If your toilet wont stop running, or is random with it’s actions throughout the day, your water bill can really get jacked up. This is an easy problem to identify because it’s a common toilets issue, although there can be many others. We’ve been in the plumbing industry long enough to have seen everything that can possibly happen with toilets.  You can count on your Dallas Plumbing company to fix you up.  We can help you get your toilet back up and running ASAP.  If you’re dealing with this right now then you know exactly how inconvenient and annoying it is.  The issues that we can resolve for you are listed below, and if there is a problem not here then just contact us for a free quote.

  • Low water pressure/no flushing power
  • Running non stop
  • Clogs
  • Leaks
  • Replacements and toilet installation
  • Toilet repair


No flushing power – if your toilet is flushing weakly lately, or it’s just always been weak then you should have it looked at.  This problem will end up causing bad clogs in the long run and you’ll be stuck with needing to have the clog taken care of in a pinch.

Won’t stop flowing – If it runs for a long time after you flush it then you’re literally flushing money down the drain.  Let us come and save you money in the long-term by fixing the problem.  If it is running even just a little bit then it will really add up.

Clogs – if your toilet has clogged you will most likely know about it.  This can cause a ton of problems but by far the most common one is an overflow.  If this happens there will be a big mess in your home and it might end up costing you a lot.  Give us a call as soon as you are aware of this problem and you’ll save money in the long run.

Leaking– If it’s leaking then you need to have it serviced sooner rather than later because it can damage the structure of your home. This is an emergency but we’re sure you already knew that.  If you didn’t know then make sure to give us a call before the toilet falls through the floor!

Replacement – There are a few times that you should just get a new one.  If it’s 10+ years old then you should always get a new one because it’s probably costing you money by being inefficient. Old toilets clog and leak more often then new ones and can end up costing you money if you keep using them.