Aurora Plumbing Company Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Toilet Plumbing’

Taming Toilet Troubles: Common Repairs

Monday, February 20th, 2017

You can rely on your bathroom plumbing system for a lot of things. Without it, you wouldn’t be able to effectively take a shower or use the restroom with ease. Modern plumbing has made life incredibly convenient and it’s hard to imagine life without it.

A lot of us take our bathroom plumbing for granted, not thinking about the mechanics behind it or how effectively our plumbing systems supply us with fresh and clean water and dispose of wastewater to our city’s wastewater management company. You probably don’t think about your bathroom plumbing much at all, until of course something goes wrong.taming-toilet-troubles

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Are You in Need of Toilet Repair?

Monday, December 19th, 2016

It’s no secret that your toilets get a lot of use every day. A toilet is one of those bathroom plumbing appliances that most people take for granted. However, all the use your home’s toilets get can very likely lead to repair needs. While some toilet issues are easily resolved, others require a professional touch—one that we provide. Keep reading to learn some of the signs that you’re in need of toilet repair.

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How to Choose a New Toilet for a Home

Monday, February 8th, 2016

Buying a new toilet can help you to save water and reduce your monthly utilities. New toilets use less water per flush because they flush at a higher pressure rather than with a higher volume. And if you were experiencing issues with your older toilet, a professionally-installed, brand new unit will make your life easier.

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Leaks in Your Toilet: When to Repair and When to Replace

Monday, July 20th, 2015

A leaky toilet is a frustrating ordeal. It can be a mess to clean up after, and without any plumbing experience, you may not know what to expect. Will you have to replace your entire toilet? In some instances, this is a yes. But in most cases, replacing or repairing a small part of the toilet can solve the problem.

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