Things can escalate quickly once your toilet flush refuses to work or you see water dripping down from the tank. Here’s all about the situation and a way to avoid dealing with it just with a phone call to us!
Wee, why shouldn’t you choose us? Our services are top class and at your convenience. Even then, let’s break down the reasons into a few points and understand the same:
Our services are of world-class quality, and you will never regret choosing us to serve you. We are time-bound and value the time of our customers. We have a team of well-trained plumbers who will take care of all your plumbing needs.
Our rates are affordable and lower when compared to the rest of the industry rates. Our rates are worth the services and you will never have to regret even a single penny of it.
Our role and relationship with you is not just limited until the work completes. We also take care of you after the services are completed. Our after services care will make sure that your kitchen and bathroom remain safe from any kind of leakage.
To avail all these services, all you have to do is connect with us online or call us and schedule an appointment! One of our customer service executives will attend to you and learn about your issue. Once all information is given to them by you, we will schedule an appointment with you. On the decided day and time, our plumber will be at your doorstep to make sure that all your Installations and services happen without any problem!
How does a toilet flush work?
A flush works in a quite simple way. The inside of a flush tank consists of the flush handle, a flapper, a float, refill tube, fill valve, etc among other things. When the flush handle is triggered, the flapper is raised and it allows water to pass. After a sufficient amount of time the flapper settles down and the refill tube starts pumping and filling the tank to prepare for the next flush.
What can go wrong?
If you are curious about why your flush system stopped working or what caused your tank to start leaking, then here are some answers. Even one damaged component can make the whole flushing stop but there can be several reasons for a tank leak. The most common reason is the flapper position problem. When the flapper isn’t properly placed on the flapper seat, it causes water to leak into the toilet bowl. But if your tank is leaking from the bottom then the problem is most likely a worn out water spud. A cracked tank is also a possible reason for a leaking tank.
A simple leak can end up flooding the bathroom in minutes but why take the risk? Call our team of skilled experts for the most efficient service for your toilets. You don’t have to worry about any safety or health concerns due to covid as well as any budget issues. We take pride in understanding our customer’s situations and customising our services according to their preferences!