The sound of a running toilet is enough to drive some of us up the wall. Of course, you could close the door to the bathroom. For many, however, this is impractical. Besides, a running toilet wastes a lot of water. In fact, according to the EPA’s WaterSense program, leaky toilets can waste up to 200 gallons of water a day! Yes, a running toilet is leaking, and it’s something that needs repair. This may be something you can do on your own, but you might need the help of a professional plumbers.
A pro can help you diagnose toilet troubles, replace a flapper valve, or even replace the entire toilet if necessary. The most important thing is that you stop the leak, so we’ll help you learn what the problem might be in today’s guide. Call our team for more helpful plumbing tips!