a leaking tank. This is majorly caused by valve malfunction and it can turn into a much bigger problem if water supply is not cut off or immediately fixed. To avoid such problems, it is best advised to carry out preventive maintenance and repair that typically be performed by home-owners.
• Flushing Problems
If a toilet all of a sudden begins to flush slowly, poorly or completely stops, then the problem should be a clogged drain between the tank and the bowl. However, if other drains or toilets are not functioning properly, this confirms our suspicion. Use a bucket of water to pour into the bowl, if it drains just fine, then the problem lies with the upper toilet unit.
Clear the solid debris in the toilet tank to avoid obstruction of water during flushing. Check the valve to find whether it is working properly. Test the flapper and handle to ascertain the real cause of flushing problem. This one of the most difficult problem to crack, so, if the problem persists get in touch with Hansen Plumbing.