Toilet Plumbing Services
Toilet Plumbing and Installation Services
Of all the plumbing problems a home can have, we can’t think of many that are more inconvenient, disgusting, or generally unpleasant than toilet failure.
If you have a toilet problem so stubborn that your plunger can’t fix it, it’s time to call some professionals. But not just any professionals. You and your family, and your toilet and your home, all deserve the best plumbers in the Tolland County, CT area: Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, located in Andover, CT, and providing service to towns like Salem, Stonington, and more.
What causes toilets to get clogged and lose the ability to flush?
Details may vary, but virtually any toilet problem boils down to one of four areas:
- Sewer lines
- The toilet itself
You’ll know you have a problem, but you might not know where the problem is coming from. Part of our job is figuring that out and then choosing a solution to the problem we’ve diagnosed. You won’t have to worry about quick, temporary fixes from us – with Benjamin Franklin Plumbing, you get nothing but long-term plumbing solutions. That’s why all our repairs, installations, and other services are backed by two-year warranties.
Leaking Toilets: The Hidden Menace
If your toilet is clogged, you’ll know it right away. But a leaking toilet, also known as a running toilet, isn’t always so easy to spot. They can waste gallons of water by the hundreds, but unless you pay attention to your water bills and notice an increase, you’ll never know the difference.
If you have noticed an increase in your water bills and are not sure what caused it, a leaking toilet might be the culprit. Call us for our plumbing services, where we’ll find the leak if there is one and make the repairs your toilet needs.
Dual flush toilet installations save money by saving water.
Benjamin Franklin famously said “a penny saved is a penny earned,” and since he appears on the $100 bill, it’s only appropriate that the amount is how much you can save with a dual flush toilet.
If you have a standard toilet, you’re wasting water every time you flush liquid waste. That’s because your toilet uses the same amount of water to flush liquid waste as it does to flush solid waste, even though liquid waste requires less water. Your old-fashioned toilet doesn’t know the difference, and it’s wasting your money!
But dual flush toilets, which are a type of water-conserving low-flush toilet, have two flush settings: one that uses less water, and another that uses more. You’ll choose a setting based on how much water you need for that particular flush, so you won’t waste water.
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Our plumbing services are headquartered in Andover but are available over a wide area, including Tolland County, CT area and Salem, Stonington, and other towns in the region.
Contact us today.