There are some toilet issues that you can fix on your own fairly easily. For everything else, give Armor Air a call. Our $29 service fee is the best deal in town, and we can help you fix the following problems:
Is your plunger just not doing the trick? Armor Air’s master plumbers can diagnose the issue and use the appropriate tools to clear the blockage.
Does it look like your toilet is leaking water from its base? A professional plumber can identify the source of the leak and repair any faulty parts or seals.
A running toilet can cost you a lot of money in wasted water; so if it seems like your toilet is always filling its tank, call our professional plumbers right away!
Broken Flush Handle
A broken flush handle can also cause your toilet to run non-stop, which will run up your water bill for the month.
Broken Flapper Valve
If your toilet is making a hissing sound or the flush pressure seems to be low, this could mean that you have a broken flapper valve. This needs to be addressed immediately because this too can cause your toilet to run and wastewater.
Cracked or Broken Toilet Bowl
If you notice a small puddle of water near the base of your toilet, it may be from a cracked or broken toilet bowl. A professional plumber can assess the damage and determine if it can be fixed or if it needs to be replaced.
Worn Out Seals or Gaskets
If there’s a water stain on the ceiling directly below the toilet, it could mean that the gasket that seals the connection between the floor and the toilet is worn out and needs to be replaced.
Improperly Installed Toilet
If the toilet doesn’t seem to be set correctly or it rocks when you sit on it, that means it was improperly installed. Let Armor Air fix the mistake in a quick and efficient way.
Broken Toilet Tank
If the tank or the bowl doesn’t seem to be filling up fully after a flush, that could mean that your toilet tank is broken. Our expert plumbers can identify the cracks on a broken tank and seal them up with epoxy.