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Dallas Toilet Installation, Repair & Replacement
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, a family of four typically uses up to 400 gallons of water per day, with 70% of this attributed to indoor water use. The average American flushes a toilet five times a day. In older homes with 3.2-gallon toilets, a family of four could use over 20,000 gallons of water annually just by flushing a toilet.
That’s why many municipalities are amending codes to require the installation of a 1.28-gallon toilet for new construction or remodels. If you have a plumbing project that requires installing a new toilet, the licensed and insured professionals at Public Service Plumbers can help make sure you comply with all building codes.
Professional Toilet Repair in Dallas
At Public Service Plumbers, we’ve provided comprehensive plumbing services to businesses and homeowners in and around the DFW Metroplex for over 60 years. We’re proud of the skills, training, and loyalty of our professional team — our plumbers each have at least 10 years of experience. Our support staff is highly knowledgeable, with over 100 years of combined plumbing experience.
We’ll look at more than your toilet installation in Dallas — we’ll keep our eyes open for all potential plumbing concerns so they can be resolved before they get worse. We’re happy to help you with any plumbing/toilet project, large or small.
Whatever the Problem, Our Dallas Toilet Installation Team Can Help
In general, there are three kinds of toilet flush technologies currently used: siphoning, wash-down, and power-assisted flush. In siphoning toilets, water flows to the rim and from a jet located near the bottom of the bowl. Wash-down toilets use a valve that opens when flushed to allow a flood of water to enter the bowl from under the rim of the toilet.
Power-assisted toilets use water and compressed air to create a powerful thrust of water to clear waste out of the bowl. In each kind of toilet, however, consideration must be given to the amount of water used. All our plumbers have experience installing these different types of toilets, and you can be sure that when you need toilet installation in Dallas, we can take care of it.
The new Texas HET Law phasing in 1.28 gallons per flush on toilets went into effect in 2014. If you want to remodel your bathroom or install a new toilet, you’ll need to consider different kinds of water closets and what works best for your family.
Which Toilet Makes Sense for Your Home?
Each of these toilets has advantages and drawbacks – siphoning typically uses a lot of water and may sometimes require two flushes; wash-down toilets often stain and require more than one flush, and power-flush toilets can be loud.
On the other hand, siphoning toilets are usually clean and easy to maintain, while power-flush toilets use a gallon or less of water per flush. Our Dallas toilet replacement team will always be happy to discuss your options with you and determine what will work best for your needs.
Why Choose Us?
For over 60 years, Public Service Plumbers has provided unparalleled plumbing services and products from top manufacturers. Our plumbers receive continuous training to ensure they can provide superior service with unmatched precision and skill.
We provide our Dallas customers with:
- Award-winning service
- Professional staff
- BBB-accredited service
- Hassle-free service
- And more
Schedule service online or call 214-753-4633 to speak with a member of our team.
What causes my toilet to leak?
Toilets can leak for several reasons. The wax ring may be damaged or too old to be effective anymore. You may also find that you have a crack in the tank. Your water connection may also be loose. If you notice a water leak, turn off the water to your toilet to make sure you can isolate the leak.
When should I replace my toilet?
When you notice water puddling around your toilet, it’s a sign that you may need to replace it. Similarly, replacement is best if your toilet needs frequent repairs. For the best results, schedule services with our plumbers to determine whether repair or replacement is the ideal solution for your toilet problems.
Why won’t my toilet shut off?
Over time, the internal mechanism in your tank will start to wear out. If you start to notice that you’re jiggling the handle a lot more, it may be time to call the plumber. While there are many do-it-yourself kits on the market, if you want to ensure everything will continue running smoothly, call the professionals at Public Service Plumbers.
Call 214-753-4633 to talk to the professionals at Public Service Plumbers. We can handle any toilet issues you may have.