A running toilet is more than just a bother as it can leak and cause water damage.
When you flush a toilet in your home, it shouldn’t make noise for very long after the water has returned to the bowl. A running toilet can often indicate a number of issues and diagnosing the cause of this problem is important to getting it resolved. You may need to adjust the float height within the tank, or the flapper may be leaking and causing water to escape. An elongated refill tube can also be the cause of a constantly running toilet. Other components within the toilet that can lead to issues include the overflow valve, flapper chain, and handle.
It’s not easy to diagnose the cause of a running toilet, as there are many parts at work when you flush. Luckily, you don’t have to deal with it on your own. If you’re anywhere in Central Florida, you can rely on our team of experts at A Step Above Plumbing Inc. to diagnose the issue causing your toilet to run, as well as perform the repair to prevent it from running in the future. We have experienced and knowledgeable plumbers who have worked on toilets for years. Our company has been serving the local area since 2003.
A running toilet is more than just a bother as it can leak and cause water damage. It’s always best to look into the cause of the situation and get it resolved to prevent future issues and damage. We’ll be happy to provide you with toilet repair at a reasonable cost and will work quickly and efficiently to get the problem fixed right away.
At A Step Above Plumbing Inc., we fix running toilets in Lake Wales, Winter Haven, Riverview, Tampa, Brandon, Fish Hawk, Lakeland, Lithia, and Plant City, Florida and throughout Central Florida, as well as all other areas of Polk County and Hillsborough County.