3 Signs it’s time for a Toilet Replacement
After a toilet replacement, your throne will once again be the best seat in the house.
Whenever you head into the bathroom, a toilet replacement is probably the last thing on your mind. But even the best commodes don’t last forever. If you experience any of these warning signs, your toilet may be on its last leg.
The Toilet Reminds You of a Carnival Ride
When you hop onto the toilet, it shouldn’t move. A wobbly seat is often the first sign of a bigger problem. While you may be able to fix the issue by tightening a few bolts, it’s not always that easy.
As your toilet wears out, it may begin to form small, hairline cracks. The damage is often so minor you don’t notice it right away. But, if the cracks get bigger, your commode could become unstable. Unless you want to fasten your seatbelt and prepare for a bumpy ride, you may want to buy a new toilet.
You’re Tired of Flushing Away Money
If you live in an older home, there is a good chance you’re sitting on the original toilet. Unfortunately, older toilets use up to 3.6 gallons per flush! Think about how much money it costs for every visit. By law, newer toilets cannot use more than 1.6 gallons. If your toilet is old, replacing it will put more money back into your wallet.
Learning About Toilets Has Become a Weekend Hobby
If you find yourself holding onto a plunger more than you used to, your toilet may be trying to tell you something. As commodes age, they become less reliable. You may deal with frequent clogs or leaks. While fixing the situation yourself is tempting, it may be better to throw in the towel and buy a new toilet.
Overflowing, running, and clogged toilets are no fun. If you have to flush more than once whenever you “do your business,” Stormy Plumbing can help. We’ve been in the plumbing business for over 25 years, and we can handle any pipe, drain, or water problem you send our way. Connect with us online to obtain an estimate for toilet replacement.