A toilet is just one of those items you can’t seem to live without. So when yours isn’t working properly, it’s not uncommon to feel like you need to replace it right away. With that said, there are certain issues that only require a minor repair, while in other situations it makes more sense to replace the entire thing. So, when it is it time for a new toilet? Find out below!
As we mentioned above, there are lots of minor fixes that can get your toilet back up and running in no time. However, if you find yourself needing frequent repairs, it’s probably more cost-efficient to replace the old one.
Have a toilet that sounds like it’s running constantly or one that tends to refill spontaneously? There could be a crack in the bowl or the tank and this could become a major issue if left unattended. If you notice a crack, no matter how small, it’s a good idea to replace the toilet.
A clogged toilet here and there is normal — after all, they’re only designed to handle so much at once. But if yours tends to clog just about every time you push the lever to flush it, something is wrong. Older toilets have been known to clog frequently and are often experience random stoppages.
At Levine & Sons, all of our technicians are factory and field trained to provide you with the best service possible. They never work on commission so you can be certain they will never attempt to sell you something you don’t need. If you are having a problem with your toilet or would like to install a new one, give us a call today.