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Toilet Installation throughout the Greater Seattle Area

There are really only two reasons why you would be looking at replacing a toilet in your home. The first is that unfortunately, toilets don’t last forever. Whether it’s cracked, leaking, or not running properly, it is usually a good time to replace it while it is breaking, leaking, or trying to work the way it should before it fully breaks and your urgent situation is now an emergency.

The other reason why some homeowners look at replacing their toilets is to upgrade in some way.  For some, it is a matter of the color not matching a bathroom that has recently been redecorated, others want to change the style of the throne in their throne room or need to change fixtures to aid in accessibility.

In comparison to other plumbing jobs, toilet installation is relatively easy and many people decide to install or replace their toilet themselves. But if you don’t want to risk injury or waste time purchasing tools and figuring out the right steps, you can rely on Trusted Plumbing and Heating to do the job professionally.

If you are thinking about making a change in the bathroom for our Seattle neighbors, why not take a few moments to give us a call and get a free estimate on the work you need to be done?

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When is it time to replace your toilet?

Some common problems, like a loose toilet seat, can be fixed with a screwdriver in less than five minutes. Others indicate that your toilet has reached the end of the road and it’s time to get a new one. Here are some things to look for if you aren’t sure whether it’s time to replace your toilet:

  • The bowl or tank is cracked. Toilets are designed to take the weight for many years, but a crack will weaken its integrity and worsen over time, which can lead to an active leak or flood.
  • It needs too many repairs. If you find yourself repeatedly replacing equipment for the tank, tightening bolts, and investigating leaks, do yourself a favor and replace it.
  • It rocks when in use. Loose bolts and caulking that have deteriorated make for a rocky toilet and that can seriously damage your floor.
  • It is leaking.  Water can start to pool around the fixture base and near the flex pipe near the back of the unit.  
  • You want to conserve water and save money. Older toilets can use up to five gallons of water per flush, while newer low-flush models use less than two. That’s a lot of money saved on utilities every year.

Need  your Toilet Installed Today?

Let us take the hassle out of your next toilet installation. Call Trusted Plumbing for a free estimate today at (206)-208-0007 or Schedule an Appointment Online.

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