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Toilet Repair Plumber – Pape Village, East York

If you are looking for a reliable toilet repair plumber in Pape Village, East York, then you have come to the right place. We are experienced and knowledgeable professionals who have been providing quality plumbing services to the area for many years. From minor toilet repairs to major renovation projects, we have experience in all aspects of plumbing. Our team is committed to providing timely and efficient service with personal attention to detail and customer satisfaction as our top priority.

No matter what your toilet repair needs may be, we can help. We can provide general repairs such as replacing old or worn parts like the flapper valve or handle assembly, or more complicated repairs such as clearing clogs or broken pipes. We also specialize in installation of new toilets and bathroom fixtures, including ADA compliant models. Our team has extensive knowledge of different types of toilets and how they operate so we can help you choose the best option for your home and budget.

At our plumbing company, we strive for excellence in all aspects of our service. We use only high quality materials from trusted brands such as Kohler and Delta, ensuring that your toilet repair job is done correctly the first time around. Plus, all of our work is backed by a satisfaction guarantee so that you can rest assured knowing that your job will be done right the first time around.

Our team understands that it’s important to get the job done quickly so you can get back to enjoying your home comfort again. So don’t hesitate to contact us today if you need assistance with any type of toilet repair in Pape Village, East York – we look forward to serving you!

Parts Of Your Toilet

The individual components of your toilet all need to be properly installed and in good condition, to get a reliable flush every time. These parts include:

  1. Handle and chain – which connects the hand you flush on the outside of the toilet tank to the mechanism inside it
  2. Float – which senses the amount of water in the tank during a flush and shuts off the flow when the appropriate level is reached
  3. Fill valve/ballcock – opens the fresh water supply when you flush, and closes when the appropriate level is reached
  4. Refill tube – sends a small amount of water into the toilet bowl so that it reaches the right fill level during a flush
  5. Flush valve gasket – located at the bottom of the tank, it forms the opening that water drops through when the toilet is flushed
  6. Flapper – rests against the flush valve opening; the lift chain lifts it when you flush your toilet, to allow water to leave downward
    There are some different configurations and styles on the market, but to summarize, the parts are several, and they need to be set “just right” in order to work properly.

When any one of these parts wears out or fails, the result will be a toilet that does not flush properly, or, does not flush at all. Lift the tank cover, and you’ll see all the parts listed above, sitting underwater. Perhaps nothing at all happens when you try to flush, or the water is continuously running. Time for the repair.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you offer emergency services?

Yes, we offer emergency plumbing services and same day services. If you have an emergency plumbing situation, please call us.

My toilet won't flush properly, what could be causing this?
This could be caused by a variety of issues such as a clogged toilet, a malfunctioning flush valve, or a broken flapper.
My toilet is leaking water, what should I do?
If the water is leaking from the base of the toilet, it may be a problem with the wax ring seal. If the water is coming from the tank, it could be a problem with the flush valve or the fill valve.
My toilet makes a loud noise when I flush it, what's causing this?
This could be caused by a problem with the fill valve, which may be dirty or malfunctioning. It could also be caused by a problem with the flush valve, which may need to be replaced.
My toilet is clogged, how can I fix it?
You can try using a plunger to remove the clog. If that doesn’t work, you may need to use a toilet auger or call our professional plumber.
My toilet is running constantly, what's causing this?
This could be caused by a problem with the fill valve, which may be dirty or malfunctioning. It could also be caused by a problem with the flush valve, which may need to be replaced.
My toilet is loose and wobbling, how can I fix it?
You can try tightening the bolts that hold the toilet to the floor. If that doesn’t work, you may need to replace the wax ring seal or call us plumber.
How can I book a service call?

To book a service call with us, simply give us a call at 905-597-8555.

We look forward to working with you soon!

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