Toilet Repair

Denver Metro Area Toilet Repair & Replacement

As homes start to age, toilets can easily start to fail. Whether it is a leak, issues with flushing, or just time for an update, Copperhead Plumbing, Inc. works with a variety of manufacturers to provide the toilet to meet your needs and décor.

If you notice leaks, constant clogs, or any other inefficiencies with your toilet, it may be time to look at replacing it. With the typical lifespan of a toilet being 10 – 15 years, should your home be older than 15 years, it may be time for a free estimate.

Our professional technicians are here to assist you in repairing your existing toilet or finding the right replacement!

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Tips for Toilet Maintenance

Maintaining your toilet isn’t just about keeping it clean; it’s about preventing problems before they start. Here are some simple tips to keep your porcelain palace functioning flawlessly:

  • Cleaning: Regularly clean your toilet with a disinfectant cleaner, paying attention to the bowl, rim, seat, and tank.
  • Brushing: Brush the toilet bowl daily or every other day to remove waste and prevent bacteria buildup.
  • Plunging: Plunge your toilet only when necessary, and use a gentle plunging motion to avoid damaging the pipes. If you have frequent clogs, an underlying issue may need professional attention.
  • Flapper Care: Inspect the flapper in the tank every few months for signs of wear or tear.
  • Water Supply Valve: Check the valve for leaks periodically. It’s necessary to tighten it if there are any loose connections.
  • Mind the Chemicals: Avoid using harsh chemicals or drain cleaners in your toilet, as they can damage the pipes and porcelain. If you have a stubborn clog, call a professional plumber.

DIY vs Professional Services: When to Call the Experts

  • Leak Detection and Repair: Our professional technicians can diagnose the cause of leaks in the toilet tank or the plumbing system. We’ll provide prompt leak repair to prevent further water damage and disruption.
  • Clogged Drains: We’ll provide fast and efficient drain cleaning services to clear blockages and restore your toilet’s efficiency. From unclogging drains to addressing drainage issues, we have the expertise to tackle any problem.
  • Flushing Issues: We can troubleshoot and repair various flushing problems, including weak flushes, incomplete flushes, and ghost flushes. Whether it’s a malfunctioning flapper, faulty fill valve, or clogged drain line, our technicians have the skills and tools to resolve the issue efficiently.
  • Hardware Replacement: Your toilet can have issues with hardware components like flappers, fill valves, flush valves, and float balls. These can compromise the function of your toilet and potentially cause leaks. We can replace these components quickly to get your toilet working like new again.
  • Upgrades and Installations: If your toilet is beyond repair, we can help you upgrade to a high-performance toilet. Our experts can help you choose the perfect toilet based on your needs, budget, and bathroom décor. We handle the entire installation process, ensuring a seamless and professional experience.

Don’t let toilet troubles disrupt your day. Call Copperhead Plumbing, Inc. today for expert toilet repair, replacement, and maintenance services. We are committed to providing reliable and affordable solutions to keep your toilet functioning flawlessly. We also provide free estimates for all our services and guarantee your satisfaction with our work.

When is it time to replace your toilet?

  • Leaking Toilet: If you notice that your toilet is leaking from the bottom, it is likely time to replace the wax rings. This is a non-invasive process, and your existing toilet can still be used!
    Water constantly running can mean an issue with the rubber flapper in the tank, the fill valve has been damaged, or a slew of other issues. Some issues are a quick, easy fix, while others may mean it is time for an upgrade.
  • Cracked: A toilet can crack and lead to puddling or leaking at the base of your toilet. This can lead to water damage on your flooring or even under your subfloor. When you see a crack in your toilet, it is time to replace it.
  • Inefficient: Since the 1992 passing of the EPA’s Energy Policy Act, toilets have become much more efficient and do not waste nearly the amount of water older toilets do. If you would like to upgrade to a low-flow toilet, give us a call.

What is a tankless water heater size?

Tankless water heaters have a smaller footprint than conventional water heaters with tank storage. Further, they can be wall-mounted and are great for small spaces.
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