Toilet Repair

Ever since the invention of the toilet, several centuries ago, it has become a nearly essential feature in every home and business. A toilet that refuses to flush, unexpected leaks, and toilet clogs can prove particularly troublesome for both homes and businesses. If you find yourself struggling with a slow-draining toilet or one with overflow issue, contact us at Drain Right Drain Cleaning & Plumbing, Inc., and we’ll get it back in working order as quickly as possible.

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Professional Toilet Repair & Installation that Denver Trusts 

Malfunctioning toilets can quickly become smelly, unsightly, and inconvenient, and issues can arise from any number of sources. Standing water might occur due to a simple clog or it may be the result of more serious problems with the sewer line. Similarly, leakages may stem from something as simple as a flush valve gasket or as serious as a hairline crack underneath the tank. No matter the cause, you’ll want a professional handling your toilet repair. 

When toilets have significant damage or when you simply want to swap in a new model to match with your remodeling, we provide expert toilet installation service. In addition to promptly seating your new toilet, we will properly turn off the water supply to prevent damage, replace the flange and wax seal if necessary due to degradation, and ensure that your new toilet is properly leveled and seated. 

We make it our goal to effectively aid our clients with all of their toilet-related needs, from common fixes to larger repairs. 

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Why You Should Choose Drain Right Plumbing  

Expertise matters, and the plumbing technicians at Drain Right Drain Cleaning & Plumbing, Inc. know their craft. What’s more, they understand the importance of providing prompt, reliable service at an affordable price. Because we’re not a national chain, we don’t have to charge the exorbitant fees usually required by bigger plumbing businesses.  

We also offer our services to communities beyond the metro Denver area, traveling to cities such as Castle Rock, Boulder, Aurora, Englewood, Westminster, Greely, Highlands Ranch, and more. If you’re experiencing any issues with your toilet, considering a remodeling project or are thinking about building a new home or commercial building, contact us if you live near the Denver metropolitan area. We are happy to accommodate you to the best of our ability! 

Finally, our customers’ satisfaction shows in our A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau profile.  

“After a frustrating experience with another company I used Angie’s list and found Drain Right. They called immediately and had time same day to come out and do a complete replacement of our toilet. Great consultation and no BS trying to up sell me on something unnecessary. Kaleb was great and the toilet runs like a dream. Very reasonable quote. Thanks so much!”
– Phil

Emergency Services for Toilet Repair 

When people imaging plumbing emergencies, troubles with toilets are what come to mind. We understand that a broken flapper or a tank that never stops filling represents a major inconvenience, which is why we offer emergency services such as these: 

  • Diagnosing of overflowing, clogged, or leaking toilets
  • Repairing continually running toilets
  • Determining the source of leaks and remediating them
  • Eliminating clogs
  • Repairing pipes
  • Replacing common toilet components such as flush valves, flapper valves, refill tubes, and float balls
  • Removing old toilets and installing new ones without damaging your surroundings

Toilet Repair FAQs  

Because toilets are vitally important to homeowners and business managers, we receive a lot of questions about them. Below you’ll find the answers to our most common queries. 

The answer depends on the exact problem you’re facing and your comfort with technical tasks. While determined individuals can fix many issues themselves, they run the risks of exacerbating their problems. Additionally, some issues should only be attempted by a professional (e.g., sewer clogs). 

You should contact a plumber if your toilet is chronically leaking or clogged. Failing to do so could lead to an overflow and cause a health hazard.

Installing a new toilet may take anywhere from one to six hours depending on the amount of work required.

Your toilet should generally be replaced about every 25 years. If you’re considering installing a new toilet, contact Drain Right today! We’d love to help.