You need your toilets to work; and you need them to work properly. You also most likely want not just functioning toilets, but water saving features integrated as well. If you have an older toilet in your home or business, an average flush uses about 3.6 gallons of water, and the daily use is about 18.8 gallons per day!
Is your toilet constantly running? We also offer toilet repair when applicable. Installing new parts inside the toilet tank can be a great repair option for water use efficiency and savings.
We offer a variety of replacement toilets to fit your need or situation.
We are your source for toilet repair or replacement in Loveland, Fort Collins, Windsor, Greeley and the entire northern Colorado area.
Tips and Tricks for toilets
Clogged toilet? Here are some tricks to try. If you have tried these and still have a clogged toilet, give us a call and we can help.
- Plunge the toilet. Make sure the plunger is warm. Cold rubber doesn’t form a good seal.
- Make sure you have a good seal and plunge in an up and down motion. The “up” is just as important as the “down” motion to break up a clog.
- Add some hot water and dishwasher detergent. Sometimes the hot water is enough to break up a clog. The dishwasher detergent can also be helpful to break up a clog. Try adding the hot water and detergent and let sit for an hour or two.
- Avoid clogs. Dispose of feminine hygiene products and paper towels appropriately. Teach your children that the toilet is not a swimming pool for their toys. (you can “lol” here).
Anytime you have water backing up into a sink or shower when flushing is a sign of a more serious issue. Call us right away if this is happening.