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Toilet Repair Services in Glendale & Phoenix, AZ

When your toilet is clogged, leaks, or won’t flush, you can be left with a mess. You may also be left without a working toilet, which can make any home really uncomfortable. Whenever you’re having toilet problems at home, you need them fixed now. That’s where the reliable, experienced, and customer-focused plumbers at Bumble Bee Plumbing come in. We are your go-to plumbers for prompt toilet repair.

Get an experienced plumber for toilet repair ASAP. Contact Bumble Bee Plumbing at 602-710-7981 for fast, reliable service in Glendale and Phoenix, AZ!

When to Call for Toilet Repairs in & Around Phoenix

At Bumble Bee Plumbing, we are proud to provide top-rated toilet repair services to homeowners throughout Glendale, Phoenix, and the surrounding areas. When you contact us for toilet repair service, we’ll be ready to quickly troubleshoot and diagnose your toilet issue.

Here are red flags that it’s time to call us for a toilet repair:

  • Your toilet won’t flush.
  • It runs constantly.
  • It’s noisy.
  • Your toilet overflows regularly.
  • The toilet bowl is dry.
  • The toilet tank won’t fill.
  • It leaks.
  • Your toilet is acting up in any other way.

Count on Bumble Bee Plumbing for fast, reliable toilet repair services in Glendale, Phoenix, and nearby areas. Call us at 602-710-7981 or contact us online.

Repair or Replace? Top Reasons to Consider Replacing Your Old Toilet

If you’re not sure whether you need to repair or replace your toilet, you’ll likely want to go with a replacement whenever your toilet is:

  • Older or improperly installed: Leaks from these toilets, especially hidden bathroom leaks, can cause water damage to your home’s structure, including bathroom flooring and the ceiling of any room below. Wood rot, mold, odor, health issues, and expense can result. You’ll also likely receive a shockingly high water bill.
  • Inefficient: Toilets from the 1970s may use as much as 7 gallons of water per flush. Check for a date stamp under the tank lid.
  • An eyesore: If your toilet is stained or it detracts from the overall appearance of your bathroom, you may want a toilet replacement to match your décor.
  • Going to be relocated: A remodel or new flooring often makes it convenient to install a new toilet. If you’re replacing your flooring, you might as well purchase a new toilet since the old one may have to come up anyway.
  • Broken: If repair costs for your current toilet are almost as much as the cost of a new model, replacement can be the best option.
  • Uncomfortable: Some toilets are too small, short, or narrow for your family’s needs. If your toilet is simply uncomfortable, install a new one.

Toilet Repair and Installation Experts in Phoenix

At Bumble Bee Plumbing, we repair all types of toilets and pipes with superb attention to detail. We plumb toilets properly to the existing drain and sewer system, making sure your water pipes are in good shape, ready to support your bathroom and toilet requirements.

For top-quality toilet installation and repair services in Phoenix and Glendale, AZ, contact Bumble Bee Plumbing. Call us at 602-710-7981.

And don’t forget to check out our excellent reviews to see why Bumble Bee Plumbing is a leading choice for toilet repair and plumbing services throughout the Phoenix and Glendale areas!

Frequently Asked Questions About Toilet Repair in Phoenix, AZ

Toilets rarely need much knowledge from the homeowner. This can lead to a lot of frustration and confusion when something goes wrong, which naturally means you have questions. Bumble Bee Plumbing has answers! Here are a few of the questions our plumbers get most often:

What is a low-flow toilet?

Low-flow toilets are the standard for toilet installation these days. Simply put, they use far less water. Older toilets could require as much as 3 to 7 gallons per flush, which adds up very quickly. Low-flow toilets, on the other hand, are required to use 1.6 gallons of water maximum. Not only is this great for clean water conservation, but it can also save you considerably on your utility costs.

What causes ghost flushing?

Usually, these phantom flushes are happening because the cistern holding clean water in your toilet tank is slowly draining out. Once the water level gets low enough and the float shifts, the toilet refills, which sounds like it just flushed. The problem may be as simple as a stopper needing replacement or the chain coming loose, or you may have a toilet leak that needs professional repair.

Can cracks on a toilet be repaired?

Unsightly cracks can often be repaired using an epoxy, provided the crack isn’t too long or too deep. This may be more difficult if the crack is below the water line in the bowl, but many professionals can drain the toilet and repair damage anywhere. It all comes down to the severity and age of the crack.

Why is my toilet burping up water when flushed?

Water forcefully coming back up after a flush most often means the flush isn’t completing, or that something is stopping normal flow. The majority of the time this is due to a drain line clog, or damage to the drain line that is restricting water movement.

How long does a toilet last before needing to be replaced?

When properly cared for a toilet can last a lifetime; toilets easily hit the 50- to 60-year mark with no trouble. The real question is how long your toilet’s components will last. Stoppers need replacing every few years, and flushing mechanisms frequently wear out before the seat or cistern. Realistically, a homeowner should expect around 20 or so years before needing to replace a toilet.

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